Civmec, in a joint venture with Sedgman Limited, has been awarded a contract by BHP Billiton Iron Ore (BHPBIO) for civil, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and commissioning works at the Jimblebar mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
The engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning works, which comprise of the installation of a new primary crusher and additional conveying capacity, will commence immediately with approximately 270 personnel employed on the project at its peak.
Pat Tallon, Chief Executive Officer of Civmec, said, “Following a well-structured and comprehensive tendering process we are delighted to have secured the award of this important contract. The joint venture is very focused on ensuring we safely deliver this package of work effectively and use this opportunity to further demonstrate our combined capabilities to BHPBIO.”
“Having built a strong relationship with Sedgman over the past three years through our successful delivery of projects together, we know that our likeminded cultures and ethics will provide innovative solutions to the metals and minerals sector now and in the future. We feel this award highlights the client’s confidence in our collective service offering and, in particular, our expertise in civil works and structural, mechanical and piping work (SMP).”
The SCJV is a 50:50 unincorporated joint venture between Civmec Construction and Engineering Pty Ltd and Sedgman Limited.