Contractors have been cut at OZ Minerals’ Prominent Hill mine.
Thiess has been awarded a $115 million contract for mining at Anglo American’s Dawson coal mine.
CIMIC, the parent company of mining contractors Thiess and Leighton, have announced an on-market share buyback.
Thiess has won a contract extension for work at the Lake Vermont coal mine worth $1.3 billion.
Thiess have been awarded a four year contract extension for work at Energy Resources’ Mongolian Ukhaa Khudag coal mine.
Thiess has been awarded a $760 million contract to operate Glencore’s Mt Owen coal mine.
Approximately 100 contractor jobs are set to be cut from Wesfarmers’ Curragh coal mine.
BHP Nickel West has awarded Thiess the contract for its Rocky’s Reward operation.
Around 50 labour hire workers have been cut by contractor Thiess at the Curragh coal mine.
Thiess has won its first contract in the Americas, securing a services agreement for work at the Encuentro Oxides mine in Chile.
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Hunter Valley miners face another round of job cuts, this time 70 to go from the Mount Owen Coal Mine.
The head of Thiess, Bruce Munro, is wanted by Indian authorities over claims of dodgy coal dealings in the nation.
Speculation is mounting that Leighton Holdings has plans to sell Thiess.
Jellinbah Resources has awarded Thiess the $250 million mining contract for its Jellinbah East coal mine.
Two former Thiess supervisors who were sacked in May have taken their case for unfair dismissal to the Fair Work Commission.
Peabody Energy’s Burton coking coal mine is soon to lose 100 workers, who were alerted to their redundancy by text message on Thursday night: An “error in judgement”, according to Thiess.
Peabody Energy is cutting production levels at the Burton coal mine, with the contractor workforce to be pared back by up to 75%.
Thiess and Sedgman’s joint venture has won the design and construction contract for Fortescue’s Solomon mine’s processing plant.
Leighton Holdings has named the managing directors who will oversee its four new operating divisions in a sign the company is moving quickly to implement its restructure.