SINGAPORE (May 13): Australia-based Civmec announced on Wednesday that it has been awarded a “significant scope of work” in the further development of Rio Tinto’s Mesa A at Robe Valley in Western Australia.

Collectively, this contract – combined with other recent orders from Rio Tinto’s maintenance division – is worth A$165 million ($151.6 million), which brings the company’s order book to around A$895 million.

The contract involves the construction of three mining deposits as well as the supporting infrastructure needed for operations to continue at Mesa A and Mesa J, Civmec said in a regulatory filing.

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