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The NRW and Eastern Guruma Joint Venture is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an approximate $180 million contract at Rio Tinto’s Nammuldi Below Water Table (NBWT) Project – Bulk Earthworks.

The Contract includes Bulk Earthworks for the processing plant, waste fine storage facility, mine service facilities, stockyard, explosives compound, heavy vehicle haul roads, light vehicle roads, and a rail link with a train loading facility.

Project Scope includes 5.7km of heavy haul roads; 12km of light vehicle roads; over 3,000,000 cubic metres of excavation; over 690,000 cubic metres of drill and blasting and over 7,000 lineal metres of culverts.

The Project is expected to run for 37 weeks commencing in May 2013 and at its peak, over 400 employees will be mobilised.