Australia's largest Aboriginal Contractor
Ngarda is one of the largest contracting companies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia.
Ngarda began in 2001 as a small mining contractor in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Since this time, it has grown into a multi-disciplined service provider supporting people in mining, civil construction and infrastructure works across Australia.
We are about providing sustaining growth opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through engagement with the mining and infrastructure sector. Through delivering competent and cost-effective contracting services to many blue-chip clients, we create real opportunities for local lndigenous participation through employment, training and other prospects for wealth creation.
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We acknowledge and respect the vision of a nation that recognises the culture and history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, values their participation and provides equal life chances for all.
Ngarda Civil & Mining has commenced signal installation work for Ansaldo STS on Rio Tinto’s port expansion project at Cape Lambert. Ngarda is currently working to arrange six or more work crews to Cape Lambert.
Former Hawthorn midfielder Chance Bateman has joined the Community Relations Team at Ngarda Civil & Mining to help run outreach and health programs to Aboriginal children living in remote communities throughout Australia.
The demand for Indigenous employees in the mining industry has risen to unprecedented levels over the past decade.
This year, Ngarda Civil and Mining will be participating in a range of activities to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2013. The Survival Day Concert is a smoke, drug and alcohol free community event.