Transfield Services has been awarded one new and one extended contract with NBN Co for network builds in Victoria, the company announced today.
The construction giant was awarded a two-year, $66 million contract for the construction of ‘build drops’ (exterior pre-house connections) in the state, and a two-year extension to its current $133 million, two-year contract to design and construct the fibre-optic network in Victoria, worth up to $300 million.
The contract means Transfield will work alongside fellow NBN contractor Visionstream in the state. Visionstream was awarded the Victorian works as part of a two-year $334 million fibre rollout contract also across Queensland and southern NSW.
It follows from Transfield’s $170 million, two-year Sydney fibre contract win in late March.
In May 2012, Transfield was awarded a three-year contract for $41 million for the provision of comprehensive facilities maintenance services for all NBN Co sites across the country.