Leighton profit drop cushioned by port projects
Port projects remain a major positive for contractor Leighton Holdings, despite the company reporting a 66% drop in net profit for the first half of 2012.
A $1.85bn contract for the construction of the 2.1km Gorgon jetty on Barrow Island is the second most valuable contract currently held by Leighton Contractors, which is owned by Leighton Holdings.
Leighton Contractors also holds a $995m contract for...
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