10/09/2020 - 14:30

SRG secures $65m in works

10/09/2020 - 14:30

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Engineering services firm SRG Global has announced it will undertake $65 million of work across Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.

SRG secures $65m in works
David Macgeorge says he is pleased to be involved in significant, landmark developments. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Engineering services firm SRG Global has announced it will undertake $65 million of work across Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.

Those works, announced this morning, include the provision of specialist facades and structures for the Capital Square development in the Perth CBD.

SRG will design, supply and install engineering curtain wall facades and structure works at the site.

The Capital Square development, owned by AAIG, is estimated to cost about $350 million and feature 120 hotel rooms and 40 stories of residential apartments upon completion.

Woodside Petroleum currently occupies the first tower to be built in that development.

SRG Global has also secured a contract with construction company John Holland to provide specialist post-tensioning engineering to a football stadium at Moore Park in Sydney, as well as specialist facades for a Lendlease-held project in Melbourne.

SRG managing director David Macgeorge said he was pleased to be involved in significant, landmark developments.

“These contract awards are evidence of our engineering-led specialist capability with repeat tier one clients,” he said.

SRG Global was trading at $0.32/share at 3:15pm AEST, up $0.01 on opening.

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