Brierty's contract for work at Newmont's Boddington mine has been terminated.

Brierty's Rio Tinto, Newmont contracts torn up

Two of the largest contracts held by fallen Perth company Brierty have been terminated, as uncertainty hangs over the company’s future after last week's appointment of administrators.

Brierty announced today that it’s $300 million mining contract at Rio Tinto’s Western Turner Syncline project, which was signed in 2014, has been cancelled.

It expressed gratitude for Rio's support in arranging flights for Brierty personnel from site and making its employee assistance program available. 


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