FIRM Construction has recently won the contract for the construction of the new fire station in the City of Greater Geraldton.
Works commence Monday 18 May 2015.
FIRM Construction wins the Australian Institute of Building – Professional Excellence Award for the recently completed Wirtgen facility.
Congratulations go to all team members!
Wirtgen Australia project meets all project objectives, including time, cost and quality. Again our safety record is spotless. 167 500 hours without an LTI.
Thanks must go to the people at Wirtgen, the architect T&Z, consulting engineers and our construction team. Another fantastic result, well done.
Again FIRM is successful in winning work in schools. These include Broome North Primary School, Guildford Grammar Preparatory, Perth Modern Gymnasium, Shenton College and Duncraig Senior High School Middle Schools.
After 24 months in the Pilbara, FIRM Construction has achieved 360,000 man hours without an LTI.
Congratulations must go to all personnel for their Safety Focused approach to achieving this milestone.
As a part of the Western Australian construction program for upgrading the state’s high schools, FIRM construction has been awarded Shenton College and Duncraig Senior High Schools.
FIRM has achieved Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation from the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner.
Well done to all staff for their efforts in achieving this prestigious award.
FIRM are proud to be awarded the contract to construct WIRTGEN Australia’s new facility in South Guildford.
“What Good Looks Like” FIRM Construction recently handed over the new rail operations building to Rio Tinto. Due to outstanding performance on the project, FIRM Construction is the first company to be recognised by the RCE “What Good Looks Like” initiative. Well done to all. See images of the project on our mining page.
FIRM have been appointed to construct RioTinto’s new railway Trip Services facility at Cape Lambert.
The facility will fuel and service the locomotives used for hauling ore to the port.