SCEE secures over $70 million in electrical and data centre contracts

SYDNEY: Southern Cross Electrical Engineering Limited (SCEE Group) has announced a series of lucrative contracts across New South Wales and Western Australia, totaling over $70 million.

The awards signify SCEE Group’s expanding footprint in the data centre and resources sectors.

In New South Wales, Heyday has been entrusted with a major electrical design and construction project at the NEXTDC SYD03 Data Centre in Artarmon, with completion expected by July 2025. This marks the fourth significant contract for Heyday at this facility, highlighting their ongoing relationship and expertise in the sector.

Western Australia sees a flurry of activity with SCEE Electrical and SEME Solutions landing multiple contracts. SCEE Electrical has begun work at Rio Tinto’s Marandoo Mine, with a focus on electrical equipment for substations, aiming for a Q4 2025 finish. Additionally, they have secured a decarbonisation project from BHP for electric locomotive charging stations, a transformer installation, and a communications repeater power upgrade, all set for completion between September 2024 and September 2025.

SEME Solutions will enhance security across 26 accommodation villages in the Pilbara with new CCTV systems, reinforcing SCEE Group’s commitment to upgrading infrastructure in remote locations. This project is slated for completion in May 2025.

These contracts underscore SCEE Group’s robust capabilities in delivering complex electrical and data centre solutions across Australia.

Commenting on the above, SCEE Group Managing Director Graeme Dunn said “As we announced with our half year results, this further award from NEXTDC is the first from a pipeline of over $500m of data centre works we are tendering on or positioning for over the next two years for which SCEE Group businesses believe they have a strong chance of success.

Having already been a source of significant work for us in recent years, the data centre sector is now showing exponential growth
with cloud computing and AI developments.
We are also pleased to announce a wide range of sustaining capital and network upgrade projects for our iron ore clients in the Pilbara with whom we have relationships spanning decades.”

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