Civmec has been awarded $68 million of new projects for Rio Tinto, Sedgman, GE Oil & Gas and FMC Technologies, while the scope on existing contracts for the new Perth Stadium and Roy Hill has been increased.
Commenting on the new contracts, Civmec CEO Pat Tallon said, “We are delighted to announce these new awards with existing clients and feel this highlights a satisfaction in the market for our service offering.”
Mining giant Rio Tinto awarded Civmec a vertical package to deliver a new fuel facility located between Rio Tinto’s Brockman 2 and Brockman 4 mines in the Pilbara. The package involves fabrication, civil works, SMP (structural, mechanical and piping) installation and electrical. Work will commence immediately with an expected completion date of September 2015, involving up to 90 employees at its peak.
Civmec will be undertaking structural, mechanical, platework and piping installation works on a new filtration plant at Alcoa’s Kwinana operations for Sedgman. The project will involve peak manning of 140 workers building and installing tanks and filter equipment including six filter presses, each weighing in excess of 135 tonnes. Work is commencing immediately, with completion scheduled for November 2015.
On behalf of GE Oil & Gas, Civmec will be fabricating and testing Gorgon’s new 34 inch Subsea Pig Launcher/Receiver (SSPLR) in two stages. Stage 1 works will commence immediately and involve the fabrication of a 34 inch barrel for a Subsea Pig Receiver from supplied materials, with the complete structure weighing 104 tonnes. Completion of Stage 1 is scheduled for November 2015. Fabrication of a 6 inch kicker header, testing of the SSPLR and retro fitting will be carried out at a later date as part of Stage 2 works.
Civmec will immediately commence work on behalf of FMC Technologies for the fabrication, surface treatment and testing of a production manifold. The manifold is designed for installation at the Persephone Project, located on Australia’s North West Shelf and is scheduled for completion by March 2016.
Following on from Civmec’s major contract award of the fabrication and erection of steelwork for the structure and roof of the new Perth Stadium, Brookfield Multiplex has selected Civmec to supply and install approx. 5,300 tonnes of precast concrete units for the new Perth Stadium. Work on the project will commence in July 2015, with completion due by May 2016.
Civmec will be carrying out bulk earthworks and trenching on behalf of SCT (Samsung C&T) at the Roy Hill iron ore project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The project includes excavation and backfilling of more than 36km of trenching, installation of conduits and cable into trenches, and provision of other electrical services. Work on the project will commence immediately, with completion scheduled for mid-2015.