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Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has won another $70 million work at Citic Pacific's Sino Iron project in the Pilbara.

The electrical and instrumentation works come on top of a $10 million contract won earlier this month at the Cape Preston magnetite project.

The $70 million contract covers the installation and commissioning of E&I works across the project's third to sixth process lines. The job begins next month.

SCEE managing director Simon High said Sino Iron had been identified as a core project for his company over the next two years.

"The addition of approximately $80 million of new work provides a timely boost to our already strong order book as we move into financial year 2015," Mr High said.

SCEE's shares were down 0.5 cents to 63.5 cents at 12.38pm.

The West Australian

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