An artist's impression of the processing facility at Heron's Woodlawn zinc-copper project south of Sydney.

Cimic wins $107m Heron contract

Heron Resources has awarded CIMIC Group subsidiary Sedgman a $107 million engineering, procurement and construction contract for a processing facility at its Woodlawn zinc-copper project south of Sydney.

Sedgman will build a 1.5 million tonnes per annum mineral processing plant at the $151.6 million Woodlawn project under the contract, which comes with cost under-run and performance incentives to promote early completion and an under-budget result.

“This contract award follows the successful undertaking of a front-end engineering design program that included a value engineering approach incorporating significant improvements on the earlier feasibility study work,” Heron managing director Wayne Taylor said.


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