Sedgman has won two processing contract renewals, at QCoal’s Sonoma mine and Gold Fields’ Agnew mine.
The QCoal contract is a three year renewal for CHPP operations, and is expected to generate around $70 million over the term of the work.
The CHPP facility is slated to process around 6 million tonnes per annum of both coking and thermal coal from the mine near Collinsville.
Sedgman has been operating the facility, which it designed and built, since 2009.
The company has also win a renewal of its crushing and screening operations at Gold Fields’ Agnew gold mine.
Work has been extended for another three years, running now until September 2017, with an expected total revenue of $23 million over the term of the contract.
“The successful renewal of our operations contract with Gold Fields in a highly competitive market is very pleasing,” Sedgman CEO Peter Watson said.
“Sedgman has been delivering crushing and screening services at Agnew for over 18 years,” he said.
The facility is expected to process around 1.2 million tonnes of ore per annum from the underground gold operations.
“We are seeing an increasing number of operations and operations consulting opportunities emerge as clients look for ways to further optimise their operations and increase the value in use of their existing assets,” Watson added.