A civil engineering company has won the tender for a coal mine in Central Queensland’s Bowen Basin region.
A subsidiary of NRW Holdings recently secured the civil works contract for BHP Mitsubishi Alliance’s (BMA’s) Blackwater Coal Mine at Stewarton, 214km west of Rockhampton.
Subsidiary Golding Contractors is tasked with performing 1.2 million cubic metres of earthworks, delivering civil infrastructure to relocate a communication mast, 4km of high density poly ethylene pipeline, 21km of high voltage power lines, 22km of fibre optic cable and other critical mine infrastructure.
The contractor will also build access roads for heavy vehicles, flood protection levees for the new and existing mining pits, and also a drainage structure to remove water flows from the proposed mining area into an existing creek system.
QMEB can reveal the deal is worth $35 million.
Golding is hiring multiple permanent and full-time civil site and project engineers to work a 10 day on, four day off roster. Camp accommodation and meals will be provided.
Applicants need to have tertiary qualifications in civil engineering or a related field, experience in managing work to budgets, strong communication skills (verbal, written and interpersonal), safe work practices, and high level computer skills.
Click here to apply: golding.com.au/careers/current-vacancies
Work is expected to end in January 2021.