21/12/2017 - 14:41

SCEE win $90m in contracts

21/12/2017 - 14:41

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Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has been awarded a number of new commercial and public infrastructure contracts across Australia totalling more than $90 million, including $66 million of work at a new section of the Westmead Hospital in New South Wales.

Graeme Dunn said the contracts progress the company’s diversification into the public infrastructure sector.

Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has been awarded a number of new commercial and public infrastructure contracts across Australia totalling more than $90 million, including $66 million of work at a new section of the Westmead Hospital in New South Wales.

Perth-based SCEE has agreed to contractual terms to work on the Westmead Hospital central acute services building, which is expected to be completed in early 2020 and includes engineering design and installation of specialty technology.

The company has also been awarded a $19 million contract for works at Tower 4 of the Walker Corporation’s Parramatta square development, scheduled for completion in 2019.

In the Australian Capital Territory SCEE has secured a $4 million contract for a mixed use development and $2 million of work at the Iskia development in Campbell.

SCEE has also won a $2 million contract at the Woodman Point wastewater treatment plant in Western Australia.

Managing director Graeme Dunn said the contracts progress the company’s diversification into the public infrastructure sector.

“Outside of these specific projects, we continue to secure a steady flow of work in the resources sector and in the telecommunications sector on both the NBN construction and on the mobile networks,” he said

“This further demonstrates the positive pipeline outlook for SCEE with four out of the five market sectors in which we operate being in or entering a growth phase.”

Shares in SCEE finished up 2.7 per cent at 76.5 cents.

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