Broadspectrum wins rail contract with BlueScope

Broadspectrum has won a new five-year contract to provide maintenance services to BlueScope’s 78 kilometres of rail infrastructure in the Port Kembla Steelworks, New South Wales.

This contract strengthens Broadspectrum’s long standing relationship with BlueScope, which started in 2001 and extends until 2021.

The new rail maintenance contract expands on our depth of services provided to the steelmaker, which includes asset management, facilities management, shutdowns and project management services. With the capacity to self-perform the whole scope of rail works, Broadspectrum will leverage fabrication services from its NSW industrial hub.

Broadspectrum’s Chief Executive Resources, Tom Quinn said: “I would like to thank the team for their long-term dedication to BlueScope and for their initiative to implement our rail capabilities as a value-add to our industrial services.”

Broadspectrum’s integrated service solution has been made possible by the collaboration between its Resources and Transport sectors; and from Ferrovial Services’ company, Amey, which provides extensive rail expertise and global industry-leading innovation.

Broadspectrum’s Chief Executive Transport, Peter Richardson was excited about raising the capabilities of the organisation through collaboration: “By working together with our Resources team, we are leveraging our own rail capabilities to deliver a comprehensive set of essential services to add value to our clients.”

As a Ferrovial company, Broadspectrum is committed to leveraging our global innovation and capabilities to deliver the best solutions to clients.

This five-year contract will start on 1 December 2017.