Civmec has continued to demonstrate the strength of its in-house capabilities, with the award of several new work packages to support the delivery of vital Western Australian resource projects.

The Metals & Minerals division has been awarded a number of Run-of-Mine (ROM) packages for long-term client Roy Hill, including a civil package for the primary crushing station and conveyor tunnel works, and the supply, fabrication, surface treatment and delivery of ROM wall sections and structural steel for the transfer station. The onsite civil works commenced in March, with fabrication components being delivered progressively until late 2020.

The division also recently secured the Larego overland conveyor package from Alcoa. This is a vertical offering with the scope including civil works, fabrication, structural, mechanical & piping (SMP), electrical & instrumentation (E&I) and no-load commissioning. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2021.

Furthermore, Civmec's Oil & Gas division has been awarded a contract with Woodside, being managed by Worley, to supply, fabricate, surface treat, assemble, test and deliver an interconnector module and stair tower module for Woodside’s Pluto LNG project. The scope of work will be completed in late 2020.

CEO Pat Tallon said, “These packages will employ more than 200 personnel, providing critical employment at a time when many industries are struggling to operate. Our local fabrication capability provides our clients with surety of delivery and we are very pleased to be given this opportunity to work with long-term partners Roy Hill, Alcoa, Worley and Woodside again.”