An Australian engineering group has secured $150 million of construction and maintenance work.
Monadelphous Group recently secured multiple contracts for a variety of projects across both Queensland and Western Australia.
The group will build Origin Energy’s Talinga Orana Gas Gathering Station near Chinchilla, 164km northwest of Toowoomba. The deal involves Monadelphous fabricating, pre-assembling and constructing two gas compression trains and supporting utilities and infrastructure no later than March 2020.
The contractor has also been procured to perform major shutdown works at BHP Mitsubishi Alliance’s Hay Point Coal Terminal in Mackay. It also won a three-year contract to provide rope access and tank inspection services at Rio Tinto’s Yarwun Alumina Refinery near Gladstone.
In Western Australia, Monadelphous won a new three-year contract to shut down and provide mechanical services at South32’s Worsley Alumina Refinery in Collie, 57km east of Bunbury. The group separately secured a tender to refurbishment the high-grade iron ore screenhouse at Rio’s Tom Price Mine.
Several job openings
Multiple job vacancies are being advertised including:
- boilermaker (multiple roles and locations)
- electrical and instrumentation technicians
- health and safety representative advisor, Coordinator and Lead (multiple roles and locations)
- mechanical fitter (multiple roles and locations)
- fly-in fly-out/drive-in drive-out (DIDO) mechanical supervisors (multiple roles)
- pipe welder (multiple roles)
- riggers (multiple roles and locations)
- DIDO/bus-in bus-out trades assistant (multiple roles and locations).
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“We are pleased to have been awarded new contracts with a number of our existing customers, highlighting the strength of our relationships and our leading reputation for quality delivery,” Monadelphous managing director Rob Velletri said in a public statement.