Name the NorthConnex Tunnel after Jim Adams.
#3Jim was an amazing man and mentor. He helped so many people become better, safer, and allowed us to achieve more.
Evan Lindsay (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#6Jim has the respect of all tunnel workers in management and as a tunneller long live his legacy.
Peter Saggers (Qld , 2020-03-30)
#7I agree with the proposal
Jason Purcell (Miami, 2020-03-30)
#19My partner worked with jimmy 🙌 and what an honour for his family that would be awesome work
Monique Harris (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#21I worked with uncle!!! And many of his family members. A great happy and humble bloke he was. Rest easy uncle jimmy your shift is over
Craig Mckinnon (Sackville, 2020-03-30)
#24This would be a huge sign of respect for jimmy.
Grant Creati (Brisbane, 2020-03-30)
#25He deserves this
Tarei Tutu (Melbourne, 2020-03-30)
#26It’s the least he deserves..
Nick Haskal (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
Rod Man (Brisbane , 2020-03-30)
#34He was a top bloke deserves to be remembered
Nicolas Colagiuri (Silverdale , 2020-03-30)
#36Out of respect for a tunneling icon .
Karl Hams (Castle Hill, 2020-03-30)
#40It's the right thing to do
Wesley Kelly (Yeppoon, 2020-03-30)
#42Jimmy deserves this recognition.
Ryan Blacklock (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#44Jimmy was a well respected man in the industry who helped the young men joining the industry.
Fergal Hester (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#46I knew Jimmy adams.
Very well know respected man of the tunneling industrie.
Wade Wallinger (Townsville, 2020-03-30)
#49Jimmy was a icon . A legend and a mate
Lucas Cunningham (Mango hill, 2020-03-30)
#57Its the right thing to do
Andrew Hay (Gold coast , 2020-03-30)
#63I believe the naming of theses projects should reflect the hard work, dedication and commitment given to the building of the projects and Jim Adams depicts it all including his life.
Dallas Adams (Brisbane, 2020-03-30)
#72I worked side by side with this legend on several occasions, i was airlegging with him 1 day before his life was taken
Ji Ibrahim (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#76I worked at northconnex and also at a mine he worked at in the hunter valley
Mick Davis (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#80I've known and worked with Jimmy on many projects and the man deserves to be recognised.
Stefan Gage (Brisbane , 2020-03-30)
#82Im in the industry and we build these tunnels with our hands not behind a desk.
Chris Jecs (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#83I worked with a lot of people who knew jimmy. I hope this gets pushed for the memory of him
Tanika Wensley (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#85He is a tunneling icon who lost his life in the tunnel
Cody Nelson (Sunbury , 2020-03-30)
#88Worked on the project
Brad Henderson (Mackay, 2020-03-30)
#90Supporting this petition for Jim R.I.P
Cheryl Trevena (Gold Coast, 2020-03-30)
#91Uncle Jim was a bloody hard worker and for him, if a job needed doing then you do it right and do it safely. He encompass all thing mining and the tunnel should be named after him and it should be carried with the utmost pride and respect.
Vikki Ruthe (Atiamuri , 2020-03-30)
#93I worked on the project with Jimmy
Josh Smith (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#96He was a great man and to pay respect to his memory and his family it is the right thing to do.
Daniel O’Shaughnessy (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#105Respect to a good honest worker.
Blake Jeremy (Goomeri, 2020-03-30)
#107My late husband and father n law worked with him in Turangi
Geri Fraser (Palmerston North, 2020-03-30)
#112Huge respect for the man and the dedication he had for his job
Linda Paranihi (Taihape. Formerly otematata. Twizel and cromwell, 2020-03-30)
#114He was a great mate to work with an he helped me threw hard times, it’s possible I may have taken my life but he told me to talk to your mates cause there’s no shame to tell a man how you feel and iv kept that and talked to mates who were where I was
Ivan Mabb (Brisbane , 2020-03-30)
#115I loved jim he took my younger brother under his wing when he first started in the tunnels made sure he got home safe.
Chris Thorburn (Kaitaia, 2020-03-30)
#116He was a top bloke and a great mentor and he paid the ultimate price at work RIP Jimmy miss having a chat with you
Russell Dickinson (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#121I worked in the tunnelling industry and support my colleagues. Also Jim was a person very loved in the tunnel community and who cares about the others safety and he deserves to be remember.
