A construction, maintenance and industrial services company has won the latest tender for a US$4.6 billion (A$6.6B) metal development in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Monadelphous Group recently secured a construction contract for BHP’s South Flank Iron Ore Project, 130km northwest of Newman.
The agreement involves building a reclaimer and two stackers on behalf of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions no later than April 2021. The work is expected to create about 70 jobs.
Current vacancies include:
- rail maintenance trades (multiple positions)
- shutdown supervisors (multiple)
- plant electricians (multiple)
- site manager EOI
- automotive mechanic
- API or AICIP inspector.
Successful applicants will be offered fly-in fly-out work via Perth, a “family friendly” roster of seven days on and seven days off, 12-hour working days and living subsidy (locals only).
The contractor has separately won contracts for:
- BHP’s Mining Area C Iron Ore Mine to upgrade existing conveyer equipment, power switching and stackers
- Nelson Point to demolish and rehabilitate multiple end-of-life facilities
- Nickel West’s Kalgoorlie Nickel Smelter to carry out maintenance, shutdowns and off-site repair services
- Incitec Pivot’s Queensland manufacturing facilities to provide general mechanical and maintenance services.
QMEB can reveal all of these contracts are worth a combined $110 million.