Based in Perth Western Australia, NRW is a leading provider of diversified services to the civil, mining and construction industries. Since inception in 1994 NRW has significantly expanded its operations throughout Australia and offer services in mining, civil, drill and blast, maintenance, and oil & gas. It was in 1998 that NRW established its iron ore mining services in the Pilbara region and since, NRW has had a diverse geographic presence in Western Australia, Queensland’s Bowen Basin, the Northern Territory and internationally in Guinea, West Africa.
The way we work is integral to our vision of ensuring that we deliver civil and mining services to standards above industry expectations and we constantly challenge ourselves to drive continuous improvement in employee development and safety. Keeping our teams safe at all times by reinforcing a safe work environment and actioning safety training regularly is paramount to the foundations on which our business is built. Throughout NRW’s twenty two year history, the size of our projects has changed significantly, however our culture of delivering high quality projects with respect for both our people and our clients has remained the same.
Our flat management structure allows us to be proactive in managing major projects whilst maintaining the required flexibility to respond quickly to client needs. It is this attitude that sets NRW apart from other mining and construction contractors throughout Australia and has enabled us to build many successful and long standing relationships with some of the world’s largest mining and construction companies.
Listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in 2007, NRW’s impressive client list includes mining and construction companies and resource giants such as; BHP Billiton Iron Ore, Rio Tinto, Fortescue Metals Group, Samsung C&T for Roy Hill Pty Ltd and Chevron and many more.
Our delivery model experience encompasses modern relationship contracting approaches including alliancing and Early Contractor Involvement, as well as the more traditional model of undertaking works on a Schedule of Rates or Dayworks basis.