CMB Paramount Joint Venture

Commonly recognised as CPJV, was formed in September 2019 to service works on the Karratha to Tom Price Road in a sub contract arrangement with lead contractor MACA Civil providing Bulk Haulage and Dust Suppression works.

The Joint Venture was created through the acknowledgement of the traditional custodians of the land we work on.

Since September 2019, the CPJV partnership has since continued to supply various civil and mining projects within the north west direct to clients such as Indigenous company Cundaline Resources, FMG, McNally and MACA Civil and Mining.

JV Partners

Shawn Tilley
Managing Director

Managing Director of Paramount Shawn Tilley, recognises the benefits that can be obtained by working with Indigenous participation where there is a need for increased production, Indigenous involvement and cost reduction associated with using contractors.

Barry Taylor
Managing Director

Since the establishment of the CPJV, Managing Director of CMB Services Barry Taylor has also recognised the benefits of the CPJV, by providing a comprehensive mining solutions to our clients, supporting local traditional owners throughout Western Australia and continuing to deliver on a wide range of civil and mining projects.

The CMB Paramount JV was created through the acknowledgement
of the traditional custodians of the land we work on.