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Multiple mining and rail contracts worth $260M awarded


A construction engineering company has won several tenders for a variety of mining and rail work worth a total of $260 million.

A subsidiary of CIMIC Group recently won additional operations, maintenance and manufacturing work in the rail sector.

Years of work promised

Subsidary UGL is tasked with increasing the size of Transport for NSW’s New Intercity Fleet to more than 550 carriages. Duties include building and maintaining additional passenger cars for 15 years from the first train delivery.

UGL will also build four new diesel locomotives for Pacific National and carry out mechanical, piping, electrical, instrumentation, painting and insulation services in the resources sector. QMEB can reveal the deal is for a three-year term.

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Some of these jobs are being advertised on UGL’s careers website.

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