Project site tours provide learning opportunities
The Tonkin Gap Project has presented many learning opportunities for people working in fields related to major transport projects.
Published: 22 November 2022, Updated: 09 December 2022
The Tonkin Gap Project has presented many learning opportunities for people working in fields related to major transport projects. Just in the last three months the project has hosted groups from NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction), the Office of Major Transport Infrastructure Delivery Directorate, and the Main Roads Materials Engineering Branch.
The NAWIC group, comprising 15 people from various Perth construction companies, received a detailed presentation about the project, followed by closeup look of Broun Avenue bridge, the northern dive structure and Redcliffe Bridge.
NAWIC is a not-for-profit organisation that helps champion women in the construction industry.
Tonkin Gap is committed to providing a greater gender balance in the workforce. In the 2021/22 financial year almost 12% of the project’s workforce was female, against a target of 10%.
Improved workforce diversity and wellbeing is one of the project’s Sustainable Development Goals. Read more about this goal in our annual sustainability report
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