Australia-based Civmec Limited (Civmec or the Group) reported Monday that it has secured two new projects following the recent establishment of a new division offering refractory maintenance services.
For the first, awarded by joint venture partners Sydney-based UGL Resources and London-listed engineering specialist Kentz, Civmec will send a project team to Darwin to provide refractory installation services to the Ichthys liquefied natural gas (LNG) onshore facilities offshore Australia. The scope of work includes installation of high-alumina refractory bricks and monolithics, and thermal dryout.
For the second contract, Civmec will be required to carry out refractory installation work on the Chevron-operated Gorgon project off Western Australia. The contract includes supplying specialist services to execute refractory installation works to stringent international standards.
Patrick Tallon, CEO of Civmec, said, “At Civmec we place great importance on all projects regardless of value and see these awards to our new refractory division as strategically important. They affirm the rising demand for our highly specialized services and reflect companies' confidence in our ability to meet stringent standards.”
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