Bhagwan Marine has been awarded a marine maintenance contract by the Port of Melbourne following a competitive tender.
The contract scope covers the inspection, reporting, and maintenance of the Port of Melbourne’s infrastructure assets from the lower reaches of the Yarra River to every corner of the vast expanse of Port Phillip Bay. Minor capital works are also to be delivered under the contract.
Bhagwan will provide vessels, including inshore construction vessels and workboats based permanently in the port, with specialists to undertake tasks inclusive of diving, inspection, maintenance, and repairs.
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