A construction, maintenance and asset management company has won multiple contracts for part of two gas developments worth a combined $125 billion.
A subsidiary of CIMIC Group recently secured the maintenance, turnarounds and project services tender packages for Chevron’s US$54B (A$80.35B) Gorgon Gas Project on Barrow Island, 88km off the shore of Onslow as well as its A$45B Wheatstone LNG Project, 304km southwest of Karratha.
Successful contractor UGL will continue to be responsible for carrying out mechanical, electrical, structural, piping, instrumentation and access work for maintenance, plant turnaround and brownfield execution.
As many as 1000 workers will be required and many of them will be upskilled and even include apprentices. QMEB can reveal the deals are worth a total of $450 million.
UGL has started recruiting for the following vacancies:
- quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) leads (multiple positions)
- QA/QC advisors (multiple)
- electrical and instrumentation technicians (multiple)
- electrical and instrumentation work pack engineer
- health, safety and environment administrator.
“These contracts exemplify the strength of UGL’s solid client relationships and its position as a market leader in the delivery of maintenance and mechanical, electrical and instrumentation services to the oil and gas industry,” CIMIC Group CEO Juan Santamaria said in a public statement.