​We believe that creating and maintaining meaningful relationships is an important role for our organisation. Our vision for reconciliation is to continue to drive positive relationships, and build a mutual respect and understanding with Aboriginal communities and stakeholders.

We are leading the way in increasing Aboriginal employment and participation, our aim is to establish sustainable opportunities for Aboriginal people and businesses through a number of our projects across the state.  

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Image: BMD employees (Smart Freeway project) attending the recent Reconciliation Week march.

From left to right - Athol Hansen, Tyronne Edwards, James Kelly, John Monaei, Gary Wilkes and Ashley Merritt

Recognised for Best Practice in Corporate Social Values

We recently won an award at the Institute of Public Administration Australia, for Best Practice in Corporate Social Values for our continued dedication to enhancing the wellbeing of Aboriginal people through increased employment opportunities on our project. We have been proactively changing our policies, processes and working arrangements to ensure we make a difference within our industry.

In the Kimberley

We have established a number of key partnerships with a training organisations in the Kimberley region, for projects such as:

Watch our video to meet some important stakeholders and contractors we have been working with in the Kimberley.



NAIDOC Week 7 to 14 July - Let's work together for a shared future

Modified: 16 Jul 2019