Partnership helping to achieve project expansion

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 30 Apr 2012   Posted by admin


AFTER securing a mining contract with Atlas Iron’s Wodgina iron ore project in 2010, BGC Contracting has now been working on the project for more than two years.
As Atlas builds up production at Wodgina to 6 million tonnes per annum, BGC Contracting is proud to be a part of the project’s development. “BGC Contracting realises that this is just a step in the Atlas growth
strategy and we look forward to continuing our growth to meet this goal,” executive general manager mining Martin Spibey said. “There are always challenges on a mining project but we will continue,
together with Atlas, to find timely solutions.”
Atlas’s planned increase in production has seen the BGC Contracting fleet grow to three 120t excavators, 15 100t dump trucks and five top hammer drill rigs, plus an associated support fleet.
BGC Contracting is part of BGC (Australia), a privately-owned and diversified Australian industrial group. The BGC Group is one of Australia’s largest privately-owned companies, employing more than 4000
people. BGC Contracting’s two operational business units deliver a wide range of mining and construction servicesacross the resources, government infrastructure, building and manufacturing sectors. With offices in Perth and Brisbane, and depots in key regional areas, the company has extensive experience on major mining and civil construction projects across the country.
BGC Contracting’s vision is to be a recognised leader in civil and mining contracting by delivering quality projects safely, on time and within budget. The company’s project teams are backed by an experienced corporate management team, an integrated and innovative contract management system, and a strong commitment to safety and the environment. The company actively promotes the development and safety of its greatest resource – its people.


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