Indigenous Construction Resource Group ICRG north Pty Ltd
CEO provided Certificate III Civil Construction Plant Operations training and assessment for 14 staff integrated as indigenous labour hire into FKGardner and Chief Excavations workforce on the Tiger Brennan Drive Upgrade. This Major Project was managed by BMD.
Further civil works supervised and managed by civil consultant Rod Esam on behalf of ICRG within Department of Infrastructure Projects include:
Road upgrades Western Creek HWY, Buchannan HWY, Bullo River Station access
Re compaction of railway abutments Katherine overpass
Litchfield National Park 4WD camp upgrade
2015 ICTHYS Project
Contracted by Leicon, CEO Trainers provided VOC machinery processes for CVL3. Whilst on site CEO also assisted with training of the indigenous plant operator trainees on site.
2014 ICTHYS Project
CEO Trippe Rd Dozer operations
John Holland Certificate III Civil Construction Plant Operations Indigenous Training Program.
Contracted by John Holland, CEO provided a training audit and skill gap analysis for 20 Indigenous trainees. CEO then designed and delivered a 7 month intensive civil training programme on the site that has since become CEO’s Trippe Rd Civil Training School. Providing practical based training within a civil construction site, CEO trainers supported the trainees to become confident and competent machinery operators.
Director of CEO Rod Esam, contracted as the civil industry expert by McMahons Services to consult with Laing O’Rourke for supervision of civil works on the Major Project ICTHYS- Accommodation Village at Howard Springs Northern Territory.
Supervising these civil works since March 2013 includes co ordination of a large number of staff and machinery for the building of the 4,000 man camp. Civil works include bulk and detailed excavations for road works, car parks, drainage, housing and commercial building site preparation, sports facilities, and landscaping.
As Director of his own CAL accredited civil construction company, Rod understands the “Clients” requirements for quality plus timely product and service. Utilising his own vast industry experience, business and training skills, Rods role as a civil consultant provides a unique and invaluable service for quality outcomes on Major Projects.
2012 JOHN HOLLAND & McMahons Joint Venture
Indigenous Training Programme
Contracted by NT RTO, ATI- Advanced Training International, CEO as training consultants developed and implemented an Indigenous Training Program at Crocodylus Park, Northern Territory to supply job ready Indigenous candidates for employment on the ICTHYS Major Project.
As civil industry experts CEO developed the program to train civil construction national units of competency in a real construction site scenario. The program included using CEO machinery, with operators/trainers along side candidates to train machinery operation for the following applications: clearing & grubbing, bulk excavation and stockpiling, spread, fill and compaction for road works, construction of pads for buildings, trenching for fencing, detailed excavation for building footings and loading of trucks. Other civil applications included use of rotary laser, tape measures, string lines, manual and electrical tooling and watering methods for compaction techniques. Machinery training included, excavator, skid steer, roller, tip trucks and haul trucks.
CEO training consultants are available to discuss this model of training and to develop custom programs for individual work sites and projects. CEO believe this training model is not only cost effective but a unique and valuable pathway to integrate training within the workplace, teaching real civil applications and employment skills by experienced, accredited contractors who are also nationally accredited trainers and assessors.
CEO instructor Daniel Esam
CEO instructor Zac Esam
2010 Elcho Island – Galiwinku subdivision
Elcho Island – Package 8 of the Northern Territories SIHIP Strategic Indigenous Housing Infrastructure Program. Rod Esam provided civil site supervision with 20 CEO staff and 28 items of plant to construct civil infrastructure for Galiwinku 300 lot subdivision. Starting from green fields the project included selective clearing and grubbing, bulk excavation for construction of roadworks, sewer and water reticulation, detailed excavation for house building sites and services.