27/07/2018 - 12:45

EC&M wins $60m in contracts, opens NSW office

27/07/2018 - 12:45

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Henderson-based contractor EC&M has been awarded a series of contracts in Western Australia and the eastern states with a combined value of about $60 million.

EC&M has won contracts worth about $60 million.

Henderson-based contractor EC&M has been awarded a series of contracts in Western Australia and the eastern states with a combined value of about $60 million. 

EC&M won its second electrical and communications contract at the M5 WestConnex Road Tunnel project in Sydney, and established an office in the nearby suburb of Mascot. 

Earlier this year, EC&M was awarded $130 million in contracts, including for work at the WestConnex project. 

Chief executive Simon Higgins said the NSW contract win and the opening of a Sydney office had set the company up for future work in the eastern states. 

“The successful award of a second major infrastructure project in the Sydney market and the opening of the Mascot office are really satisfying outcomes for us, we see the region as a significant growth area for ECM over the coming years,” he said. 

In the WA mining industry, EC&M won a three-year minor services and ancillary goods contract for CITIC Pacific Mining’s Sino Iron project in the Pilbara, added Alcoa’s Kwinana Refinery to its HVAC delivery portfolio, and won a mechanical, piping and electrical contract at BHP’s Pilbara-based Jimblebar mine. 

The company also announced it had secured work for West Perth-based CBH Group, including the fabrication, assembly and delivery of at least 42 new grain-handling assets in WA. Mr Higgins said the CBH contract strengthened EC&M’s 32-year relationship with the grain exporter. 

EC&M also won an electrical and instrumentation contract for QCoal Group’s Byerwen coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

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