Engineering products company to build new factory at Avon

The Reinforced Earth Company, a civil engineering products business, will establish a new site at Avon Industrial Park, near Northam in Western Australia.

The 4 hectare site purchased by the company would create “various custom engineered products” according to a statement from the state’s lands minister John Carey, and employ ten when it begins operating.

“Businesses are starting to recognise the value of Northam as a regional hub to better service mining and agricultural markets in WA,” said Carey.

According to its website, Reinforced Earth currently has four major precast sites around the country. It supplies building products including precast concrete panel, concrete arch systems and steel reinforcement strips.  

An estimated 22 new jobs in total would be created during and after construction at the new factory.

The industrial park is a 200 hectare estate, adjacent to the Great Eastern Highway and Trans-Australian Railway, and established to serve rural, resources and mineral processing markets.

Companies currently occupying Avon include DE Engineers, CHC Scaffolding, Interquip, and Precision Mechanical.

Picture: A mechanically stabilised earth (MSE) retaining wall (

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