We're committed to establishing and maintaining sustainable, mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal communities and people wherever we operate.

This commitment aligns with our Statement of Commitment to Aboriginal people and communities, as well as our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Our RAP seeks to further develop relationships with Aboriginal people across Western Australia. A key objective of our RAP is to increase the number of contracts awarded to suppliers, which are 50% or more Aboriginal owned and operated.

We work pro-actively to educate our staff and create awareness on the diversity of Aboriginal companies currently registered with us. The availability of a broader category of products and services supplied by Aboriginal companies, also allows us to link Aboriginal companies into existing scope of works, or future opportunities with our other contractors across WA.

The increased representation of Aboriginal suppliers in our procurement and supply chain is vital, because it stimulates growth for economic development in WA, creating both business and employment opportunities for our local communities.

2019 Aboriginal supplier tradeshow

As a part of our commitments to increase the participation of local Aboriginal suppliers across our business, we are launching our bi-annual Aboriginal Supplier Tradeshow on Friday 22 November 2019.

For any other information please call 13 13 85 to speak with Rizah Levi, Senior Advisor, Aboriginal Contractor Engagement.

Current tenders

If you are one of our Aboriginal suppliers and interested in viewing the list of open tenders, please visit our public tenders page. If you aren't already registered, you can learn how to become one of our suppliers.

For any other information please call 13 13 85 to speak with Rizah Levi, Senior Advisor, Aboriginal Contractor Engagement.