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CPB Contractors wins $107M worth of construction contracts

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CPB Contractors has won $107 million worth of contracts for construction projects across Australia and India.

The Queensland Government’s Department of Education selected Broad Construction, a subsidiary of CPB Contractors, to build a music and visual arts centre and a multi-purpose sports hall at the Aspley State High School in Brisbane.

The project has commenced and is scheduled for completion in early 2021.

Rail Projects Victoria has also awarded CPB Contractors, as part of the Rail Infrastructure Alliance, additional works for the Sunbury Line Upgrade in Melbourne.

The design and construct work will provide signalling upgrades at Calder Park and is part of a broader program of work which is due for completion in 2023.

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In India, CPB company Leghton Asia was awarded two building contracts for the Hindu Heritage Experience Centre and Nita Mukesh Ambani Junior School.

CIMIC Group Chief Executive Officer Juan Santamaria said the company looks forward to contributing major project experience to these projects.

“We value the opportunity to work with our clients to efficiently deliver these projects, which will provide significant socioeconomic benefits for their communities,” Santamaria said.

CPB Contractors Managing Director Diego Zumaquero the company’s client focus delivers high-quality assets of lasting value.

“Our team’s strength is the unique combination of local knowledge and international experience that comes from our people and corporate culture. We will apply these capabilities to safely deliver each of these projects,” Zumaquero said.

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