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SCEE secures over $40m worth of contracts in WA and NSW

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Posted by Monica Gameng

Southern Cross Electrical Engineering (SCEE) has won a number of contracts with a total value of approximately $40 million.

Through the Kentech-SCEE Joint Venture, the company has been awarded a contract worth more than $30 million for additional works on the Wheatstone gas project, under a subcontract with Bechtel. SCEE’s additional scope of works will include electrical and instrumentation installation services.

SCEE has also won contracts valued at approximately $10 million with construction company Bouygues for works on four solar farms in New South Wales. Under their contract, the company’s scope of works will include the design and construction of photovoltaic electrical packages at the Parkes, Griffiths, Dubbo and Narromine solar farms.

“It is pleasing to continue to secure further work on our existing resources projects whilst increasingly diversifying organically with our first projects in the renewables sector,” said SCEE Managing Director Graeme Dunn.

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Source: Business News WA

Monica Gameng

Monica Gameng

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