24/01/2008 - 15:12

Nomad subsidiaries secure $60m in Pilbara contracts

24/01/2008 - 15:12

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Nomad Building Solutions Ltd subsidiaries, Modular Building Pty Ltd and MacGrath Homes, have picked up $60 million worth of new contracts in the Pilbara courtesy of the state's mining giants.

Nomad subsidiaries secure $60m in Pilbara contracts

Nomad Building Solutions Ltd subsidiaries, Modular Building Pty Ltd and MacGrath Homes, have picked up $60 million worth of new contracts in the Pilbara courtesy of the state's mining giants.

Nomad's biggest single contracts were with Woodside Petroleum Ltd and Apache Energy Ltd, each worth $19 million.

For Woodside, the company will supply and install offices and facilities at its Pluto Site B, commencing in May 2008 and estimated to be completed by October 2008.

In the same timeframe, the subsidiaries will build a 200 person village at Apache Energy's Devils Creek project.

Engineering firm ARUP, meanwhile, has signed an $8 million contract for the supply of 20 houses commencing in June 2008 and scheduled for completion by December 2008.

In addition, Nomad has secured two individual contracts worth $7 million from BHP Billiton iron ore, and Rio Tinto's Robe River Mining, comprising a 120 room upgrade at stage 6 of the Yandi project, and a 162 room upgrade at West Angelus, respectively.

Both projects are due to commence shortly and be completed by June 2008.

Nomad managing director Phil Guy said project wins of this type, which were a core business for the group, underpined its strategic plans going forward and supported the company's view of dealing with quality customers and contracts.

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