CIMIC Group’s minerals processing company, Sedgman, has secured an operations and maintenance contract at Pembroke Resources’ Olive Downs Complex in the Bowen Basin of Queensland, Australia.
The five-year contract is expected to generate revenue for Sedgman of A$125 million ($80.3 million).
Sedgman and CPB Contractors, also a CIMIC Group company, have been working together to deliver an end-to-end solution for the Olive Downs Complex processing plant since mid-2022. These additional works will extend the scope of work for Sedgman to include optimising operations, enhancing efficiency and elevating productivity at the facility.
CIMIC Group Executive Chairman, Juan Santamaria, said: “It is great to see Sedgman extend its relationship with Pembroke Resources, to deliver high standards in minerals processing using sustainable practices, leading technology and a focus on positive outcomes for local communities.”
Sedgman’s expertise and advanced digitisation is providing clients with innovative design, construction and operations solutions, the company says. These are dedicated to delivering excellence in minerals processing and reducing lifecycle emissions, net water usage and environmental footprint.
Sedgman Managing Director, Grant Fraser, said: “We are honoured to work with Pembroke Resources. The Sedgman team’s commitment to delivering tailored solutions aligns with our partners’ vision for operational success, efficiency and leading safety performance. It is our objective to drive increased throughput, reduced downtime, and enhanced asset integrity.”