The contract, tied to the Queensland Curtis LNG project, was won by Decmil’s Eastcoast Development Engineering subsidiary.
The previous contract awarded to EDE was worth more than $98 million for the mechanical spool and installation of QGC wellheads.
Decmil CEO Scott Criddle called the contract a landmark win for the Brisbane-based EDE, which Decmil acquired in April.
“It demonstrates the success of our strategy to diversify the business and further increases our presence on the east coast,” he said.
“The win strengthens our position in the resources and oil and gas industry, which has been an increasing focus for the group over recent years.”