Hector Sanchez (Kellyville , 2020-03-30)
#122Out of respect for my uncle Jim
Anastasiah Stirling Jensen (Taupo, 2020-03-30)
#125Full respect to Uncle and all the hard work he has done in our industry.
He is royalty in the Tunnel industry,
Great name for the Tunnel, “Jimmy Adams”
Jake Gibson (Newcastle , 2020-03-30)
#128He is my brother
Pixie Adams (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#132I agree with this cause fully
Beau R (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#133I worked with Jim and his son on a couple of jobs
Joshua Patrick (Gold Coast , 2020-03-30)
#134A good man lost his life during this programme and as a mark of respect to his memory and also for his family to give them an acknowledgment this his loss is not forgotten
Rex Edgar (Cromwell , 2020-03-30)
#137I met and worked with Jimmy and Dallas his son, great human beings.
Piotr Kaczmarski (Melbourne , 2020-03-30)
#141He gave his life and many years of service. A leader, mentor and comrade to many.
Nichola Christy (Perth, 2020-03-30)
#143He was a hardworking man
Michelle Ninness (Keysborough , 2020-03-30)
#145I worked in the same crew at northconnex rip uncle
Tui King (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#146I look up to Jimmy and respect him
Justin Sanford (Melbourne , 2020-03-30)
#148I knew uncle jimmy
Sam Knight (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#150I work in the Tunnel Industry
Lance Jamieson (Wollongong , 2020-03-30)
Neal Streicher (Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#157It’s a well respected thing to do and it would show appreciation for jim
Jonah Nunn (Blayney, 2020-03-30)
#159Worked at Wilson road site
Would be a fitting role the tunnel family can pay back to jimmy and a massive show of appreciation to his family..
Steve Belcher (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#160I worked with Uncle on this job and a previous job, no nicer man you could meet. Had time for everyone on the job, especially the guys and girls at the start of their tunnelling career, always a smile and a hello. A man full of knowledge and an absolute gentleman. He would have put everything into the project, as he did every other project he worked on. He would of passed as much knowledge as he could to the workers around him, this was just the fella he was. It would be the tunnel that would be getting the honour, to have jimmy's name associated with it.
On a side note. I would like to thank his son Dallas for the incredible work and the message he delivers on the sites around Australia. Couldn't even begin to understand how tough it must be to stand in front of your peers to deliver such a message in the way he does it at every talk.
Thank you Dallas
Phil W (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#161I’m a Tunneller
Perry-Wayne Smith (Padstow, Sydney , 2020-03-30)
#162He lost his life doing his job no one deserves to lose there life at work trying to make money for his family.. It's just the right thing to do
Dwayne Deguara (Morisset, 2020-03-30)
#164Name the Ncx tunnel the Jim Adams tunnel
Stephen Green (Hong Kong , 2020-03-30)
#165What Jim did, and Dallas is continuing to do to lift the expectations of acceptable safety standards in tunnelling is a good thing for the tunnelling family. This helps preserve and highlight Jims legacy.
Tony Muir (Sydney, 2020-03-30)
#171This man is a legend. Humble, hard worker and a good role model to those in the tunnel industry. He was a good mentor to the younger men in his day, those men are now leaders in their areas of expertise. May he rest in peace.
Bruce Mclelland (Gisborne, 2020-03-30)
#173This sadly will be a fitting sign of respect for one of the industry’s stalwarts from all stand points. Safety, work ethics and mentoring of the younger generation.
George Adams (Adelaide , 2020-03-30)
#177To show respect for a legend of the industry
Liam Ovenden (Izmir, 2020-03-30)
#182In memory of a man who died building a project for the people of Australia. A small token for his family who lost a loved one.
Ciaran Murphy (Brisbane , 2020-03-30)
#183It's the right thing to do
Troy Defilippis (Gold coast , 2020-03-30)
#186It’s the right thing to do.
Jesse Tulloh (Gold coast, 2020-03-30)
#188Jimmy and my dad were good mates
Lee Murray (Cromwell , 2020-03-30)
#189I worked on the tunnel and would be a good show of respect
Ryan Turner (Wollongong , 2020-03-30)
#191Jim was a decent man and a bit of a tunneling legend who paid the ultimate price.
Peter Brownett (Silkstone, 2020-03-30)
#196My mates father
Damian Lloyd (Brisbane, 2020-03-30)
#200Never find a bigger description of a tunneller than "Uncle" Jim Adams R.I.P
Rod Smith (Brisbane, 2020-03-30)