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Ngarda Civil and Mining Joint Venture

Category: Organisation
Date: 1 July 2001
Place:Port Hedland
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Ngarda Civil and Mining Pty Ltd
  • NCM
  • Subject Matter: | Employment and Training | Mining and Minerals
    Summary Information:
    Ngarda Civil and Mining (NCM) was established in 2001 out of a joint venture between the Henry Walker Eltin Group, Ngarda Ngarli Yarndu Foundation, and Indigenous Business Australia.
    NCM specialises in providing contract labour and equipment hire to mining and construction industries.
    Detailed Information:
    NCM is based in Port Hedland, and its Board consists of six members, two from each partner.
    NCM provides employment opportunities that suit people with a variety of needs. Current and potential projects include:
    - A contract to maintain houses around Port Hedland;
    - Possibility of ore handling at the port;
    - Development (and possible operation) of Austco camp for an oil and gas construction company at Karratha, and
    - Mine site maintenance work.
    Local Indigenous people are predominantly employed. While some are skilled workers, others are able to join and become more skilled.

    Related Entries

  • Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA) on Indigenous Employment in Port Hedland - Signatory
  • Organisation
  • Henry Walker Eltin - Partner
  • Ngarda Ngarli Yarndu Foundation - Partner
  • Indigenous Business Australia - Partner

  • Glossary

    Joint Venture Agreement

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