Perth-based Electrical Construction & Maintenance (ECM) says it is well positioned for further growth in Queensland after securing $100 million worth of jobs on Queensland Gas Company's QCLNG project.
ECM will sub-contract to Thiess on electrical and instrumentation work on several central processing plants and field compressor stations on the upstream component of the project.
"ECM now has more than 500 in its Queensland workforce, and continues to pursue emerging opportunities in the oil and gas market," the company said.
The company, established in Perth in 1986, opened an office in Brisbane in November 2012.
ECM managing director and chief executive Simon Higgins said the company was also working with Kiewit for the delivery of the electrical and instrumentation works for Chevron's Wheatstone LNG project in Onslow.