Engineering firm Civmec recently secured A$105.4 million of work in Western Australia for three separate projects, including a contract at the Iron Bridge magnetite project in the Pilbara region.

The contract for the Iron Bridge joint venture, which involves Fortescue Metals Group’s subsidiary FMG Iron Bridge as well as Formosa Steel IB, includes the supply of 4,700 tonnes of conveyor, trusses and trestles for the project. 

The work is already in process, having begun in October, and the majority of the activities will wrap up during FY2021, Civmec said. Deliveries will mainly come from the Civmec Henderson facility in Western Australia.

“Having recently commenced the onsite activities for the recently awarded civil concrete package for the same project and as we draw closer to completion on the Eliwana project for Fortescue, it is pleasing to get the opportunity to further underpin the relationship,” the company said.

The other awards include a contract to fabricate, modularise and commission a ship loader for BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) for the Hay Point loading port in central Queensland, along with a five-year deal for onshore and offshore support in Australia for Woodside Energy.