A construction engineering company has won a tender at part of a $3.4 billion metal project in southwest Australia.
SRG Global recently secured the asset services contract at South32’s Worsley Alumina Project, 55km northeast of Bunbury in Western Australia.
The long-term deal involves providing scaffold services, highly skilled rope access technicians and other engineered access solutions across the entire operation for an initial three year term.
QMEB can reveal the deal is worth $32 million and this could increase to a total of $60 million if the contract is extended for a further three years, making it six years in total.
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100 new jobs up for grabs
Works is scheduled to start this month and will create an additional 100 full-time positions.
SRG is already looking for local and FIFO heavy diesel fitters, boilermakers and a rope access non-destructive testing supervisor.
More jobs will be advertised on Seek shortly: seek.com.au/SRG-Global-jobs/in-Western-Australia-WA
“The opportunity to work with a world-renowned mining company like South32 at its long-established Worsley Alumina project in South West WA is a great achievement for SRG Global,” SRG Global managing director David Macgeorge said in a public statement. “The effort our team put in during the competitive tendering process is admirable and I commend them on a fantastic result.”