A multi-disciplinary engineering group has won multiple tenders at a $50 million metal project in the Top End.
Primero Group recently won the build-own-operate and operations and maintenance contracts for Core Lithium’s Finniss Project, 90km south of Darwin.
The proponent previously confirmed Primero as the preferred engineering, procurement and construction contractor earlier in 2019. The latest tender wins will extend the contractor’s role to include building the crushing and screening circuit, and also operating and maintaining the processing facility.
QMEB can reveal the latest contracts are worth a total of $100 million, and there is potential to extend the initial four year term.
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The project is expected to create up to 100 jobs during the construction phase. None of the positions are advertised yet but they will be listed on SEEK: seek.com.au/Primero-Group-jobs
“Our existing client relationships, and the repeat nature of large amounts of our business, provide a strong platform from which to drive and achieve our strategic goals,” Primero managing director Cameron Henry said in a statement to the Australian stock market.