Decmil Group Limited (DCG) is pleased to announce it has won a major new contract with Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) as well as variations to two other significant current contracts, totalling $137 million in value. The Company’s subsidiary Decmil Australia will construct facilities for FMG’s T155 Rail support infrastructure project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, which will allow for an increase in FMG’s iron ore exporting capacity. This will include the construction of a new rail car workshop, amenities building and administration centre; carrying out modifications to an existing workshop; co-ordinating the fit-out of the new rail car workshop; and the design and construction of a locomotive provisioning building and rail operations office. The contract value is approximately $50 million.
In addition to the new contract, Decmil has secured variations to two current contracts: Additional accommodation to be added to a rail camp being constructed for FMG in the Pilbara (as initially announced 16 February 2012) with a contract variation for circa $40 million. Additional rooms to be added to the Fly Camp for the Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG Project near Onslow, Western Australia (as initially announced 11 October 2011). The contract variation is for approximately $47 million increasing the total contract to $119 million.
Decmil Group Limited Chief Executive Officer Scott Criddle said: “These wins demonstrate our ability to add significant value to key customers, providing innovative and flexible solutions to their requirements on major projects.” Decmil Group Limited (DGL) is a leading design, civil engineering and construction company, focussed on delivering integrated solutions to blue-chip clients in Australia’s oil and gas, resources and infrastructure sectors.