Electrical Construction & Maintenance (ECM) has won $110m worth of electrical and instrumentation work at the QCLNG project.
According to the company it will be subcontracted to Thiess for work on several central processing plants and field compressor stations on the QCLNG upstream scope of work.
It will be working on the Ruby Jo, Woleebee Creek, Harry, Broadwater, Glendower, McNulty, and Cam CPP and FCS.
ECM managing director Simon Higgins said the contractor is also working with Kiewit for the delivery of the electrical and instrumentation works for Chevron's Wheatstone project in Onslow.
"We have a presence on the east and west coast, underpinned by a demonstrable, reliable track record, for delivery on two of the largest oil and gas projects in Australia," he said.