Tel: 08 9209 2341

What we offer

CDC has the resources and personnel to offer the following services to clients.

  • Engineering and Drafting services
  • Design, Fabrication and Installation of escape ladders, vent doors and vent controllers
  • Airleg Mining, grouting and concrete civil works within surface and underground environments
  • Fabrication of Steel Work
  • Onsite installation of steel work both surface and underground
  • Rock bolting and ground support installation
  • Concrete Civil Works
  • Installation and testing of underground lifting plates and supports
  • Supply of labour and machinery for onsite steel installations
  • Airleg Miners
  • CDC is also prepared to purchase equipment to meet clients’ needs, for specialised projects or long term dry hire


Provision of labour

CDC have a wide variety of trades and labour personnel.
All are experienced in their specific trade, and are fully conversant with the remote,
WORK AWAY ENVIRONMENT, associated with mining and construction companies.

  • Boilermakers
  • Supervisors
  • Statutory Underground Shift Supervisors
  • Mechanical Fitters
  • Diesel Fitters
  • Machinery Operators
  • Crane Drivers
  • Airleg Miners
  • Riggers and Scaffolders


Provision of Machinery

Our machinery and equipment are available for Wet or Dry Hire.

All equipment is compliant to underground standards.

  • Toyota Tray Back Light Vehicles
  • Hino 8T flat bed truck with 6mT Hiab crane
  • Hino 5T Dual Cab truck
  • 3T and 4T Telehandlers with forks, bucket, jib and work basket.
  • Cat IT28G with forks, bucket, jib and work basket
  • Cat IT14G with forks, bucket, jib and work basket
  • 20T Franna Mobile Crane
  • John Deere 670B Grader
  • Cat 428C Backhoe
  • 250amp Diesel Welding units
  • Grouting Mixers and Pumps
  • Pull Testing equipment to 35T capacity
  • Load Cells to 35T capacity



To discuss the engagement of CDC’s services or seek further information contact,

Phil Furmage – Operations Manager 


Safety is the primary focus of CDC Management and employees. CDC believes that zero harm is achievable and has proven this recently when a total 481 days were worked injury free.
This is an achievement, considering the nature of works which CDC undertakes, which can involve levels of risk that must be managed.


These documents are available to download.
They provide details of each project.