PRESS RELEASE: The demand-based contract will deliver revenue to UGL of approximately A$180 million (US$126 million).
Under the new contract UGL will deliver coal handling preparation plant (CHPP) maintenance and scheduled plant outage maintenance services; as well as infrastructure maintenance services, including field equipment, remote fuel farms, sewerage and water treatment plants.
CIMIC Group CEO Michael Wright said: "This contract award signifies UGL's position as a market leader in the delivery of maintenance and shutdown services and the strength of our capability in the Australian mining and services sectors."
UGL managing director Jason Spears added: "We are proud of our long-standing partnership with BMA. This contract reflects our solid reputation for supporting the BMA operations teams through the safe delivery and performance of maintenance and shutdown services."