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Engineering services firm Monadelphous Group has secured new contracts worth $110 million in the resources and infrastructure sectors.

The deals include three separate three-year contracts for maintenance work at the Dalrymple Bay coal terminal in Queensland, Synergy’s Muja power station in WA, and BHP’s Mount Arthur coal operations in NSW – as well as the design and installation of an irrigation scheme in New Zealand.

The company last month said it had already secured orders worth $275 million since the start of the financial year, which would help boost its half-year revenue by more than 30 per cent.