During the early operating years, the business developed a strong reputation and an exceptional project team that strived to deliver all works in a competent and professional manner which both met, and exceeded, client expectations. Importantly, during the early operating years, leadership and structure were stable and the firm’s (start-up) organic operating model was able to prevail.
Broadly, Eastern Guruma has delivered projects in the Western Australian resources industry including road construction and maintenance, bulk and detailed earthworks, concrete works, construction of tailings dams, drainage and protection works, traffic management, exploration works and rehabilitation. The core business of civil and mining was expanded to include landscaping, drilling, telecommunications, facilities management services, construction, and establishment of complementary operations such as labor hire within Western Australia and in the Northern Territory.
The business strives to maximize employment participation and professional development for Aboriginal people across all lines-of-business, both in management and operational positions as well as undertaking various traineeships. Eastern Guruma is progressively realizing its corporate vision of creating pathways to empowerment for Aboriginal people.
We are thrilled to announce that Eastern Guruma has been named the RISE Indigenous Business of the Year! This prestigious award follows our recent success in winning the Rio Tinto Supplier Recognition Local Engagement Award in 2023.
This achievement reflects our commitment to excellence, community engagement, and sustainable business practices. We are immensely proud of our team and grateful for the continued support of our partners.
Thank you to everyone who has been a part of our journey. This recognition motivates us to strive for even greater heights, and we look forward to contributing to positive change in the Indigenous business landscape.
Further to this exciting news Eastern Guruma has been awarded 2 major projects in the Pilbara running side by side in 2024 worth over $40m and employing over 70 staff to complete the projects in the rehabilitation and closure sector.