CIMIC Group’s UGL has been awarded $296 million in design, engineering, procurement, and construction contracts in the renewables and utility sectors.

UGL is one of the key construction contractors for this project, which will see them design and build two 330 kilovolt switching stations as well 65 kilometres worth of transmission lines for the MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct Connection Project for Powerlink in South West Queensland.

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CIMIC Group’s UGL has secured $296M renewable and utility contracts.

Working with APA Group, the company will perform design and construction services on the Mica Creek Solar Farm Project. This complex project includes an 88-megawatt solar farm as well as other infrastructure in the Mt Isa region of Queensland.

The company is at the forefront of innovation, and its projects extend both locally and internationally. They have been awarded contracts to engineer procure construction for an 87-megawatt solar farm as well as provide substation upgrade works at Tailem Bend Vena Energy for Vena Energy in South Australia.

Juan Santamaria, the CIMIC Group Executive Chairman and CEO said his company is pleased to support Australia’s renewable energy market by developing these projects.

The UGL Managing Director, Doug Moss said that this will be the company’s third solar project for APA Group and it continues its work on another nearby site with Vena Energy.

The contracts were all completed by the end of 2021 and it is expected that most will be finished before the year 2023.


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