Decmil has been named as preferred tenderer for an $11.5 million contract for roadworks on the Bruce Highway between Rockhampton and Benaraby.
Work starts in May on the project, which will include road widening, centreline treatment, barrier installation, culvert replacement and rehabilitation.
The Queensland road project was among two contract wins the company announced this morning, along with a $25 million contract as part of the Forrestfield Airport Link project in Western Australia.
Decmil chief executive officer Scott Criddle said the new projects underlined the strength of the company’s operational capability in infrastructure engineering and construction.
They bring Decmil’s order book to $411 million, $254 million of which is with state government bodies.
“The win in Queensland is significant in how it builds on our strong presence in the civil infrastructure space in Queensland,” Mr Criddle said.
“The projects also demonstrate Decmil is able to procure work in these tough economic conditions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Decmil, Bruce Highway, road