A construction, maintenance and mining services group has won the tender for a metal refinery in Western Australia’s metropolitan area.
SRG Global recently won the multi-disciplinary asset services contract for Alcoa of Australia’s Alumina Refinery in Kwinana, 39km south of the Perth CBD.
The agreement tasks the successful contractor with providing specialist rope access, scaffolding services and both heavy mechanical and electrical maintenance. QMEB can reveal the deal is for a five-year term and worth $90 million.
Site mobilisation is well advanced and major work is expected to start in February and end at the beginning of the year 2025.
SRG is looking for several people to fill dozens of permanent positions. An attractive remuneration package, training and career progression opportunities will be offered.
- electrical fitters (multiple positions)
- electrical technicians – high voltage and low voltage (multiple)
- electrical trades assistants (multiple)
- electrical leading hands (multiple)
- scaffolders/riggers (multiple)
- advanced scaffolders (multiple)
- scaffolder leading hands (multiple)
- rope access technicians (multiple)
- regional sales manager.
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“We are very pleased to have now executed this contract,” SRG managing director David Macgeorge said in a statement to the stock market. “This is a very significant contract award for SRG Global in our asset services division.”