Civmec have been successfully delivering shutdown projects at various locations for Alcoa of Australia Limited, Rio Tinto Alcan, Fortescue Metal Group (FMG), Roy Hill Mining and CITIC Pacific, which has equated to approximately AUD30 million of revenue over the past nine months.
On the back of the successful delivery to these and other clients, Civmec is pleased to announce that it will be the nominated contractor for long-term maintenance contracts for:
- Pinjarra Alumina Refinery: Calciner shutdown contract for works involving refractory, mechanical, scaffold and electrical services for Alcoa of Australia Limited.
- Queensland Alumina Refineries: Shutdown contract for works involving refractory and mechanical maintenance services.
- FMG: Ongoing, maintenance services for shutdown work across their mines and ports.
Civmec has also secured a contract to carry out modification works for BHP Billiton (BHPB) on Orebody18 mine in the Pilbara area of Western Australia. The work involves a vertical package delivery of, steelwork, site civil works, structural, mechanical, piping and electrical, instrumentation and control.
The above mentioned contracts will equate to approximately AUD85 million of ongoing works over a three-year period.
Civmec’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Patrick Tallon said: “With our current EPC works for BHPB at Jimblebar drawing to a successful close, we are very pleased to secure further works with BHPB and look forward to continuing to build on our past performance securing of nominated contractor status with our clients in the maintenance and refractory division is very rewarding following focused effort by all involved to ensure we constantly deliver on our promise, regardless of project size or value.”