Northern Goldfields Earthmoving are earthmoving experts specialising in servicing remote areas of Western Australia including the Goldfields and Pilbara regions since 2003.
NGE’s services include:
- maintenance grading
- road construction
- final trim grading
- road realignment
- flood damage work.
- exploration work
NGE has extensive experience in delivering services such as road realignments, maintenance grading and flood damage work in remote areas. This includes completed remote-area works and Western Australia Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (WANDRRA) projects for the Wiluna Shire and ongoing contracts with the Meekatharra Shire. NGE is currently contracted to carry out maintenance grading for the Shire of Menzies and exploration works for Gold Road Resources in the Shire of Laverton. NGE is currently undertaking the Road Repairs Work in the Shire of Upper Gascoyne.
See the projects page for a detailed listing of past and present clients.
Northern Goldfields Earthmoving is owned and managed by Wayne Linke and his wife Martha. They oversee the business operations and employ a team that includes thoroughly experienced and highly competent earthworks supervisors, expert machine operators, and a cook.
This team has worked together for many years on NGE projects and ongoing contracts.
Wayne started in road construction as a grader operator in 1998, regularly subcontracting to BGC, Brierty, Pavement Technology, Highway Constructions and Airport Management Services.
He started Northern Goldfields Earthmoving in 2003 with one grader and a truck and built the business over time to what it is today. NGE has been operating in the industry for over 15 years.
NGE is wholly owned by Wayne and Martha Linke, who continue to manage the day-to-day operations of the business. They have successfully grown the business and overseen its transition from family trust to privately held company.
NGE’s integrity as a family-run business is its core value.
At NGE, we have made remote-area work our specialty and we are well-equipped for the challenges associated with working in remote locations such as isolation, heat and safety. We are proudly self-sufficient and well prepared.
- Our fully equipped mobile camps mean we are set up to go where our competition can’t.
- Since September 2017 NGE has had satellite internet on site, providing Wi-Fi to the team at our camp. This enables NGE to order parts as required. It also provides the team the easy and quick access with family and friends and it gives all workers a safer experience on remote sites.
- Longstanding partnerships with our providers and delivery agents mean minimal downtime for our customers.
Our expertise and specialist remote-area setup mean we can offer a superior service at a competitive price for all are clients
Health and Safety
Northern Goldfields Earthmoving’s highest priority is workplace health and safety. Our goal is a workplace free of incidents and injuries, and this impeccable standard has been maintained since day one.
When working on a project, NGE conducts daily onsite safety meetings that in turn help to define and refine safe workplace systems and processes.
Northern Goldfields Earthmoving has comprehensive quality management systems backed by a documented QA policy. External quality assurance auditors (Macao Consulting) perform annual audits and reviews.
NGE uses daily checklists and pre-start meetings to monitor the service history of our machines.
Every employee undertakes a comprehensive induction prior to entering a worksite, including a mandatory comprehension test.
To ensure the quality of our services, NGE:
operates with licensed and accredited plant and equipment
is accredited by Main Roads WA
only employs operators with a White Card and Certificates of Competency
employs operators under its own EBA approved by FairWork Australia.
Caring for the Environment
Northern Goldfields Earthmoving is committed to protecting the environment and has an established Environmental Plan designed to minimise the environmental impact while maximising reuse of resources.
Specific environmental measures include:
- bunkers around fuel tanks with plastic lining to prevent spillage into the natural environment
- evacuation systems on machinery to catch waste oil
- rehabilitation of any turn around points and camp sites used
- promotion of our duty of care to the environment among staff and subcontractors.