Intract Australia is an Australian construction and building maintenance contracting company. It was established to provide employment and training opportunities for indigenous Australians. It was established in 2010 as a business unit of McMahon Services, but is now 51% owned, managed and controlled by indigenous people. Intract will be building the 15 km-long shared path as part of the Northern Connector freeway project in South Australia.
|Industry||Construction and contracting|
|John Briggs, Michael Rotumah, Andrew McLeod|
Number of employees
|Parent||McMahon Services (49%)|
Intract owns some of the equipment it uses, but also has access to a larger pool of earthmoving and other equipment through its parent company, McMahon Services.