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Monadelphous wins $140m worth of new contracts

Sustainability is at the forefront of Monadelphous' fleet expansion, with the Heavy Lift unit investing in a range of new, environmentally friendly cranes.

ASX-listed engineering company, Monadelphous, has been awarded $140 million worth of new construction and maintenance contracts in the resources and energy sector.

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Announcing the news on February 26 via a media release, the multi-disciplinary international engineering firm announced it had been awarded a two-year extension to its existing contract providing midstream maintenance and turnaround services at Shell QGC’s Curtis Island operations in Gladstone, Queensland. Additionally, the company said it had also been awarded a two-year extension to its existing contract providing mechanical maintenance services at Queensland Alumina Limited’s operations.

To round out the trio, Monadelphous has been appointed to a panel providing fixed plant projects across Fortescue’s Pilbara operations in Western Australia until August 30, 2025, adding to the non-process infrastructure services panel contract awarded last financial year.

News of Monadelphous’ new contracts come as the heavy lift division of the publicly listed engineering group prepares to receive its newest asset, the Tadano Demag CC88.1600, a 1600-tonne capacity crawler crane that Monadelphous will immediately deploy on the BHP Car Dumper 3 Replacement Project. The crane will become the equal-biggest in Australia along with Tutt Bryant Heavy Lift & Shift’s CC88.1600 that recently wrapped up its work on the West Gate Tunnel Project.


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