Wednesday 8th Apr, 2020

Monadelphous wins $110M worth of contracts

A number of construction and maintenance contracts worth around $110 million have been awarded to the Monadelphous Group, including one to construct one of the world’s largest reclaimer and stackers for BHP.

The engineering company was selected by BHP to build a reclaimer and two stackers at the South Flank project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

This contract, which was awarded with thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, is expected to create around 70 jobs and complete in the first quarter of 2021.

Monadelphous will upgrade to BHP’s existing conveyor equipment, power switching and stackers at Mining Area C iron ore mine site in the Pilbara. This is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2020.

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During the same period, Monadelphous will provide its services to the mining company at Nelson Point in Port Hedland. This is associated with the demolition and rehabilitation of end-of-life facilities and expected to commence this month.

BHP has also extended its existing contract with Monadelphous for the provision of maintenance, shutdowns and off-site repair services for 12 additional months at Kalgoorlie Nickel Smelter.

In Queensland, Monadelphous is contracted to provide general mechanical and maintenance services for three years as part of Incitec Pivot’s scheduled turnarounds for its manufacturing facilities.