REMA TIP TOP has struck an agreement with Drew Project Services (DPS) to extend its existing range of materials processing, wear protection and surface protection capabilities.
BGC Group has appointed Daniel Cooper as its next chief executive officer.
BGC is exploring options for the sale of the group’s national contract mining, maintenance and civil construction business, BGC Contracting.
BHP has awarded its latest contract for the South Flank iron ore project in the Pilbara, Western Australia to Clough.
Scania Australia has unveiled the latest XT mining and construction truck range at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne today.
OZ Minerals is on the verge of starting a number of key activities at the Carrapateena copper-gold project in South Australia as it progresses the development.
Mining companies have, for the first time, got on board with the annual MATES In Construction ‘Fly the Flag Day’ public awareness campaign to help prevent suicide.
Talison Lithium has awarded a $23.5 million contract to Kerman Contracting to construct a new bulk storage facility at Port of Bunbury in Western Australia.
BGC Contracting will strengthen its focus on winning new coal contracts on the east coast of Australia in the coming weeks.
Komatsu has launched an unprecedented 25 new machines, including excavators, loaders, trucks and graders, at an event in the Hunter Valley.
Monadelphous has secured maintenance and construction contracts in the resources and infrastructure industries worth a combined value of around $110 million.
When the lifeblood of a mine is a potentially hazardous network of unsealed haul roads, how do you provide a safe working environment to maintain an efficient operation?
Komatsu has launched a project management technology it says will add significant benefits to the construction phase of mining.
Metro Mining’s Bauxite Hills mine is on track for production after construction activities commenced at the site.
SEW Eurodrive has begun construction on its new Heavy Industrial Solutions Service centre in Mackay.
A new study that developed evidence based scenarios for 2036, depicts how automation and manufacturing could grow in the construction sector, creating more knowledge intensive jobs as a result.
As we wade into reporting season, we examine how a number of industries are faring, today the spotlight falls on the mining construction sector
Australia has been named as one of the key areas that will bear the brunt of 6000-7000 job losses from Chevron, as its two large liquefied natural gas projects move into the late phases of construction
A worker at Roy Hill has escaped serious injury after falling through a catwalk.
Construction workers on Curtis Island LNG projects may face tax audits after concerns were raised about incorrect claims on tax returns.