24/05/2017 - 11:08

SCEE wins more work

24/05/2017 - 11:08

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Perth-based contractor Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has won $25 million in contracts for work on Rio Tinto’s Amrun bauxite project in Queensland, bringing to about $150 million the value of contracts earned this month.

Site work at Rio Tinto's Amrun bauxite project in Queensland.

Perth-based contractor Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has won $25 million in contracts for work on Rio Tinto’s Amrun bauxite project in Queensland, bringing to about $150 million the value of contracts earned this month.

SCEE said today it had received a $20 million subcontract with Civmec for the provision of electrical and instrumentation works on the process facility at Amrun, plus a $5 million contract from Decmil Group for the design, supply and construction of the electrical, communications, instrumentation and controls for the project’s mine infrastructure area.

“These awards were foreshadowed in SCEE’s half-year results announcement as being included in the order book as ‘projects in the final stages of approval’,” SCEE said in a statement.

The contract awards follow news earlier this month that SCEE had won work with Bechtel and Lendlease, plus electricl services work on redevelopment projects on the east coast through SCEE’s recently acquired subsidiary Heyday5.

Shares in SCEE were 1.7 per cent higher to 59 cents each at 11am.

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