WestStar Industrial Limited’s (ASX: WSI) engineering construction contracting business Alltype Engineeringhas been awarded a new major contract valued at circa $25 million by APA Group (APA).
This contract further bolsters and contributes to the WestStar FY2022 order book and aligns with Alltype Engineering’s strategic plan to focus and deliver on major turnkey construction projects.
For Alltype Engineering, this contract is a result of its demonstrated experience in delivering projects successfully for APA Group and the wider Western Australian gas industry. Alltype Engineering will commence work immediately with works planned to be completed by Q3, 2022.
Having worked with APA Group for over 15 years in various roles, we are excited to be awarded this project that fits well within our delivery capabilities and project team experience,” Alltype Engineering. Managing Director, Kelvin Andrijich, said.
“We are equally pleased that this capability has been recognised by APA Group through consistent project performance for the past three years, reflecting the commitment and capability of our people in the turnkey construction project space.”
“Alltype Engineering continues to build our market presence and capabilities by safely and reliably delivering multidisciplinary projects. By executing the workshop fabrication, SMP and E&I scopes and partnering with key experienced and aligned partners for camp, civil and concrete scopes, we are able to offer a seamless end to end solution which de-risks project delivery.”
APA has contracted Alltype Engineering to deliver a new two-unit Gas Turbine Centrifugal Gas Compressor Station in the Midwest region of Western Australia, 50km east of Geraldton, as part of the Northern Goldfields Interconnect (NGI) project.
The NGI project provides for interconnection of APA Goldfields Gas Pipeline and the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline (DBNGP) via a new connection at Eradu, WA. The NGI consists of a 580km, 12-inch, class 900 pipeline with a dual unit compressor station located adjacent to the offtake at Eradu. This portion of the overall project provides for the construction of a new green field compressor station at the inlet of the new pipeline. The compressor station project is known as Ambania Compressor Station.
The Ambania Compressor Station project involves site establishment, camp, earthworks, civil, concrete, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation scopes, for both workshop (structural steel, pipe spooling and skids) and onsite (where the majority of the scope will be undertaken), with remote area working conditions and logistics.