WE’RE MADE OF THAT SPECIAL STUFF
FROM GRASSROOTS TO ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES
DELIVERING A QUALITY PRODUCT THROUGH EQUITABLE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT.
Remote Concrete NT is a Territorian owned and operated, Tennant Creek based, Civil Construction company - founded in early 2012.
Remote Concrete NT specialises in concrete supply, boom-pumping, concrete construction and civil earth work services to the mining, construction, oil and gas industries throughout the NorthernTerritory and beyond.
Remote Concrete has successfully completed a range of projects for a multitude of clients such as CPB Contractors, Gemco BHP Billiton, Gebie Civil and Construction, Bechtel, Sitzler, Hutchinson Builders, Northern Territory Government and local cattle stations.
We are known for our high Indigenous engagement across all of our projects we have undertaken and our exemplary health, safety, environment and quality standards.
We pride ourselves on our ability to build strong community partnerships in Tennant Creek and in each and every community we are involved with.
Our track record of timely completion, high Indigenous engagement and training outcomes is a testament to our commitment to building strong communities.
FOUNDER AND MANAGING DIRECTOR
Jared Baldwin was born in Darwin and grew up on the family property "Manton Valley" in Acacia Hills.
After completing high school, Jared moved to Tennant Creek and started Remote Concrete NT, servicing remote communities and isolated roads across the Territory ever since.
In 2015 Jared founded Raw Materials, a local quarry in Tennant Creek. He has the Territory dust in his blood, not just ingrained in his hands.
Delivering extensive successful projects for the Northern Territory Government and private clients across the NT, Far North Queensland and the Pilbara.
Jared has built the capability, experience and reputation of both companies to what it is today.
He focuses on guiding a well equipped team to provide the best solutions for clients while continuing to expand the business' services and capability.
AIMING FOR A STRONGER WORKING COMMUNITY
EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING INITIATIVES.
WE BELIEVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IS ESSENTIAL IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, THEREFORE, WE SUPPORT LOCAL EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING AS WELL AS LOCAL SUPPLIERS ACROSS ALL OF OUR PROJECTS AND DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS.
Our holistic approach to employment and training ensures that new and current employees are supported in ongoing development and upskilling, while working either locally or in remote locations.
Opportunities for our employees expand with each new competency learned or skill mastered, meaning our team is constantly improving and strengthening the communities we operate in.
Our team undertakes accredited and on-the-job training, including apprenticeships, traineeships, certificates, tickets and professional development.
WE’RE ABOUT EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
WORKING IN REMOTE AREAS OF NORTHERN TERRITORY, GIVES US THE ABILITY TO EMPLOY LOCAL PEOPLE DIRECTLY FROM EACH COMMUNITY WE WORK IN.
We are able to achieve highly successful Indigenous engagement outcomes through our long history working within communities, our many partnerships across the NT and our dedication to ensuring accessible and equitable employment opportunities for Indigenous people.
In addition to this, our Corporate Indigenous Participation Policy stipulates that we allocate roles within each project for Indigenous employees as well as local employees.
To date, we have undertaken joint ventures with inidenous contractors,
hosted Indigenous apprentices, delivered accredited training to our Indigenous employees and supported Indigenous communities through sharing our resources and capacity.