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Monadelphous wins Ichthys contract

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Monadelphous Group Ltd – an Australian engineering company – has announced that it has won new contracts and additional work with a combined value of approximately $125 million.

The company has won a subcontract for structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation work for Kawasaki Heavy Industries on the cryogenic tanks at the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG facilities in Darwin, Australia.

In addition to this, SinoStruct – Monadelphous’ fabrication business – has secured new work in North America. The business has received an order to supply structural steel, fabricated spooling and preassembled modular pipe racks for Jacobs, as part of a plant expansion project in the US.

The company has also been awarded four contracts in the water industry, consisting of three in New Zealand and one in Australia. These include:

  • A contract for all works including civil, structural, mechanical and electrical works associated with the upgrade to the Cleveland Bay Purification Plant for Townsville City Council.
  • Two contracts for Hastings District Council for the construction of a new sewer pipeline, water main and ancillary items in the Havelock North township and a new water main in Hastings City, New Zealand.
  • A construction contract for a wastewater treatment plant upgrade for Selwyn District Council in Rolleston, New Zealand.

The Managing Director of Monadelphous, Rob Velletri, said: “We are particularly pleased to have secured further works at Ichthys, which underlines our strong performance to date on this project.

“The award of the fabrication contract represents a strategic milestone in SinoStruct’s North American market entry strategy and the new water contracts extend our presence in the Australian and New Zealand water industries.”

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/14062017/monadelphous-wins-ichthys-contract/


 

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