De­liv­er­ing on projects across Aus­tralia

The Australian Mining Review - - KIRKLAND LAKE GOLD -

OVER the course of its 105 year his­tory, shotcrete and con­crete spe­cial­ist Maw­sons has grown to be an in­dus­try leader in con­crete and quarry prod­uct sup­ply in re­gional Vic­to­ria and South­ern NSW.

In ad­di­tion to its fixed plant op­er­a­tions, Maw­sons has great ex­per­tise in mo­bile con­crete and quar­ry­ing with au­tonomous teams work­ing on var­i­ous projects.

Maw­sons has more than 10 quar­ry­ing sites, 38 con­crete plants, mo­bile hire equip­ment and a fleet of var­i­ous con­crete, ce­ment and quar­ry­ing de­liv­ery ve­hi­cles.

These dy­namic, spe­cial­ist teams can be ap­plied to ei­ther small or large projects.

Pre­vi­ous projects Maw­sons has been in­volved in in­clude the Vic­to­rian De­sali­na­tion Plant, Calder High­way du­pli­ca­tion, Hume High­way du­pli­ca­tion at Tar­cutta, the North South Pipe­line and the North­ern Ex­press­way in Ade­laide.

Maw­sons is cur­rently en­gaged in con­crete and quarry sup­ply to the Sil­ver­ton wind farm near Bro­ken Hill.

This project is be­ing run with both Maw­sons’ con­crete and quarry mo­bile teams.

It is a great ex­am­ple of the com­pany’s abil­ity to bring to­gether var­i­ous parts of the or­gan­i­sa­tion to pack­age up a to­tal turnkey ap­proach to de­liv­er­ing on de­mand­ing projects.

With in­creas­ing de­mand for high-qual­ity ser­vices and prod­ucts from the min­ing and con­struc­tion in­dus­tries, Maw­sons is well placed to con­tinue to pro­duce creative so­lu­tions for its cus­tomers.

This in­cludes shotcrete for the min­ing in­dus­try, which Maw­sons cur­rently sup­ply to the Foster­ville gold mine and Bro­ken Hill’s RASP mine.

Be­ing a re­gion­ally-based or­gan­i­sa­tion, Maw­sons is a strong sup­porter of lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties; and con­tin­ues to proudly spon­sor numer­ous lo­cal events in­clud­ing the Vic­to­rian Mine Res­cue Com­pe­ti­tion – Rope Res­cue Ex­er­cise.

With a high pri­or­ity given to em­ployee well­be­ing, Maw­sons also spon­sored the IQA In­sti­tute of Quar­ry­ing - Men­tal Health Aware­ness train­ing in Bendigo.

The com­pany con­tin­ues to ex­pand its net­work and im­prove per­for­mance to con­trib­ute to a pros­per­ous and sus­tain­able fu­ture for the com­mu­ni­ties which it serves.

Foster­ville man­ager Lee Yowarth pre­sent­ing the win­ners of the Rope Res­cue com­pe­ti­tion at the Vic­to­ria Mine Res­cue Com­pe­ti­tion.

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