UGL has won a $280 million maintenance contract for Stanwell Corporation's energy facilities.
The four year contract, which includes a one year option to extend work for another five years, will see UGL provide facilities maintenance and management, asset maintenance and management, overhauls, and project works.
"These services will provided right across Stanwell's coal, gas, and hydro energy assets in Queensland," the company said in a statement.
"The contract is a significant win for our Power business, demonstrating UGL's ability to service client; we look forward to working with Stanwell to maintain and optimise the company's portfolio of energy assets in Queensland," UGL's managing director Richard Leupen said.
This latest award comes after a massive $740 million contract for structural, mechanical, and piping work on the Icthys LNG project in Darwin.