Cimic Group’s UGL has been awarded five multi-year energy and resources contracts in Western Australia worth a total of US$136m.
UGL will work with existing clients on the following:
- An extension of a contract to provide electrical, instrumentation, mechanical and access services for aluminium smelter Alcoa
- A five-year turbine servicing contract, also for Alcoa
- A three-year contract for electrical, instrumentation, mechanical and cranage services for onshore and offshore gas assets for energy company Santos
- A three-year capital projects contract including electrical, instrumentation, structural, mechanical and piping works for BHP Iron Ore
- An extension for asset preservation services at the Pyrenees offshore vessel and onshore Macedon Gas Plant for Woodside Energy.
Work on the projects will begin in late 2022.
Juan Santamaria, Cimic Group’s executive chairman, said: “Providing services for critical energy assets across Australia keeps our communities and industries going. By consistently providing experience, tailored solutions and flexibility, we are proud to be considered a trusted partner for these long-term clients.”
Doug Moss, UGL’s managing director, said: “UGL has been an important part of the Western Australian economy for decades, from providing support to the leading producers of resources and energy to the manufacturing and maintenance of rolling stock assets and navy vessels.”