Swift Media has secured three contract awards with a combined value of more than $2 million, two of which were won with Roy Hill and Mineral Resources.
Fleetwood Australia has received a contract extension from Rio Tinto at Karratha in Western Australia for a further one year period.
Curtin University, in collaboration with the WA Government, has opened a newly refurbished student accommodation facility in Kalgoorlie to bring more mining students to the region.
Sodexo has been awarded a ten year, $2.5 billion contract to provide facilities management services to Rio Tinto’s Pilbara operations.
A survey of resource industry and mining FIFO workers in Queensland has showed high levels of satisfaction with workplace accommodation and transport arrangements.
An Environmental Impact Statement has been submitted for a new $6.7 billion coal mine in Queensland’s Galilee Basin.
Fortescue Metals Group has shut one of two accommodation villages at Christmas Creek mine in a bid to cut costs.
How floatels are helping resources companies solve the demand for beds, and the technology helping to protect these floatels.
Around 1200 more workers could be brought to work on Barrow Island, thanks to a new accommodation facility that has been dubbed the ‘floatel’.
Hundreds of workers were forced to evacuate a Queensland mining camp after part of the facility caught on fire.
A 37 year-old man has been found dead in his room at the Gateway Village in South Hedland.
Brookfield Multiplex has completed the $200 million accommodation village at Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine in the Pilbara, paving the way for more than 2000 workers to move onto the site.
Nomad Building Solutions has placed its Queensland mining village business into care and maintenance as the company moves to cut costs.
Gladstone Regional Council has received an application to erect a 516-room workers’ camp.
The previous boss of Toll Holdings will finance new mining camps, led by Melbourne’s investment company Lyons Capital.
The Hunter region’s rental situation could ease and become cheaper as the mining slump increases vacancy rates.
The slowing mining industry is being blamed for a falling demand in short-term accommodation in Queensland with some areas seeing a 19.4% revenue fall.
As the pressure to find accommodation in the Pilbara increases, resource companies have resorted to housing workers on boats.
Mac Services Group has decided to appeal the decision to reject Gulgong miners’ camp in the Land and Environment Court.
A $16 million riverside apartment complex catering exclusively to FIFO miners has been proposed for Perth.