Our Partners

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Intract Australia

In 2010, the vision came to life and Intract was launched as a business unit of McMahon Services. Today, Intract Australia is a standalone 51% Indigenous owned, managed and controlled enterprise.

The civil contracting and general building organisation has bases in Darwin, Alice Springs, Adelaide, operating throughout Australia. Since its inception, Intract has provided training and employment for over 150 Indigenous people across Australia, proudly boasting a majority Indigenous workforce.

Intract’s vision is to instil confidence into local Aboriginal communities through the provision of stable jobs, skills training, mentoring and support.



Ballestrin provides leading edge construction and remedial services to the building industry across Australia.

Established over 50 years ago, Ballestrin have unbeatable project experience across concrete construction, remedial services, masonry and paving, civil and earthworks, formwork and special surface applications.


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ResourceCo started operations in 1991 as a contract concrete crushing business.

From its early days it quickly established itself at the forefront of resource recovery Australia-wide. In 1992 the board of ResourceCo recognised the need to set up a central facility that could service a wider range of customer needs and process a greater volume of waste through commercial and industrial waste recycling.

And, in 1997 they commissioned the construction of a purpose built processing facility. ResourceCo currently accept and process approximately 600,000 tonnes of concrete and asphalt per annum.

In May 1999 ResourceCo established a new recycling facility at Wingfield, allowing the recycling of a further 180,000 tonnes of mixed construction and demolition waste per annum – a total of 780,000 tonnes. ResourceCo enables 800 customers to divert their waste from landfills to a recycling centre. These customers are encouraged to reuse the recycled products in their civil and building works, and refer to this as ‘closing the loop’.


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