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Decmil and SCEE strike a deal

PERTH-based engineering group Decmil and sub-contractor Southern Cross Electrical Engineering have agreed on a confidential settlement to end their long-running $11 million contract dispute over works done at Rio Tinto's Amrun mine, in Far North Queensland in 2017.

 Settlement remains confidential

Settlement remains confidential

Decmil awarded SCEE a $6 million subcontract in May 2017 to design, supply and construct the electrical, communications, instrumentation and controls at Amrun. However, SCEE claimed it had to deliver...

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