ASX-listed engineering company Monadelphous says it has secured about A$1.1 billion of new work in the past nine months, this week adding circa-$125 million of BHP, Rio Tinto and Albermarle contracts.
Monadelphous also secured a contract with Bechtel to provide haulage and lifting services at energy company Woodside’s Pluto Train 2 LNG project in Western Australia, through Alevro, its heavy lifting services joint venture with Fagioli.
Two new five-year contracts at Albemarle Lithium’s Kemerton operations in WA cover the provision of maintenance services and resources for sustaining capital projects.
Monadelphous said multiple contracts at Rio Tinto’s Pilbara iron ore operations in WA would see it replace an overland conveyor belt at the Western Turner Syncline mine and continue providing marine infrastructure maintenance services at the Cape Lambert and Dampier ports for a further two years.
BHP has meanwhile engaged Monadelphous to complete maintenance work at its Pilbara iron ore operations.