Resources
Utilities
Infrastructure
Specialists in crushing, earth moving and underground services

Cape is a trusted and respected West Australian company that provides world class solutions to businesses operating in the resources, utilities and infrastructure sectors.

Our areas of expertise include civil, mining services and underground utility installation and maintenance. Our services range from crushing and screening to gas or water pipelines or cable installation and from water management to civil earthworks.

We have more than 30 years’ experience operating in (Western) Australia and are a company built on values. Cape aims to be recognised as a leader in its chosen fields, including safety, and an employer of choice that is committed to sustainable practices and the long term creation of value for our customers.

 

NAIDOC Safety Award Winner – Sam Jaffrey

6 July 2017

Congratulations to Sam Jaffrey for taking out the FMG NAIDOC Safety Award for work undertaken through our KCU Joint Venture with Kurtarra. The FMG Cloudbreak NAIDOC awards were presented at an official function at Cloudbreak on July 5. The award recognises Sam’s outstanding contribution to Zero Harm. This award also reflects the excellent safety culture […]

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Cape adds Cape-ability with world best equipment

7 June 2017

  With an increase in its pipeline work, Cape has added further horsepower to its fleet with the addition of three (poly)welding machines including two new TRACKSTAR 900’s and one Fast Fusion MFT20. The TRACKSTAR 900 is a self-contained, self-propelled, all-terrain fusion machine with an on-board generator for powering the heater. This machine allows our […]

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Cape secures Pilbara pipeline projects!

11 April 2017

Cape is proud to announce that they will be starting work on two Pilbara pipeline projects in the coming weeks. The first project is to replace more than 10km of existing main with new buried DN630 polyethylene pipe. The new pipe line will connect to the existing main at two locations and 12 existing borehole […]

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