Alltype wins $10m in contracts

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Alltype has been contracted by AGIG for the upgrade of its Solomon metering station located approximately 280 km southeast of Karratha in Western Australia.

The works will increase the station’s capacity from 26 TJ/day to 64 TJ/day, with new filtration, metering and pressure control equipment to be installed to supply gas through a second metered connection to a new power station at Fortescue Metals Group’s iron ore mine.

Alltype’s scope of works includes fabrication, assembly and installation of new process piping and a control skid, fabrication and installation of off-skid pipe and supports, installation of a new water bath heater, and electrical and instrumentation works.

The company has also been contracted to complete other works across the oil and gas, energy, mining and water infrastructure industries, with its recent spate of contracts worth approximately $10 million in total.

“Alltype Engineering continues to build a reputation and market awareness around our capability to safely and reliably deliver multidiscipline projects involving both workshop fabrication and site construction scopes,” said Alltype Managing Director Kelvin Andrijich.

“Our expansion plans are back on track with an increasing number of opportunities for site construction works being tendered in the eastern states, with turnkey project bids having been submitted or prepared for works in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.”

For more information visit the Alltype website.

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