Kerman Contracting has won a $146 million contract for works at Sino Iron's Cape Preston operation.
The contract will provide structural, mechanical, piping, electrical, and commissioning works, with construction to begin this month.
Scope of the works include the AG mill, pebble crushers, and stockpile tunnel areas for processing lines 3 to 6 at the Sino Iron project.
"By installing 15 000 tonnes of structural steel, 800 pieces of mechanical equipment, 40 km of pipe, and 80 km of cable, Kerman will contribute significantly to complete the remaining four processing lines at Sino Iron," Kerman project director Klaus Hartmann said.
Kerman is already working on site at Sino, delivering a $54 million project which includes civil and concrete works for processing lines 3 to 6.
It also just completed the $13 million installation works at the AG mill ring motor for line two, ahead of schedule.