As a maintenance contractor, our expertise is solving your structural, mechanical and piping challenges.
We have a strong background in scheduled maintenance and taking on the ‘middle ground’ projects that we are best equipped to deliver.
Project:SMPE&I – Wet Concentrator Plant
What Our Team Have to Say
LGM always have a lot of decent sized jobs on the go and a lot of variety so you never get stuck doing the same thing.
You get to go to a lot of different places and do different site work and you learn a lot more.
I’m now a Leading Hand and LGM have put me through really good leadership training which helps me in the job I’m doing now but also gives me confidence to take on a different leadership role down the track.
My career has gone extremely well at LGM since I joined in 2010. I’ve moved from being a TA to an apprentice, a tradesman, leading hand and now a supervisor. Every day is different and there is a lot of room to learn and grow. We always have good guys to work with and there is a lot of support from the guys above. Everyone has time for each other and are looking to help each other out.
LGM are a good company and they have been really supportive of me and my family life too.
I started in 2015 as a leading hand, moved into supervision and I’m now a project manager. They are a great fit for me as I thrive on a challenge, like to do a job well, complete it on time and I enjoy taking on responsibility.
The work is really well organised, the communication is excellent, and they have a lot of good tradesmen who get a kick out of doing a good job. This means your skills are always improving and the whole work environment is much more enjoyable. LGM have a lot of empathy from the leadership team down and you get that strong sense of family and that we are all in it together.
A lot of different structural, pipeline and maintenance work comes through the workshop and there are plenty of opportunities to learn different skills and I like the variety.
I was initially looking for an apprenticeship but LGM had plenty of work on, so I started as TA. It wasn’t long afterwards that I was offered an apprenticeship and I am now into my third year. I’ve learnt a lot of new skills including welding, fabrication, pipe fitting, plate work and general hand skills with welding and grinding. It’s a good place to work and the people are friendly.