GBTK AusMaint Joint Venture - trading as AGJV - is a recognized Pilbara Aboriginal Business (PAB) and a leading provider across the Pilbara region in all things construction machinery hire and services. This venture highlights the combination of skillsets of both businesses across the Civil, Mining, Infrastructure, and Marine construction services, utilizing a multi-skilled workforce to deliver world-class services across even the most unique and challenging environments.
Our current available fleet for hire includes a range of mine spec machinery, such as a 14,000L 6 Wheel Water Cart, 30,000L semi Water Cart, 16T Smooth Drum Roller, 30T GPS Excavator, and a 140M GSP Grader. Our fleet is regularly serviced and stringently maintained to ensure compliance with leading safety standards for machinery operation, as well as manufacturer specifications.
Our proven track record of delivering industry-leading services across the construction industry is backed by our commitment to cost minimization, quality workmanship, and safety, acting as the driving force behind our operations and ensuring we can complete even the most complex and logistically challenging projects.
Supporting our team is a key priority, with team members having access to our training & development mentorship program, aiding our employees and business to progress, develop and expand in careers, experiences, and opportunities.
This venture is based on the core values of Integrity, Mateship, and Ingenuity. We stand by our services offered and promises made. We work together to complete the task at hand while having each other’s backs. We take pride in our ability to create cost-effective solutions and save our clients time and money.
Our services are available across Western Australia. To enquire further regarding our available machinery and services for hire, call our team to discuss how we can best assist you.
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