Intract win the CCF Training Program of the Year for 2013
The Civil Contractors Federation has awarded Intract Indigenous Contractors the 2013 Training Program of the Year at The Earthmover and Civil Contractor Awards held in Sydney.
Intract is a division of McMahon Services and is aimed at providing meaningful, long-term employment for Aboriginal people. Intract is proud to have a “work ready” labour force backed by skills training, along with mentoring and support.
Intract has delivered real outcomes through their training and employment program, including a constant workforce of 24 Indigenous personnel as well as opening doors for local Aboriginal people in communities in which they work.
Judges’ Comments: “The unique nature of Intract as a contracting entity adds significant value for stakeholders at every step of the process. From the regional communities that benefit from employment and skills enhancement through to the clients who see advantage from engaging a culturally relevant workforce, Intract has been a positive force within the industry at a time when good news has been scarce.
McMahon Services should be commended for their efforts with Intract”.Within a short time frame, Intract has gained strong project experience, working with companies such as Santos, OZ Minerals, Genesee & Wyoming Australia and the South Australian Government. The business has also expanded with an office now established in Darwin. The Intract NT team are currently working their first major project – extensive road maintenance works at Jim Jim Falls.
Intract would like to thank all of those involved in the journey so far and particularly acknowledge our key partner, The Aboriginal Foundation of South Australia, for their continued support.
Visit www.intract.com.au for more information.