Universal Communications Group Pty Ltd (UCG) has been awarded a contract by Essential Energy to supply all resources and materials to survey, design and construct over 90 kilometres of new pit and pipe and install over 105 kilometres of 96 core fibre cable between the towns of Temora and West Wyalong in regional NSW. The purpose of the project is to provide a communications service to the proposed solar farms in the outskirts of West Wyalong.
UCG is a leading supplier of network design, construction, operations, maintenance and project management services. The company works closely with Australia’s and New Zealand’s largest telecommunications operators to optimise the performance of their existing and planned infrastructure and to ensure that deployments are delivered fit for purpose and future-proofed.
This recent announcement is an exciting opportunity for UCG as it continues its growth strategy to build and operate communications networks for its clients beyond the traditional telecommunications industry. UCG’s Chief Executive Officer, Muralee Siva, stated “UCG is delighted to be given this opportunity to build a critical piece of infrastructure in regional NSW and is looking forward to being a long-term strategic partner to Essential Energy through this contract.”
Both companies are looking forward to successfully delivering this project and working together to bring advanced fibre communications to remote regions in NSW.
For further information please contact:
UCG CEO Muralee Siva on +61 7 3088 2711; or Michelle Boag on +64 21 940884