Transfield Services awarded A$281 million in contracts
Transfield Services today announced that it has been awarded contracts worth a combined A$281 million across its Australian and New Zealand operations. The contracts include:
- A one-year A$70 million extension to a five-year contract with the Defence Support Group (DSG), to continue providing Garrison Support Services to more than 50 sites across Southern Victoria.
- A three-year contract with NBN Co for the provision of comprehensive facilities maintenance services for all NBN Co sites across Australia.
- An eight-year NZ$200 million contract to implement renewal activities as part of Auckland Transport’s South Rural Road Corridor Maintenance upgrade. The contracted scope of work covers 1,237 kilometres of road and is for four years with two two-year performance based extensions.
- A two-year extension to deliver facilities management services to Austin Health in Melbourne. The contract expands the Company’s scope of work to incorporate Austin Hospital, Austin Health’s main campus. Transfield Services now maintains all of Austin Health’s campuses and grounds.
“These contracts demonstrate the diversity and strength of our operations,” said Transfield Services Managing Director and CEO, Peter Goode. “We will continue to use our expertise to ensure these essential assets are operated and maintained to the highest standard.”
The Company has provided Garrison Support Services to the Department of Defence for more than a decade and has a significant scope of work as part of the NBN roll out. It also has an extensive global roads business and provides facilities management services to essential assets across Australia and New Zealand.