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Colin Hay

Southern Cross Electrical Engineering’s (ASX: SXE) Heyday subsidiary has been awarded extensions at two data centres in New South Wales and a range of buildings projects in the ACT, totalling around $50 million.


Heyday has been awarded by Multiplex Constructions Pty Ltd the electrical design and construct works for Separable Portion 17 – Stage 1 Phase 2 at the Artarmon NSW Data Centre. This contract marks the fifth substantial award to Heyday at the NEXTDC SYD03 Data Centre with completion expected by March 2026.


In NSW, Heyday has been awarded by J Hutchinson the Phase 2 Works at a data centre project in Sydney’s West, following on from their existing contract for the Base Building and Phase 1 Works. The works will commence in Q2 of 2024 and are scheduled to complete in Q4 of 2024.


Heyday ACT has been awarded a design and construct contract for electrical, communications and security services for the John Gorton Campus Carpark (JGC) project from Barpa Pty Ltd. The JGCC project is a five-storey building incorporating a structured carpark and a 170-place childcare centre located adjacent to the John Gorton Building Campus within the Parliamentary Triangle in Parkes, ACT.


It has also been awarded:

  • the electrical and communications contract for the ANU University House project from Hindmarsh Constructions Australia. Work is scheduled to complete late in 2025.
  • the design and construct contract for electrical and communication services for the Allara Street development located within Canberra City. The project has commenced and is expected to complete in late 2025.

“Only last month we announced our fourth award at NEXTDC’s Artamon Data Centre and this new award at that location further demonstrates the track record for delivery that Heyday has in this fast-growing sector,” SCEE Group Managing Director, Graeme Dunn, said.


“I am also pleased with the steady flow of projects that their Canberra business wins, driven in particular by their longstanding relationships with educational and government clients and, more generally, by the strong and sustained population growth in that region.”

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