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RCR Tomlinson

RCR has origins that date back as far as 1896 as an engineering firm and today, is one of Australia’s oldest engineering companies. RCR Tomlinson Ltd was established in Western Australia in 1996 when RCR Engineering Ltd and Centurion Industries Ltd merged.

The company today is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and continues to successfully grow as one of the country’s leading engineering firms. RCR Tomlinson not only services Australia’s resource, energy and infrastructure industries, but has numerous clients overseas also.

Some of our clients and projects include but not limited to are Fortescue Metals Group, Newcrest Mining, Worsley Efficiency and Growth Project, Pluto LNG Project, Iluka Resources Ltd and Macquarie Generation.

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Level 6, 251 St Georges TerracePerth 6000
Phone: 08 9355 8100 Fax: 08 9361 0724


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