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1 Nov 2021 – Diversity Award

Amaroo Mining and Civil Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that its partner, Holcim Australia, won the 2021 CCAA Western Australia Diversity & Inclusion Award.

The award was a recognition of the indigenous partnership for concrete delivery formed with Amaroo in 2019 for the production and delivery of concrete on the West Angelas Iron Ore Mine Expansion Project. 

The judges commented that “there was significant across company effort in partnering with a diverse business so they are sustainable in the longer term, especially important in the regions of WA.”

Amaroo looks forward to continuing to work with Holcim in the future.

10 Feb 2021 – Newman Health Campus

Today we commenced carrying out minor civil works as part of the redevelopment of Newman Health Campus.
As part of our commitment to Indigenous employment, all three employees on site today are Indigenous.

4 Dec 2020 – New Staff

This week we welcomed two new Indigenous employees Brett and Rodney who will be machine operator drivers working at Koodaideri site in the Pilbara.

Welcome to the team!

13 Nov 2020 – Indigenous concrete partnerships leading the way in the Pilbara

Amaroo Mining and Civil and Holcim Australia are proud to join together during NAIDOC week 2020 to celebrate the rich history, culture and achievements of our Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders, and to acknowledge the success of their partnership together.  

Amaroo, a Supply Nation certified company, is a majority owned Indigenous business with a special love of country as reflected in the meaning of “Amaroo” – “a beautiful place”.  Amaroo is also the premier Indigenous concrete company in the north west of Western Australia. In addition to its first-class production of concrete, Amaroo also provides a range of equipment, personnel and transport services.

Holcim has been partnering with Amaroo since 2019 to provide mobile plant and fleet supply options on a number of remote mining projects in Western Australia. In September this year, Holcim and Amaroo completed their first major contract of works together which was worth in excess of $1.5 million.

Holcim General Manager Rebecca Reeves said that following the success of their initial project, Holcim was eager to engage again with Amaroo in the provision of major concrete services for Western Australian projects. 

“We are incredibly proud of the working partnership we have built with Amaroo in providing key assets and personnel,” said Rebecca.

“Given the year we have had, celebrating NAIDOC Week and showcasing our partnership with Amaroo and other Indigenous organisations is very important to Holcim as we come together and look forward to a new year.”

Amaroo’s Indigenous Chief Executive Clint Ross said Amaroo’s motivation is “respecting the past, enriching the future”.

“The wording of the motivation reflects the special importance to Amaroo of the Indigenous people’s continuing connection to land; it’s what drives us every day,” Mr Ross said.

“We need to respect that long history while we contribute to the ongoing prosperity of Australia by assisting the mining, civil and construction industries.

“NAIDOC week is a great opportunity to reflect and to acknowledge the original custodians of the land, for whom Australia has always been home. Always Was, Always Will Be.”

The partnership with Amaroo is another way Holcim supports its Indigenous Engagement Strategy and Social Procurement Policy.

18 Sep 2020 – Iron Bridge

AMC has partnered with Holcim to provide equipment and personnel on the Fortescue Metals Group Iron Bridge magnetite project.

13 Jul 2020 – Partnership

During the last 10 months Amaroo MC has partnered with Holcim for the concrete supply and delivery on the West Angelas iron ore mine expansion project. With Holcim’s support we acquired and commissioned our new state of the art mobile batch plant and completed the onboarding and set up processes.  In total, the partnership saw Amaroo MC manage one mobile batch plant, three concrete agitator trucks and numerous employees on the project site.  Read more here.

24 Mar 2020 – COVID-19

The health and wellbeing of our staff is our highest priority. To that end we are continuously monitoring the COVID-19 situation including announcements from the Government and our head contractors to ensure AMC is fully compliant with all requirements.

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