UGL locks in $200m contract extensions

UGL has secured $200 million worth of contract extensions to supply maintenance and turnaround services for its clients in the oil and gas sector.

Turner & Townsend wins $8.2m Metronet contract

Professional services company Turner & Townsend has been awarded an $8.2 million state government contract to establish and operate a program management office that will oversee Metronet’s program of works.

Woodside awards Scarborough contracts

Woodside Petroleum has awarded four contracts, which it is funding without a contribution from venture partner BHP Group, for front-end engineering design activities at its proposed $15 billion Scarborough project.

Wauters wins $16m contract

Albany-based firm Wauters Enterprises has been awarded a $16 million contract for stage two of the city's affordable student accommodation development.

Qube, Mirrat shortlisted for port expansion

The Pilbara Ports Authority has short-listed two specialist logistics companies for the development of new general cargo facilities at Port Hedland.

Cirrus wins $5m govt contract

Subiaco-based Cirrus Networks has won a $5 million contract for an undisclosed federal government agency.

Crothers secures $31m of school work

Crothers Construction has won the main contract for works at Grandis Primary School, less than a month after it secured a $17 million contract to build the Byford South East Primary School.

Lycopodium wins $132m Perseus contract

Perseus Mining has awarded the engineering and supply contract at its Yaouré gold project, located in the West African country of Côte d’Ivoire, to fellow Perth-based company Lycopodium.

Balance wins solar EPC contract

Welshpool-based Balance Utility Solutions has been selected as the engineering and construction contractor for Terregra Renewables’ five-megawatt Mobilong solar farm, located north of Murray Bridge in South Australia.

Gumala wins $16m West Angelas contract

Indigenous contractor Gumala Enterprises has secured a $16 million contract at Rio Tinto’s West Angelas mine, in what is the company’s single biggest contract win in the past five years.

Fortescue taps NRW for $57m Eliwana contract

Fortescue Metals Group has selected Belmont-based NRW Holdings as the preferred contractor to deliver the first stage of earthworks, roadworks and drainage works at the company's Eliwana rail project, located 90 kilometres west of the town of Tom Price in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

McGees wins $5.5m contract

National group McGees Property has been awarded a $5.5 million state government contract to provide leasing services for the Department of Transport.

WestStar secures $4.5m Rio contract

WestStar Industrial has won a $4.5 million contract with Rio Tinto for works at the Cape Lambert port facility, taking the local contractor’s order book to $30 million.

CFC posts $18m profit in FY18

Diversified family business CFC Group has registered a big jump in profit for the 2018 financial year, aided by strong performances across its three primary operations.

Maca wins $28m contract

MACA has been awarded a $28 million contract for work at Adaman Resources’ Kirkalocka gold project near Mt Magnet.

WestStar wins largest ever contract

WestStar Industrial has secured an $8 million contract for construction work at Tianqi Lithium’s Kwinana processing plant.

Metronet surveying panel chosen

The state government has awarded consultancies Rawlinsons WA and Turner & Townsend cost estimating contracts for Metronet worth a combined $3.8 million.

Pindan wins $45m Koodaideri contract

Pindan has been awarded a $45 million contract to build a 780-room construction camp at Rio Tinto’s $3.5 billion Koodaideri project in the Pilbara.

Echo appoints Maca, raises $6.5m

Echo Resources has signed a letter of intent to award two mining contracts to MACA for its Yandal gold project near Leinster, while also announcing a $6.5 million capital raising backed by major shareholder Northern Star Resources.

Keslake secures $6.5m Cott bike path work

Perth-based Keslake Group has won a $6.5 million state government contract to build a 2.8-kilometre bicycle path alongside the Fremantle railway line.

World's largest ore stackers to be built in WA

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Australia will design and build the world’s largest rail-mounted stackers in Western Australia after winning a $250 million contract for BHP Group’s $4.6 billion South Flank iron ore project.