05/09/2012 - 14:57

Local surveyor nabs Wheatstone deal

05/09/2012 - 14:57


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Local surveyor nabs Wheatstone deal
Perth Surveying Services co-owners Anton Oud (back) and Chris Finn.

Perth Surveying Services has won a $2.7 million contract with John Holland to work on the Wheatstone LNG construction village.

The village will be built 12 kilometres southwest of Onslow to house 3800 workers.

It’s the second major contract Perth Surveying Services has won on an LNG project in the North West after recently completing work with Murray and Roberts for audit surveys on Chevron’s Gorgon Project.

That contract was worth around $2 million and ended in July.

Company co-owner Anton Oud said the company would begin work on the Wheatstone project next month, and planned to complete contracted services within 18 months.

He said the contract win was a result of the business making itself more attractive to the major LNG construction companies by adopting international management standards.

Perth Surveying Services had been working with major commercial construction companies such as DORIC since initially forming in 2006, but had turned its focus more recently to the LNG market.


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