Southern Cross awarded contracts at CITIC and Arrow projects

Southern Cross Electrical Engineering (SCEE) has won resources contracts in Queensland and Western Australia, including at CITIC Pacific Mining’s Sino Iron project and Arrow Energy’s gas projects.

The contracts are part of a recent spate of awards for the company across various sectors, including several commercial contracts for subsidiary company Heyday worth in excess of $50 million.

SCEE, which has an established working relationship with CITIC, will provide electrical and maintenance services at the Sino Iron project over the next three years. An iPipe contract with Arrow will encompass specialised electrical and overhead line installation of gas and water gathering systems in the Surat Basin and Bowen Basin.

“Combined with our announcement of the Westconnex [M5 roads] contract last week, this range of projects demonstrates the sectoral and geographic diversity of the group with awards in four of the five sectors in which we operate and in the majority of the states and territories of Australia,” SCEE managing director Graeme Dunn said.

“It is also pleasing that already at the beginning of this new financial year we are starting to build visibility of work into the following financial year and beyond.”

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