St Barbara has awarded a $500 million mining services contract at the Gwalia gold mine in Western Australia to Macmahon Holdings.
Macmahon Holdings has maintained a $7 billion tender pipeline despite a slower first half of the 2021 fiscal year.
Calidus Resources has started construction works and named Macmahon Holdings as its preferred mining contractor at the Warrawoona gold project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Macmahon Holdings has won a $700 million contract extension from Byerwen Coal to continue work at its coking coal mine in Queensland.
Macmahon has stated that there were no discussions with CIMIC Group to acquire Thiess’ Indonesian assets.
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Contractor Macmahon this week secured a deal to acquire TMM Group, a Brisbane-based organisation that provides civil and maintenance services to the Queensland coal industry.
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Macmahon Holdings has received a letter of award for a mining contract worth at least $250 million at Dacian Gold’s Mt Morgans gold operation in Western Australia.
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Macmahon Holdings will move ahead with an agreement with Indonesian miner PT Amman Mineral Nusa Tenggara (AMNT) after its shareholders backed the proposal.
Major contractor CIMIC Group has sold its stake in Macmahon Holdings, six months after it launched a takeover attempt for the smaller services company.
The Takeover Panel has decided not to become involved in Cimic’s proposed acquisition of Macmahon Holdings.
Contractor Cimic has turned to the Takeovers Panel in its attempt to acquire Macmahon Holdings, which is trying to block the bid through a deal with Indonesia’s PT Amman Mineral Nusa Tenggara (AMNT).
Macmahon Holdings, which is a takeover target of leading contractor Cimic, has signed an agreement for what it calls a “potentially transformational transaction” that raises doubt about its suitor’s acquisition plans.
Mining contractor Macmahon Holdings has labelled the takeover offer it received from Cimic Group as “inadequate” and “opportunistic”, while advising its shareholders to reject the bid.
Leading contractor CIMIC has strongly criticised the recent financial and operational performance of takeover target Macmahon Holdings.
Mining contractor Macmahon Holdings has dismissed a takeover bid made for the company by CIMIC Group because “it does not represent fair value”.