Decmil up on $9m H1 profit news

Engineering and construction company Decmil Group has reported an after tax profit of $9 million for the first half of 2009/10, largely on the back of significant contract wins by its subsidiary, Decmil Australia.

Revenues for the six months to Decmber 31 2009 rose 20 per cent to $149.2 million following $160 million in newly awarded contracts and contract extensions, boosting its total current order book to $390 million, of which more than half relates to FY2011.

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