Decmil wins USD-17m EPC job on wind project in NSW

Wind park. Source: Global Power Generation (GPG)

August 6 (Renewables Now) - Australian builder Decmil Group Ltd (ASX:DCG) has won a contract worth up to AUD 23 million (USD 17m/EUR 14.4m) for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) works on a 50-MW wind project in New South Wales (NSW).

Decmil has been hired by Global Power Generation (GPG) to deliver the civil balance of plant works for the Crookwell 3 wind project. The base value of the contract amounts to AUD 21 million and it also includes exercisable options worth a further AUD 2 million.

To be more specific, Decmil will handle the construction of 16 km of roads and undertake 116,000 cubic metres of bulk earthworks for hardstands, laydowns and building pads, as well as 6,600 cubic metres of concrete in tower bases. Site work is scheduled to start next month.

Completion of the civil balance of plant works is planned for the middle of next year. The contract is part of a broader joint venture arrangement with RJE Global, which is handling the electrical balance of plant works for the same project.

The Crookwell 3 scheme envisages the installation of 16 turbines. Once they are up and running, Decmil will return to site to complete grouting.

(AUD 1.0 = USD 0.741/EUR 0.626)

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