About BGC Contracting With a track record spanning 40 years, an annual turnover in excess of $1 billion and employing more than 2,500 staff and contractors nationwide, BGC Contracting is a leading player in the provision of mining, civil construction and maintenance services across the Australian resources sector.

BGC Contracting is part of BGC Australia Pty Ltd, a diverse construction, manufacturing and contracting organisation with vast scale, an impressive depth of knowledge and robust financial backing. BGC Contracting’s two operational business units, Mining and Civil, deliver a wide range of mining , construction and maintenance services across the mining, oil & gas and public infrastructure sectors. With offices in Perth, Brisbane and Whyalla and branches in key regional areas, the company has extensive experience on major mining and civil construction projects across Australia. Our Vision is to be the leader in mining and civil solutions that delivers successful projects for our clients. We measure this against our ability to deliver quality projects safely, on time and within budget. Our project teams are backed by an experienced corporate management team, an integrated and innovative contract management system and a strong commitment to safety and the environment.


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With offices in Perth, Brisbane and Whyalla and Branches in key regional areas, BGC Contracting is a national player with extensive experience on major mining and civil construction projects nationwide.



Western Australia Perth

1. Arrium Ltd South Middleback Ranges

Queensland Brisbane

2. Arrium Ltd Iron Knob Project

South Australia Whyalla

3. Cliffs Natural Resources Koolyanobbing Mining Services 4. Atlas Iron Mt Webber Iron Ore Project





CIVIL PROJECTS 5. FMG Cloudbreak & Christmas Creek Civil Works 6. Water Corporation Denham Tanks 7. Woodside Civil construction & Maintenance Services 8. Samsung C&T Roy Hill Package 3 - Port

REGIONAL BRANCHES 9. Karratha Branch 10. Port Hedland Branch


Contract Mining



Our diverse range of mining services include:

Iron ore

Mine preparation: project management pre-strip infrastructure and site establishment

Cliffs Natural Resources

Open pit mining: drill and blast excavation

load and haul

Haulage: on-road and off-road

BGC Contracting is one of Australia’s major open pit mining contractors. Our mining team has extensive experience in iron ore, coal, gold and a diverse range of other minerals.

Processing and product handling: train loading crushing and screening Post-mine: mine closure


BGC Contracting’s long standing relationship commenced with Cliffs Natural Resources in February 2004 as haulage contractor for their Koolyanobbing project located in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. In 2007 BGC went on to secure the mining contract which was again renewed in 2015 for a further 7 years. This is scheduled for completion in December 2022 with the contract value in the region of $2.5 billion. The scope of works is to provide Cliffs Natural Resources the full range of mining services for the operation including drilling, blasting, loading, hauling, dumping, crushing, screening and train load-out of approximately 26 million bcm

of ore and waste per annum from mines within the Koolyanobbing, Windarling and Mount Jackson regions in WA. Ore is hauled utilising road trains from Windarling and Mount Jackson to Koolyanobbing where it is crushed, screened and loaded on to trains at a rate of approximately 11 million tonnes a year. Atlas Iron Another of BGC Contracting’s long standing relationships is with Altas Iron. BGC has completed drilling, blasting and mining contracts at Atlas’ Wodgina iron ore project near Port Hedland. BGC’s relationship with Atlas has been a mutually beneficial one as it has seen the two companies significantly grow their businesses together over the years. Testament to the strength of BGC’s existing relationship with Atlas, BGC was also awarded their second major greenfield mining project with Atlas at Mt. Webber. The scope of work consists of development work, mining, and crushing and screening operations at Atlas’ Mt Webber mine located near Marble Bar in the Pilbara region. The project value is in the order of $300 million with mining production to be 6mtpa over a period of 5 years. Process Minerals International Not far from Mt Webber is another BGC Contracting project recently completed in the Pilbara Region. The Spinifex Ridge iron ore project which is also located near Marble Bar. The project required conventional open pit mining techniques including pre-stripping topsoil, ramp construction, equipment maintenance, drilling, blasting and load and haul of direct shipping iron ore to the run of mine (ROM) and waste to the dump. BGC’s involvement in Spinifex Ridge has developed from its initial project scope right through to life of mine completion. What also makes this project unique in nature is that it was managed by BGC over the entire project life cycle via two different mine owners, having originally been owned by Moly Mines, followed by eventual ownership by Process Minerals International.



