Monadelphous wins resources contracts worth $110m

Monadelphous has secured maintenance and construction contracts in the resources and infrastructure industries worth a combined value of around $110 million.

The engineering company’s new work includes a three-year contract to provide shutdown maintenance, breakdown and repair services, minor projects and ad hoc services for BHP at Mount Arthur Coal in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales.

Monadelphous has received a two-year contract extension for the supply of mechanical services for Queensland Alumina in Gladstone, Queensland.

The maintenance work also includes a three-year contract for the supply of rope access based mechanical maintenance, inspection and protective coating services for the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal at Mackay, and a three-year contract for the operation and maintenance of the Muka Power Station coal handling facility in Collie, Western Australia.

In addition, Monadelphous has won a contract with Pukaki Irrigation for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of a gravity pressurised irrigation scheme in the Mackenzie Basin in New Zealand. This contract is scheduled for competition in October 2018.

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