17/07/2018 - 11:04

SCEE wins $50m in contracts

17/07/2018 - 11:04


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Perth-based Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has secured a number of new contracts across the country in the commercial, resources and telecommunication sectors.

SCEE wins $50m in contracts
SCEE managing director Graeme Dunn says the latest contracts show the company's diversity.

Perth-based Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has secured a number of new contracts across the country in the commercial, resources and telecommunication sectors.

SCEE commercial subsidiary, Heyday5, has won work with Geocon Group for electrical communications design and construction on the second stage of the High Society towers project, which will become Canberra’s tallest building.

In NSW, SCEE won contracts for the Parramatta Square development, Star Casino Sovereign Resort’s expansion, and fitouts in the Commonwealth Bank of Australia's offices at the Australian Technology Park.

The engineering firm’s latest contract wins come less than a fortnight after it secured a $55 million electrical instrumentation installation contract at the Westconnex M5 road project in NSW.

SCEE also announced it had entered into agreements for work in the resources and telecommunications sectors.

It extended its existing agreement with CITIC Pacific Mining to provide electrical maintenance services at the Sino Iron project for a three-year term and had entered into a master service agreement with iPipe Services for Arrow Energy’s gas project expansions in Queensland.

SCEE’s telecommunications-focused subsidiary, Datatel Electrical & Communications, expanded its wireless tower installation works for Huawei in the Northern Territory.

SCEE managing director Graeme Dunn said the latest contract announcements highlighted the diversity of the company.

“Combined with our announcement of the Westconnex contract last week, this range of projects demonstrates the sectoral and geographic diversity of the group with awards in four of the five sectors in which we operate and in the majority of the states and territories of Australia,” he said.

“It is also pleasing that already at the beginning of this new financial year we are starting to build visibility of work into the following financial year and beyond.”

Shares in Southern Cross were up one per cent at 70 cents each at 12.30pm AEDT.


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