Contract Mining Arrium


In South Australia, BGC Contracting has been mining iron ore for Arrium Limited at the South Middleback Ranges (SMR) operation under a 5-year contract producing both magnetite and hematite. The scope of work includes drilling, blasting, extraction, haulage, crusher feed and train loading.

BGC Contracting performed the drilling, blasting and mining at the Plutonic and Lawlers operations in the Murchison region of WA for former owner Barrick Gold. BGC was also awarded the mining, drill and blast contract for Newmont Mining at its Jundee project in the Yandal Goldfields of WA and the mining pre-strip, drilling and blasting contract for BGM Management at the Boddington Gold project in WA’s South-West.

The successful relationship at SMR led Arrium to award BGC another contract in SA in early 2014, this time to reopen and conduct mining at the historic Iron Knob iron ore mine near Whyalla, scheduled for completion in October 2017. The Iron Knob operations will consist of the Princess Pits (east and west) and the historical Monarch Pit, which started operating in the late 1800’s and which is widely accepted to be the origin of iron ore mining in Australia. Mt. Gibson BGC Contracting performed the mining (59 million bcm), drilling, blasting and services for Mt Gibson Iron at its Koolan Island project, off WA’s Kimberley coast. BHP Billiton For BHP Billiton, BGC Contracting completed the mining, crushing and train loading at the Jimblebar project and mining pre-strip at the Orebody 18 project.


MINING CLIENTS Cuddingwarra, Western Australia

Process Minerals International Pty Ltd

South Australia

Spinifex Ridge, Western Australia

Wodgina, Western Australia Mt. Webber, Western Australia Barrick Gold of Australia Ltd Lawlers, Western Australia Plutonic, Western Australia BGM Management Pty Ltd (Newmont Australia Ltd / Anglo Gold Ashanti Ltd) Boddington, Western Australia BHP Billiton Iron Ore Pty Ltd Jimblebar, Western Australia Orebody 18, Western Australia BHP Billiton Nickel West Pty Ltd Rocky’s Reward, Western Australia Bulong Nickel Operations Ltd


Bulong, Western Australia


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Excavators 29 Dump Trucks 79 On-Highway Trucks 95 Wheel Loaders 47 Dozers 21 Graders 14 Drill Rigs 22

Excavators 15 Dump Trucks 49 On-Highway Trucks 14 Wheel Loaders 16 Dozers 7 Graders 7 Drill Rigs 15

Mt Magnet, Western Australia

South Middleback Ranges,

Atlas Iron Ltd


BGC Contracting has a long history at the Wodgina Tantalum operation in the Pilbara, having performed multiple mining contracts for Global Advanced Metals and Talison Minerals.

Drayton Coal Mine, Western Australia

Iron Knob, South Australia

At BHP Billiton’s Nickel West Rocky’s Reward project near Leinster, BGC Contracting carried out the drilling, blasting and mining. BGC also performed the mining at Bulong Nickel Operation’s Bulong project (near Kalgoorlie) and also at Harmony and 11 Mile Well for WMC Resources (at Leinster).


Harmony Gold Mining Ltd

Arrium Mining Ltd


BGC Contracting performed the removal of overburden at Rio Tinto Coal’s Hail Creek mine, near Mackay in Queensland.

Anglo American Australia Pty Ltd

Cliffs Natural Resources Ltd Koolyanobbing, Western Australia Gindalbie Metals Ltd Minjar, Western Australia Global Advanced Metals Ltd

Mt Gibson Iron Ltd Koolan Island, Western Australia Newcrest Mining Ltd Ora Banda, Western Australia Newmont Gold Ltd Jundee, Western Australia Resolute Ltd Bullabulling, Western Australia Chalice, Western Australia Higginsville, Western Australia Mary Mia, Western Australia Rio Tinto Coal Australia Pty Ltd Hail Creek, Queensland Siberia Mining Corporation Ltd Siberia, Western Australia Sons of Gwalia Ltd Wodgina, Western Australia Straits Resources Ltd Nifty, Western Australia WMC Resources Ltd Harmony, Western Australia 11 Mile Well, Western Australia St Ives, Western Australia

Wodgina, Western Australia


Civil Construction

Our multi-skilled civil engineering team has the experience and track record to ensure your civil construction project is delivered safely, efficiently and profitably.



