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For over 35 years Shadforths have been involved with working on some of Queenslands largest civil contracting projects.

A family owned and operated business that employs over 300 staff and has over 400 items of plant and machinery.

Some of Shadforths mining contracts have included-

Xstrata's Newlands Coal Mine- Haul road upgrade and water course

BMA Norwich Park Mine- Asphalt repairs

BMA Peak Downs Coal Mine- construction of car park and storage area

BMA Poitrel- road construction

Shadforths also have constructed the Wondoan Windmill Village in Wondoan, the remote village for mine workers in the area.

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99 Sandalwood LaneForest Glen QLD 4556
Phone: 07 5442 3955 Fax: 07 5442 3988


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