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Civmec bags A$50m worth of contracts for major infrastructure projects in Australia
AUSTRALIA-BASED construction and engineering firm Civmec Limited has been awarded multiple new contracts for major infrastructure projects throughout New South Wales, Australia, to the combined value of approximately A$50 million (S$50.1 million), announced Civmec in a press release on Wednesday.
These new contracts include the supply of critical precast components to the Northwest Rail Link project, which is the first stage of Sydney's A$8.9 billion public transport infrastructure project.
Civmec has also secured a second package of works for the same project to carry out site concrete works as well as the precast installation for certain individual stations.
Other projects secured include two East Coast fabrication contracts.
Civmec CEO Patrick Tallon said: "Along with offering local employment opportunities, we look forward to further developing our new facility where we are incorporating the innovations and efficiencies we developed at our WA (Western Australia) Henderson facility."
Civmec's headquarters is located in Henderson, Western Australia, but the firm has regional offices across Australia, and has been listed in Singapore since 2012.