The Civil business unit is one of two major business units within BGC Contracting, providing a range of services:

Oil and gas

Preparatory works: site clearing and preparation Infrastructure: bulk earthworks major concrete works rail construction road construction road network maintenance dams pipelines bridge construction and maintenance Crushing: supply of quarried material General civil services: civil services through established regional Branches Supply and installation of accommodation and site buildings: camps modular buildings associated facilities

BGC Contracting has extensive experience providing civil works for the construction of LNG plants and associated infrastructure. BGC was involved with a range of contracts for Woodside Energy on behalf of the North West Shelf Venture in WA, including major concrete, site preparation works and civil works on the Train 4 and Phase V(5) expansion projects. BGC completed more than 54,000m3 of concrete works as part of these packages. BGC provided civil construction services on Woodside Energy’s wholly owned Pluto LNG project, a liquefaction facility with forecast annual production of 4.3 million tonnes a year, located on the Burrup Peninsula in WA. Services included site preparation, drilling, blasting and excavation of rock (638,000m3), reinforced concrete foundations (20,000m3), reinforced concrete pavements

(32,000m2), earthworks (250,000m3), underground electrical and instrumentation cable installation, plus a subcontract for concrete work (23,000m3) for the LNG storage tanks. BGC was awarded the access road, site preparation and civil works packages at BHP Billiton Petroleum’s Macedon project, a domestic gas plant in WA’s Pilbara. In Queensland, BGC was awarded a bulk earthworks package on the Tank Hill project for the APLNG project. Government infrastructure BGC Contracting has been involved in various construction and maintenance projects for Main Roads WA, including: Term Network Contracts in the Kimberley and Pilbara/Gascoyne regions, maintaining more than 6,400km of roads and the Northam Bypass project which included the design and construction of 10 bridges and 15km of roadworks. BGC also completed the design and construction of three bridges and 25km of road realignment over a 200km distance of the Great Northern Highway between Halls Creek and Kununurra. The project was delivered through an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) process. Rail infrastructure BGC Contracting was awarded earthworks and culvert installation on the rail project linking the Cloud Break mine to the Fortescue Metals Group’s port facilities at Port Hedland. The project comprised three contractors completing the embankment construction for the 260km railway line. As part of an integrated Joint Venture, BGC has delivered an ECI procurement strategy to Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd and key stakeholders, in order to develop a suitable design and price for the construction of a 340km railway from the Roy Hill iron ore mine, to port facilities at Port Hedland. The scope included the formation of earthworks, bridges, culverts, rail mainline and marshalling yards. In Queensland, BGC constructed a rail loop including all earthworks and culverts for QCoal on the Sonoma Coal project. BGC also completed a rail loop for the Millennium Coal project for Millennium Coal Pty Ltd.



Civil Construction Mining infrastructure In Western Australia, BGC Contracting completed extensive civil and concrete works for MCC Mining (WA) for giant autogenous grinding mills, overland conveyors, pipe rack footings and an underground stockpile tunnel on the Sino Iron project in WA. The works comprised more than 100,000m3 of structural concrete. BGC was also engaged on the Sino Iron project by owner CITIC Pacific Mining to carry out earthworks, drill and blast, civil works and concrete for the desalination plant and crusher slots. In 2012, BGC was awarded the Aerodrome and Mine Site Internal Roads contract for the Roy Hill Project, a major Pilbara iron ore mining development which is majority-owned by WA’s Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd.. The contract involved the construction of the aerodrome, the airport, village and mine site roads internal roads with an estimated contract value of $120 million. In 2014 after having successfully delivered this contract, BGC was subsequently awarded another significant scope of infrastructure works by lead contractor Samsung C&T to complete the Roy Hill Package 3. The scope for this project consists of all earthworks, civil works and general infrastructure necessary to develop the landside facilities at the Roy Hill Port. Works include construction of car dumpers, screen buildings, stock yard facilities, rail loop and the rail terminal yard. The project is located in Port Hedland and has a contract value in excess of $420 million. In Queensland, BGC has completed various mining infrastructure works, such as earthworks and dam construction for Millennium Coal at its Millennium Coal project, and construction of mine infrastructure for QCoal at its Sonoma Coal project. BGC has also performed clearing and top-soil stripping, on-site civil works, overland conveyor civil works, dam construction and roadworks for Rio Tinto Coal at its Hail Creek, Clermont and Kestrel Coal projects.


