An engineering and construction contractor has won two tenders at part of a $21 billion resources development in Central Queensland’s Galilee Basin.
Decmil Group recently secured the rail accommodation construction and early contractor services contracts for Adani Australia’s Carmichael Coal Project, 160km northwest of Clermont.
Potential for more work
The contractor is responsible for designing and constructing rail accommodation and also scoping bulk earthworks along the primary freight rail alignment as part of the Carmichael Rail Network.
QMEB can reveal the deals are worth a combined $41.4 million and there is potential to expand the early contractor services (ECS) contract.
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“Should the ECS be successfully completed it is anticipated that Decmil will enter into contract for the construction works,” Decmil said in a statement to the share market.
Work is expected to start immediately on both packages. Decmil is currently recruiting either a drive-in drive-out or fly-in fly-out graduate engineer, site engineer, site manager and project supervisor. Click here to apply.
General work opportunities at the mine are advertised on Adani’s Regional Content Strategy website.