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BuildingIQ subsidiary, Buildingsense, awarded $4.6 million Forrestfield-Airport Link contract

1 May 2019

BuildingIQ Inc. (ASX: BIQ), a tech-enabled services business, today announced its majority-owned subsidiary, Buildingsense, has had a significant project win, being awarded the electrical and control contract for the HVAC (heating, ventilation and control) System by Salini Impregilo – NRW Joint Venture for the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia’s major infrastructure project, the Forrestfield-Airport Link (Forrestfield).

Buildingsense will deliver all the HVAC control infrastructure for this greenfield project, including sensing; monitoring; automated control; data collection; switch gear and associated cabling.

Contract Summary
  • Customer: Salini Impregilo – NRW Joint Venture
  • Contract length: 27 months from April 2019. Major installation work will occur through 2019 and into 2020 with commissioning in early 2021.
  • Total contract value of A$4.6 million + GST
  • Requires performance bond of A$230k in place by end of May 2019
  • FY2019 expected revenue of approximately A$1.5million + GST
  • Positive cashflow of approx. A$1.0 million over the life of the project. In the initial six to nine months, there are significant cash funding requirements so short-term financing will be used to manage cash flows for the project.

About Salini Impregilo – NRW Joint Venture

As a joint venture, Italian-based Salini Impregilo and ASX-listed NRW Holdings (ASX: NRW) were awarded the design and construct contract for the Forrestfield-Airport Link project in April 2016. The $1.176 billion contract also includes a 10-year maintenance period.

About Forrestfield-Airport Link

The $1.86 billion Forrestfield-Airport Link is jointly funded by the Australian and West Australian Governments and will deliver a new rail service to the eastern suburbs of Perth - with three new stations at Redcliffe, Airport Central and Forrestfield.

The rail link forms part of the METRONET vision to create liveable communities connected by world class public transport. The line will spur off the existing Midland Line near Bayswater Station and run to Forrestfield through twin-bored tunnels.

First trains will operate on the new line in the second half of 2021.

For further information contact:

Lisa Jones
Company Secretary
Ph. +61 2 9360 0602

Christine Bowen
Ph.: +61 414 861 629

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BuildingIQ (ASX: BIQ) helps building owners and operators worldwide lower energy use, increase building operations efficiency and enhance tenant comfort. The Company’s 5i cloud-based platform and Managed Services deliver on the promise of Internet of Things (IoT) for buildings. More than 125M square feet of building space is currently under management with

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