Delivering on projects across Australia
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.