The work, which could be worth an estimated ВЈ500m, will include capital asset replacement and reinforcement to overhead lines and underground cables up to 33kV.
Morgan Est will also carry out distribution plant replacement work up to 11kV, remedial work programmes, which includes broken insulators and plant, building and civil works.
Work will begin in April next year with Morgan Est working across Central NetworksвЂ™ eastern region.
Morgan EstвЂ™s managing director, Mark Cutler, said being selected as preferred partner was a "fantastic result for our utilities team and for the wider Morgan Est business".ADVERTISEMENT
He added: "Central Networks is one of our blue-chip customers who are committed to collaborative working. The contract will provide secure revenue and workload for the next 10 years. It builds on a strong relationship developed with Central Networks over the last decade and further reinforces our position in the electrical infrastructure sector.вЂќ
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