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UGL wins $135M worth of contracts

The New South Wales Government has awarded the main works contract to build the Prince of Wales Hospital’s new Acute Services Building as part of the $720 million Randwick Campus Redevelopment.

CIMIC Group’s UGL will deliver two switching stations and around 65 kilometres of transmission line for Powerlink, following the win of two major contracts.

The 330kV transmission line will be built over 18 months to connect the MacIntyre Precinct in South West Queensland to the transmission network.

The company has secured two contracts $135 million in the resources and utilities sector.

As part of the second contract, UGL will provide maintenance, projects and turnaround services for its existing client, Viva Energy in Victoria over a two-year period.

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CIMIC Group Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Juan Santamaria said UGL has a national presence providing specialised engineering expertise to clients in the resources and utilities space.

“We’re pleased to again work with Viva Energy and Powerlink to support critical infrastructure for communities around the country,” Santamaria said.

UGL Managing Director Doug Moss said: “UGL has a strong reputation in the resources and utilities industries, and these contract awards demonstrate our relationship with existing clients and the faith they put in us to deliver safe, quality and reliable outcomes for their businesses.”

Both contracts are effective from October 2021.

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