Initially the company was formed to support the Group’s plans of developing a premium accommodation and recreation facility in Newman. By purchasing their own equipment and employing local people familiar with the region’s harsh terrain and climate, Tribute Earthmoving delivered much needed worker and tourist accommodation to the rapidly growing town.
Since then, Tribute Earthmoving has worked in partnership with government and private enterprise on projects as diverse as the Newman’s Mia Mia House in the Desert and the Beachfront Village in Port Hedland.
Tribute Earthmoving has also dedicated significant resources upgrading and developing the accommodation and recreation facilities of Kalgan’s Rest and Whaleback Village in Newman, housing more than 1,200 mine contractors, employees and tourists in premium ensuite accommodation units.
Tribute Earthmoving is a family owned and managed business with strong roots in the Pilbara. The management team and all employees live and work locally and as such, have an invested interest in the sustainable development of the region.