Company wins $57 m home

Decmil Australia has secured a $57 million contract with BHP Billiton for the design and construction of an accommodation village in Port Hedland.

Decmil Australia has secured a $57 million contract with BHP Billiton for the design and construction of an accommodation village in Port Hedland.

The contract also includes the completion of civil and infrastructure works and installation of 350 accommodation rooms.

The company’s chief operating officer Scott Criddle said the contract put the group in a strong position to start the next financial year having secured a forward order booking of approximately $160 million for 2010.

“In the current competitive environment, it is pleasing that Decmil’s reputation for excellence in delivering clients value across all areas of engineering and construction projects continues to be recognised,” Criddle said.

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