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Norfolk Group awarded $14 million contract from CTEC for Diamantina Power Station

Integrated engineering company Norfolk Group has been awarded a contract valued at more than $14 million by CTEC for electrical and instrumentation works at the Diamantina Power Station.

The contract represents the first portion of four work packages associated with the 242 MW combined cycle Diamantina Power Station, which is currently under construction in Mount Isa, Queensland. Norfolk says it is in a good position to secure the subsequent work packages.

Norfolk’s electrical and communications engineering specialist, O’Donnell Griffin, along with its mechanical engineering HVAC business, Haden, will carry out the works.

The contract involves electrical instrumentation, HVAC, fire protection and occupant warning systems works, including installation, commissioning, service and maintenance.

Norfolk’s Managing Director, Glenn Wallace, said: “The Group has developed a strong reputation in the power sector, which we continue to view as an area of future growth.”

The contract for this portion of works will commence immediately and is expected to run until the second quarter of calendar year 2013.

[Image courtesy CTEC.]

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