FMG Pilbara Housing Projects
With the highly successful completion of the FMG Housing project, totalling over $10 million, our client at FMG have expressed their immense satisfaction with Mitie Construction and our contractors; focusing on the integration of local aboriginal workers and contractors within the project.Click on the link below to read their media release and see for yourself why Mitie Construction are a leading force in the construction industry.
Binbirri Contracting was founded in 2010 and owned and run by local indigenous people from the area. The company is a wholly owned Indigenous company that provides safe and efficient services and skilled operators in earthmoving and the civil and mining industries. Over the years, Binbirri Contracting have cemented themselves as a trusted and reliable name within the Port Hedland and the broader Pilbara regions.
Both owners have over 20 years’ experience in the earthmoving industry and the team are born and bred locals giving them the utmost knowledge of the region. Manager Edward Dhu from Binbirri Contracting said the company had a bright future ahead.
Bloodwood Tree Association
Bloodwood Tree Association (BTA) is an Incorporated Aboriginal organisation based in South Hedland, Western Australia, providing training and support services to the
As part of Mitie’s work with the Bloodwood Tree Association, they have recently taken on a full time indigenous apprentice in South Hedland. Mitie is committed to creating strong bonds with the local communities they work in, through training, alliances and partnerships.
Koodaideri Pty Ltd
A 100% Aboriginal owned and operated business run by members of the Banjyma Language Group in the central Pilbara region. Their team have over 100 years combined experience in the construction and mining industries, including expertise in supervision, skilled trades, mining and rail operations.
Koodaideri has a solid foundation, built on the Todd family, who have been mining in the Pilbara for three generations, beginning at Wittenoom in the 1950’s.