Engineering and construction contractor LogiCamms has won $10 million worth of contracts for the Wiggins Island Export Terminal in Queensland and Australia-Pacific LNG.
LogiCamms will provide design, implementation and commissioning of the coal export terminal control system at Gladstone.
The system controls, tracks and schedules coal deliveries though the terminal.
Also, LogiCamms said it would also provide Australia-Pacific LNG multi-discipline engineering services for coal seam methane facilities in Queensland.
The contracts commence immediately, managing director Steve Banning said.
"We are very pleased with the awarding of contracts with each of Australia Pacific LNG and WICET for major hydrocarbons and coal projects in the Queensland market," Mr Banning said.
"The awarding of these contracts to LogiCamms highlights the strength of our core engineering capabilities and ability to support and add value to major projects.
"The award of these contracts further demonstrates the deepening of LogiCamms' relationships with tier one operators in the resources and hydrocarbons industries."
At close of trade, LogiCamms shares had gained 0.47 per cent, trading at $1.06.