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Hiring begins at $21B mine with opportunities every week

Adani Carmichael Coal Project workers
Brenden Dousling, Allan Skillings, Ted Pham, Greg Bennett, Ally Foley and Mick Heap at Adani Australia's Carmichael Coal Project.

A foreign proponent is hiring contractors and suppliers for its $21 billion coal mine in Central Queensland’s Galilee Basin.

Adani Australia is inviting expressions of interest (EOI) for different work packages at its Carmichael Coal Project, 160km northwest of Clermont.

Businesses that are interested in supplying services for the project can log onto Adani’s online supplier portal each week to express interest.

“Every Thursday, expressions of interest (EOI) will be invited for separate packages of work, and the EOI remains online for a limited period,” Adani said on Facebook.

Opportunities posted each Thursday

QMEB can reveal the following opportunities are available:

  • reinforced concrete pipes and box culverts
  • road freight services
  • Queensland Transport and Main Roads (TMR) approved audio tactile line marking
  • TMR approved traffic signs
  • printing and related design services.

Click here to register and express interest: adanisupplierportal.com.au

“It’s free to register and only takes a couple of minutes to get setup,” Adani said. “By registering, you’ll automatically receive an email to alert you of opportunities that are relevant to your industry as they are arise.”

Contractors start hiring

QMEB can also reveal Bennett Contracting and Plant Hire is handling some of the earthworks and various rail alignments.

Meales Group is handling the early construction work and currently looking for concrete pump operators and linehands. Click here to apply: meales.com.au/employment.html

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Construction has already started with about 60 workers confirmed to be surveying, clearing for access onto the mine site, fencing, performing geotechnical and water management duties.

“All activities are being conducted safely and in line with environmental approvals,” Adani said.

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