Industrial infrastructure

Quarry material supply

BGC Contracting successfully completed earthworks, roadworks, underground piping, building construction and concrete works at the Kemerton Power Station project in WA. The company undertook various contracts for concrete, earthworks, site preparation, tank foundations and installation of in-ground pipework on Burrup Fertilisers’ ammonia plant project in WA.

BGC Contracting has completed various contracts for material supply, including supplying and delivering ballast material to Fortescue Metals Group, for its railway project in WA, and supplying ballast material to BHP Billiton for its RGP5 project in WA.

In Queensland, BGC completed earthworks (200,000m3), civil works, roadworks and concrete works (10,000m3) to develop the Dyno Nobel Incitec Pivot Ltd Ammonium Nitrate Plant at Moranbah.

In early 2014, BGC was awarded a contract to supply 1 million tonnes of ballast material for the construction of the 340km Roy Hill rail line. This would prove to be significant as it is the 3rd large package of works awarded to BGC for the further development of the Roy Hill project.

CIVIL CLIENTS Anglo American Australia Pty Ltd German Creek Project, Queensland Moura Project, Queensland Grosvenor Project, Queensland BHP Billiton Pty Ltd Macedon Project, Western Australia RGP5 Project, Western Australia BMA (BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance) Coal Operations Pty Ltd Goonyella Riverside Mine, Queensland South Walker Creek Coal Mine, Queensland Gregory Coal Mine, Queensland Blackwater CHPP, Queensland Burrup Fertilisers Pty Ltd Burrup Fertilisers Project, Western Australia CB&I Pty Ltd Pluto LNG Project, Western Australia CITIC Pacific Mining Pty Ltd Sino Iron Project, Cape Preston, Western Australia Dyno Nobel Ltd Project Aurora, Queensland Fortescue Metals Group Ltd TPI Rail Project, Western Australia Cloudbreak & Christmas Creek Mines, Western Australia Main Roads WA Great Northern Highway Project. WA Term Maintenance Contracts (Kimberly, Pilbara & Gascoyne Regions) WA Term Asset Contracts, WA

Mt. Magnet Sandstone Road Project, Western Australia MCC Mining (WA) Pty Ltd Sino Iron Project, Western Australia Peabody Pacific Pty Ltd Millenium Coal Project, Queensland QCoal Pty Ltd Sonoma Coal Project, Queensland Jax Coal Mine, Queensland Rio Tinto Pty Ltd 8 Mile Yard, Western Australia Alcan Gove Refinery, Northern Territory Hail Creek Project, Queensland Kestrel Coal Project, Queensland Clermont Coal Project, Queensland Blair Athol Project, Western Australia Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd Roy Hill Iron Ore Project, Western Australia Samsung C&T Roy Hill Iron Ore Project, Western Australia Siemens Ltd Kemerton Power Station Project, Western Australia Water Corporation Denham Tanks, Western Australia WMC Resources St Ives Project, Western Australia Woodside Energy Ltd Pluto LNG Project, Western Australia


How we manage our business


The BMS encompasses the requirements for management of: Occupational health and safety issues Quality assurance

INTRODUCTION The principles that guide our contracting business are contained in the following documents which are reviewed regularly to ensure they remain effective and appropriate: Our CHARTER TRISAFE Business Plans Business Management System (BMS) Contract Management System (CMS) Our Business Management Manual (BMM) demonstrates how all these pieces fit together and is based on the ‘process approach’ defined in business management standards ISO 9001, AS/ NZS 4801 and AS/NZS 14001. It references Work Standards, Work Procedures, Forms and Process Documents that define requirements commonly referred to as ‘policy’.

All great organisations have a constitution or ‘rules of the game’ by which they conduct business. At BGC Contracting we call this our CHARTER, which provides guidelines for all employees. Our CHARTER is comprised of the following core areas being our Vision, Values and Brand Pillars. The CHARTER serves to: Guide us in our behaviours and decision making process Represent who we are and what we stand for Represent how we work as a team All BGC Contracting employees are inducted into the CHARTER. The CHARTER is understood, accepted and practised by everyone. It has a strong visual identity and is readily available in the form of a folded card for all employees and is also displayed in a large poster format in our offices and crib rooms across all our operations nationally.

Our Vision

Our business and operational processes

The environment Our human and physical resources The BMS is divided up into Business Processes and Integrated Business Management Processes. These differentiate the procedural requirements for specific activities within the business.

