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Golding Contractors awarded rail construction contract by Pembroke Resources

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NRW Holdings Ltd’s wholly owned subsidiary, Golding Contractors Pty Ltd, has secured the rail civil construction contract for Pembroke Resources’ Olive Downs Coking Coal project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

The civil works to be undertaken include a new 19 km rail loop for the new steelmaking coal project, including all earthworks, drainage culverts and construction of two new rail bridges.

The scope of works also includes importing capping material up to underside of ballast.

The contract is valued at circa AUS$52 million and is expected to have a duration of 14 months.

In addition, Golding has also been awarded approximately AUS$15 million of bulk earthworks, drainage and roadworks relating to the new coal handling and processing plant at Olive Downs.

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