Why ADG?

In their third year of business, ADG Corporation has altered their business strategy to go beyond the role as a profit-geared earthmoving contractor, taking on Labour Hire and Indigenous training and mentoring as part of their core business. And that business commitment starts closer to home. Though physically and mentally a time-consuming commitment, ADG believe in giving back to the community.

Why? Because ADG cares about each and every one of its employees. The individuals that make up the surrounding community are the strength and key to the success of a better quality of life for everyone within the community.

ADG also intends to manage and fund self-sustained community support organizations. Our dream is to make all the different facets of these businesses self sustainable, of highest quality and absolute dedication, community orientated and Australia -wide. While maintaining cost effectiveness, ADG will apply this business model to any worthy cause that may present itself in the future.

Support the dream of corporations giving back to the community. By choosing ADG you are choosing a socially responsible company that will ensure success to all project stakeholders.

Our Impact

ADG does not shy from difficult projects or demanding work environments. Our integrity, strong work ethic and core values are the driving force behind successful program completions and satisfied clients.

By combining the professionalism of a contractor while using trainees for work experience, ADG is continually improving outcomes with every project. The work is completed to excellent standards and trainees are graduated to long-term employment in the industry.

Within only 3 years, ADG has made a significant impact on the Northwest Queensland region.

 Construction and concreting of 2 Sump pumps for Xstrata Mount Isa

 ADG has and currently supplies a large amount of highly skill all round operators to local mining companies that have increased the production output

 Karumba Walkway: 13 week training program where 5 trainees graduated with tickets for a grader, bobcat, loader and backhoe and construction experience for a 2.8km Walkway through boggy wetlands

 BIG 6: Xstrata Indigenous Training for the Zinc Tailings facility. 7 trainees on 6 machines working in tangent with mining production

 Machinery Training in rural northwest Queensland:

  • Cloncurry – 28 trainees on Grader, Excavator, Loader, Backhoe, Forklift and Bobcat
  • Doomadgee – 27 trainees on Loader, Bobcat and Backhoe
  • Boulia – 12 trainees on Loader, Bobcat, Roller, Grader and Forklift
  • Camooweal – 9 trainees on Excavator, Grader and Roller
  • Alpurrurulam – 14 trainees on Skidsteer, Front End Loader, Excavator, Backhoe and Grader
 Supply of machines and operators underground to provide road maintenance and services