To be the leader in mining and civil solutions that delivers successful projects for our clients.

A Corporate Services team at Head Office controls the publication of BMS documentation and is responsible for ensuring that it remains current and available.


To be the leader in mining and civil solutions that delivers successful projects for our clients.


We work as one team

njoyable Workplace We work hard in a fun and rewarding environment

Our BMS is fully Third Party Certified by SAI Global to the Management System Standards ISO 9001 (Quality Management), AS/NZS 4801 (OH&S Management) and AS/NZS 14001 (Environmental Management).

lways Deliver We get the job done

utual Respect

We respect and support each other


Part of everything we do

Brand Pillars Project Delivery


Strong Relationships

Speak up and share my knowledge and skills Accept team decisions Support my workmates Learn from others Help new people fit in and become part of the team Look for ways to contribute to team success

Recognise and celebrate individual and team success Invest time, energy and resources in creating an enjoyable workplace Are proud of who we are and what we do

Acknowledge my workmates’ achievements Look for ways to contribute to team success Display a positive attitude Display a sense of pride

Deliver quality projects, safely, on time and within budget Work with our people to plan, identify solutions and continuously improve Do what we say we are going to do Focus on achieving our goals and those of our clients Recruit, train and retain the best people

Work hard to achieve team goals Take the time to stop and think Play my part to get the job done Accept responsibility Look for ways to improve myself

Treat our people honestly, fairly and with respect Look after our people and their families Provide opportunities for people to be heard Listen to our people and provide feedback

Act honestly, fairly and with respect Look out for my workmates Listen to other people’s point of view

Care about people’s health and wellbeing Foster a unique culture based on strong leadership Use TRISAFE as our framework Empower our people to STOP Focus on lead indicators to prevent harm Manage risk in our decision making

Manage my health and wellbeing Stop, think and act safely at home and at work Demand a safe workplace Always look for ways to do tasks safely Am committed to TRISAFE




Resource, standardise and clearly communicate our goals, plans and performance with our people Work together with our people and clients Use the knowledge within our teams to achieve superior results Will provide strong and capable leaders

We We We We


Great People


Heath, Safety & the Environment


TRISAFE Health and safety management is a fundamental aspect of BGC Contracting’s day-to-day operations and we are committed to providing workplaces for employees, subcontractors, clients and visitors that are incident and injury-free. TRISAFE is our innovative health and safety culture framework that has at its pinnacle– a “Thriving Health and Safety Culture”. It is the vehicle we embrace as a business to help us achieve excellence in the field of health and safety and most importantly, keep our people and projects safe. There are three main stakeholder groups that work together to create the right conditions to achieve a “Thriving Health and Safety Culture” at BGC Contracting. When: “I Thrive” as an individual “We Thrive” together as a team “Our Leaders” help us Thrive as an organisation. These three groups are the driving force behind TRISAFE and allowing it to reach our aspiration. It reflects that at BGC Contracting, health and safety is more than compliance to a set of policies, standards, procedures and forms. It is a flourishing and prospering environment which generates caring and committed people, enabled teams, and an informed organisation that contributes to a high performing culture. These characteristics make up the core elements of TRISAFE to help us achieve our ultimate aspiration at its pinnacle.


Australian government building and construction OH&S accreditation scheme In April 2006, BGC Contracting became the first WA building and construction company and one of the first companies nationwide to be awarded provisional accreditation under the Australian Government’s Building and Construction Occupational Health and Safety Accreditation Scheme.


BGC Contracting welcomes the opportunity to work with our clients in the identification of opportunities for the participation of Indigenous Australians in all of our projects.

Indigenous engagement We support initiatives that assist and encourage Indigenous Australians in the transition from education and training to the workforce. BGC also fully supports the transition of Indigenous employees from direct employment with BGC to small-business owner/owner-operator/ subcontractor.

BGC is fully committed to the development and training of our people to ensure they are sufficiently competent and able to carry out their roles safely. We have established a structured training program that delivers professional and competency-based skills to our teams. To ensure that our projects can be resourced expediently, efficiently and with minimum disruption to site activities, we have established a purpose-built training centre that delivers first class induction and operator training. The facility incorporates a state-of-the-art plant simulator.

We have in place strategic alliances with Indigenous groups/organisations/businesses which will enable the delivery of Indigenous participation requirements as agreed upon by clients and Native Title/Traditional Owner groups.

