WBHO Infrastructure has been awarded a $43.3 million sub-contract from Perth-based engineering firm Mondium for works at Rio Tinto’s Western Turner Syncline Phase 2 mine site.
Under the contract, WBHO has been tasked with delivering the bulk earthworks package for the new processing plant as well as a 13-kilometre overland conveyer and non-process infrastructure facilities.
“We’re very proud of our track record of successful project delivery with our primary focus on delivering a quality product for our clients,” he said.
Mr Grobler said the WBHO team would mobilise to the WTS2 site within the next few weeks.
Works are due to complete by the end of the year.
Mondium, a joint venture between Monadelphous Group and Lycopodium, had also awarded Kerman Contracting with a $55 million sub-contract earlier this month, where Kerman was tasked with building non-process infrastructure facilities at the WTS2 site.
The WTS2 site is located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, near Tom Price.