BHP has turned to engineering and mining services giant CIMIC for debottlenecking works while Decmil will build a new community centre.
Shares in Decmil ticked higher after the Osborne Park-based company reported two new contracts worth $27.8 million.
Shares in Aquirian continued their solid run on Tuesday after the mining services company revealed successful trials of its Collar Keeper drilling technology.
The worker died of head injuries at worksite near Leonora after being hit by machinery that WorkSafe says was unsafe to use.
Perenti has netted $75.7 million from the sale of its minerals analysis business and premises in Canning Vale to ALS for $75.7 million.
MACA has lifted its work in hand to $3 billion after winning a 12-month, $70m mining contract with Roy Hill in the Pilbara.
Perenti Global’s Barminco has teamed up with mine safety company Newtrax to roll-out technology across its Sandvik heavy underground mining fleet aimed at improving safety.
The business development arm of the PKKP Aboriginal Corporation is chasing employment opportunities beyond mining for Indigenous communities under the guidance of an all-women board.
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Failed builder Pindan’s Singaporean parent has pushed through a $14.3 million deal that will return less than 1¢ in the dollar to creditors owed $50m.
A Supreme Court judge has cried foul about ‘trial by avalanche’ and an ‘extravagant approach’ while handing down a 1293-page ruling in a contract dispute between Karara and DM Drainage and Constructions.
The close working relationship between mining billionaires Gina Rinehart and Chris Ellison has again been highlighted after Roy Hill extended a contract with the crushing division of Mineral Resources.
The corporate watchdog has banned controversial asbestos removal contractor David Michael Scofield from being a company director for five years after finding he tried to phoenix his failed operations.
Nearly 40 per cent of voting shareholders have again knocked back NRW’s remuneration report, delivering a second ‘strike’.
Monadelphous managing director Rob Velletri expects skilled labour shortages to continue plaguing the mining contractor for some time even when the hard border comes down.
Under a revised multi-million-dollar offer proposed by Oxley, all of the workers in nine Pindan businesses put into liquidation when the group collapsed would now also receive their full entitlements.
Long-suffering Brierty creditors set for a boost as liquidators from KPMG keep chasing PricewaterhouseCoopers over alleged preference payments
Dodgy builders have been put on notice, with new legislation to stop them from tendering for government jobs if they do not pay workers, among other unlawful practices.
SRG Global has won seven term contracts worth $110 million across Australia and New Zealand including contracts with Roy Hill and Rio Tinto.
Avid Resources, renamed last month as AVRWA, bought the failed RCR Tomlinson’s resources, water and power businesses nearly three years ago.
Technology developed by a small Midvale-based private drilling company has jumped onto the radar of mining services giant Orica.
Administrators recommend liquidation for Pindan Contracting business, paving way for legal action against the builder’s parent, Oxley Holdings.
The civil engineering group’s profit from the float of the asset maintenance subsidiary nearly doubled annual profit to $41.6 million.
Oxley Holdings “aggrieved” by Pindan’s descent into administration, says $7.5m cash injection will see nearly half of small creditors paid in full.
Cornerstone investors have grabbed up to 80 per cent of the offer, with the balance to be offered to retail investors in the next few days.
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