Environmental management

BGC understands that in most cases the client aims to provide priority employment in this order:

The BGC Contracting Environmental Management System is accredited to ISO14001, and our aim is to always conduct business in line with the community’s desire to protect the natural environment. We work closely with our clients and integrate contractual and legislated environmental requirements into our approved Environmental Management Plan for the project.

BGC has four levels of Indigenous engagement: 1. Direct employment 2. Entry level employment 3. Small-business owners/subcontractors 4. Joint venture participation with Indigenous businesses

1. Traditional Owners/Native Title claimants/ holders 2. Indigenous people from a specific region 3. Indigenous people from a particular state (i.e. WA or Qld) 4. Australian Indigenous people (from the mainland and the Torres Strait Islands) BGC recognises that our clients aim to make a difference. As such, we will assist our clients in meeting their Indigenous employment obligations under any agreements they may have with Traditional Owner/Native Title groups.

Our community contributions and achievements include: Main Roads WA Team Savannah Project (East Kimberley): Multi-award winning project, including EKAAA (East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Awards) in the following areas; Outstanding Contribution to the Employment & Training of Aboriginal People, Outstanding Project that Encourages Aboriginal Participation, Trainee of the Year, and WA Engineering Excellence Award. Roy Hill Infrastructure Project near Newman (various packages of work including Aerodrome, Roads & Port Landside): This project launched a very successful Roller Operator Training Program for Entry Level Indigenous candidates; some with no work history. ‘Job Ready’ training was combined with practical skills training, with the guarantee of employment for candidates who successfully completed the course. 80% of these candidates not only successfully completed the program, but are still employed with us at various civil and mining operations. They have also progressed from Rollers to other machines, such as 785 haul trucks. Rio Tinto Eight Mile Yard Project near Karratha: A successful program to support local, Traditional Owner, Aboriginal candidates who faced serious barriers to employment such as a lack of driver’s licence, no permanent home/housing issues, long term unemployment, and contact with the prison system. At our Wodgina site, BGC is providing ITA with Aboriginal employment and training opportunities for local traditional owners, including the supply of plant and equipment and contracting services for the Wodgina and Mount Webber projects. 15

About the BGC Group Today, BGC Group’s wide range of vertically integrated operations employ more than 5,500 staff and contractors and include: Residential and commercial building Building and construction products Manufacturing Contract mining Civil engineering, construction and maintenance Quarrying Road transport Property ownership and management Insurance

Since its beginnings in 1957, the BGC Group has grown into a diversified industrial group with an annual turnover in excess of $3.5 billion, making it one of Australia’s largest privately owned companies.

The BGC Group’s strategy, which was developed by founder Len Buckeridge and continues to guide the company today, has as its objectives: The reinvestment of profits for growth and the maintenance of production capabilities at a high level

BGC Residential

As a major supplier of Western Australia’s cement needs, BGC Cement supplies the “glue” upon which many residential, commercial and engineering projects are built. BGC Cement has established its position in the WA market by innovatively aligning its products and services to the needs of cement and lime users.

Delivers mining and civil construction services across the resources, government infrastructure, building and manufacturing sectors.

BGC Residential builds more homes for West Australians than any other builder and is consistently among the top 5 largest home builders in Australia.

BGC Modular

Design and construction of residential dwellings has been a key focus of BGC since the company’s inception. BGC Residential’s knowledge, experience and commitment to the housing market is exemplified by its ability to consistently provide the best quality, at the lowest prices, during all economic cycles.

BGC Construction Pty Ltd is a major commercial and residential builder in Western Australia. The company has successfully completed the construction of various commercial projects in education, health, retail, tourism, aged care, defence, police, research, and more than 2000 units of accommodation from duplex single-storey to high-rise apartment complexes. Further to this BGC Construction has completed high profile WA projects such as the Perth Arena, NIB Stadium and the Perth Police Complex to name a few.

Flexibility in meeting our customers’ requirements A commitment to the provision of high quality housing for low income and disadvantaged people Vertical integration of BGC Group’s component business units Decentralisation of decision making to trading business units, to maximise accountability, agility and the opportunities for staff members


BGC Contracting

BGC Construction

The supply of high quality products

This strategy has enabled the BGC Group to steadily broaden its product range, enhance its supply capability, and expand its operations beyond the West Australian market. Today, the BGC Group operates in all Australian mainland States. Internationally, its activities extend to distribution networks in East Asia and New Zealand.

