This brings its total order book to $815.55m.
Engineering company Civmec Limited grabbed a contract from Luerssen Australia (Luerssen) for the supply and processing of steel for all 12 vessels in the SEA1180 Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) project.
According to an announcement, following the build of the first two vessels in South Australia, the Civmec will undertake specific fabrication and construction activities for the following 10 vessels. "Final consolidation of the ten vessels will be undertaken in the Company’s new world-class shipbuilding facility, which is currently under construction adjacent to its existing water-front facilities and head office at Henderson, Western Australia," it said.
It has begun mobilising personnel and equipment to ensure steel for the project is cut in time to meet the Q4 2018 commencement for the construction of the first vessel in South Australia.
With this award, the Company’s order book now stands in excess of $815.55m (A$800m).
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