CFC Group subsidiary Cape has won three new jobs worth a combined $20 million, focused on gold mining, lithium and electricity infrastructure.
The South Guildford-based business will raise the embankment at a tailings storage facility for Regis Resources at the Garden Well gold mine, with related works including a decant access way and structure raising.
That project is about 100 kilometres north of Laverton, with work to start in August and continue for six months.
The second contract was to build an 18-kilometre borefield pipe for Pilbara Minerals at the Pilgangoora lithium and tantalum mine in the Pilbara.
Work will include a pumping station, telemetry control system, earthworks and six months of operation and maintenance of dewatering infrastructure.
“We are delighted to secure a pipeline project within the lithium sector where we have recently been successful with crushing and screening project awards,” he said.
Nearly 1,000 power poles will be removed in an area encompassing 1,800 homes, according to Cape.
As part of the project, there will be around 60km of horizontal directional drilling.
“This award reaffirms our position as a market leader in the installation of underground utilities here in Western Australia,” he said.
“Cape’s strength is in our diversified service offering which allows us to operate in multiple markets and allows us to provide long term employment opportunities for our people.”