BGC Cement

BGC Concrete

Key Features of the Group

A major supplier of Western Australia’s cement needs, BGC Concrete is one of the State’s largest premix concrete manufacturers, with six strategically located batching plants in the Perth metropolitan area.

Specialises in transportable accommodation units for commercial clients, and modern housing designs for residential customers. BGC Transport With an extensive fleet of haulage vehicles, BGC Transport provides transport services to the construction, mining and agriculture industries around Western Australia. BGC Transport’s fleet of purpose built trucks and plant move millions of tonnes of materials annually. BGC Property Investment BGC Properties owns more than 900 properties holding investments in major CBD buildings, residential apartment blocks and commercial properties, providing the group with a strong, dependable cash flow and a robust balance sheet to help underpin its other operations.

New homes have been constructed under familiar and wellrespected company names such as Perceptions, National Homes, Commodore Homes, Stratawise, Homestart and the WA Housing Centre. Together, these companies are capable of satisfying the entire residential market, from first-homebuyer housing to the most prestigious residence, with high quality products and services common to all. Customised home designs can be achieved because of BGC Residential’s ability to source all supplies from within its own manufacturing divisions. The result is greater client satisfaction and a standard envied by other building companies.


Brand Pillars

These pillars are a symbol of strength and stability, and form the basis of what we want to be known for in the market. As a result we strive to excel in each of them.

Brand pillars are the promises that we make about our brand to all stakeholders across the industry. They are Project Delivery, Strong Relationships and Great People. PROJECT DELIVERY

We deliver millions of tonnes of material annually for our clients. As a company, we pride ourselves in our fierce motivation to always go the extra mile to get the job done. This is further demonstrated by our attitude of ‘doing what we say we’re going to do’. We always deliver on our commitments. STRONG RELATIONSHIPS

At BGC Contracting, we attribute our ongoing success to the strength of our relationships we have fostered and built with some of the largest and most innovative mining and civil companies Australia wide.

It’s these relationships that form the foundation of our industry success, relationships with our people and our clients that are stronger than the steel produced from the ore we mine. GREAT PEOPLE


If the strength of our relationships is our strongest resource, our people are by far our most precious one. We are only as good as the people we employ... Great People!

At BGC Contracting, we pride ourselves on the partnerships we have established, cemented and grown with our clients over many years. Therefore we are always in pursuit of finding and retaining the very best people to not only carry out the work we do, but also form a key part of the teams we work in. Our people are the backbone of the company that our clients can depend upon to ensure projects are delivered safely, on time and on budget ... every time.

Our Brand Platform - 110% The big difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little bit extra. This means going further, trying harder and thinking smarter. Our goal is to bring that extra level of commitment to every project we undertake. At BGC Contracting, we call this ‘110%’. It’s a mantra instilled in every one of our team members and it’s what drives every aspect of our business from the boardroom to the coalface. Every day we put in the hard yards and extra miles to deliver for our clients. It’s the reason why Australia’s leading resources companies are continuing to choose us as their trusted partners.

It’s not so much a slogan or a tag line as it is an attitude to a level of commitment that permeates across the entire business. It’s this attitude that motivates our people and drives our success and it’s this level of commitment we apply to how we treat our clients and each other on a daily basis. BGC’s founder Len Buckeridge stood testament to this level of commitment. A man who has gone the extra mile time and time again to not only build a great Australian Company, but also leave a lasting legacy.


Why you should choose BGC Contracting Our commitment to giving 110% has seen us grow to be a leader in mining and civil contracting, with a motivated workforce that’s over 2500 strong.

Contracting Experience BGC Contracting’s professional, practical and successful experience at providing civil and mining services BGC Contracting has a reputation for providing clients with solutions which are designed to provide a cost effective service that is completed safely, promptly and efficiently Local knowledge with established Branches in rural Western Australia Safety Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation Scheme Management Commitment BGC Contracting’s TRISAFE Creating a No Injuries Environment initiative TRISAFE Creating a No Injuries Environment initiative No Lost Time Injuries in Qld/NT/SA


Growth Planned growth to $2 billion annual turnover (by 2018) Management Systems Quality certification to ISO 9001 Environmental certification to ISO 14001 Safety certification to AS/NZS 4801 Employee Relations Direct relationship with employees No days lost to industrial disputes in over 23 years of operation

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