Decmil secures $46m of defence contracts

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Decmil Australia Pty Ltd, the wholly owned subsidiary of Decmil Group Limited, has been awarded a number of contracts worth $46 million by the Department of Defence in Western Australia, NSW, Northern Territory and Queensland.

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According to the company, in Western Australia the projects include a combat range refurbishment and bullet escalator trap replacement at Campbell Barrack in Swanbourne, and upgrade to water supply infrastructure at the Bindoon Training Area, asbestos remediation and maintenance works of the hangars at RAAF Pearce in Bullsbrook, civil and infrastructure works at Irwin Barracks in Karrakatta and various refurbishment and remediation packages as HMAS Stirling on Garden Island.

In NSW, the company has been awarded sub-contract packages for the installation of stainless steel aircraft fuel lines and construction of new hot refuelling points. Decmil said the upgrade includes the installation of a new fuel control building and associated crew rooms at HMAS Albatross in Parma.

According to the company, additional work was also secured at Robertson Barracks in the Northern Territory and Wide Bay in Queensland, where Decmil was already performing various works.

Decmil Group Limited offers a diversified range of services to the Australian resources and infrastructure industries. Companies within the group specialise in design, civil engineering and construction; accommodation services; mechanical fabrication; maintenance; and telecommunications.