OTOC Australia wins $3m Roy Hill contract

Image credit: www.otoc.com.au

OTOC Limited has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary OTOC Australia has been awarded a $3 million contract on the Roy Hill iron ore project in the Pilbara.

Image credit: www.otoc.com.au
Image credit: www.otoc.com.au

According to the news release by OTOC, the contract is for in-ground services for the Mine Process Plant (civil works) for NRW Holdings, which is sub-contractor to Samsung C&T for construction and earthworks undertaken at Roy Hill.

“OTOC is pleased to be awarded this initial contract at Roy Hill. This contract provides OTOC with exposure to the development of this very large and globally significant iron ore project. We believe the quality of our work and on-the-ground presence at Roy Hill will result in significant opportunities to increase our services to NRW and expand the range of services we can deliver to assist in the development of Roy Hill,” said Simon Thomas, CEO of OTOC.

OTOC Limited is a leading provider of infrastructure services through its wholly owned operations OTOC Australia and Whelans. The company specialises in the installation of infrastructure for Government, mining and oil gas projects. OTOC Australia has a successful track record of delivering turnkey infrastructure solutions for blue-chip clients including Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Roy Hill and FMG.