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DOUGLAS MINERAL SANDS PROJECT
Pipeline - Construction New project In The West Wimmera Council Area. Contract 1 is for the construction of a 22 km buried pipeline along an existing access track, through an existing access 1km tunnel and across 15 km of pastoral land. Click for more details...

ALCOA REFINERIES
Co-Generation Power Plants project at At Pinjarra, Kwinana & Wagerup, ., WA 6999 In The Council Area Of Various of Private. The first of these plants is to be at Pinjarra. The facility is being built in two stages, each comprising a gas-fired co-generation facility. Click for more details...

EASTERN GOLDFIELDS - NICKEL/GOLD
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project In The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Council Area of Mines - Gas-Fired Power Stations (4) type. 4 x 40 megawatt power stations to be built to supply electricity to the Company's Mt Keith, Leinster & Kambalda nickel operations. In addition, a new power station is to be installed at the Kalgoorlie nickel smelter. Proposals will utilise gas from the Pilbara-Goldfields pipeline which is due to deliver gas July/August 1996. 200mm diameter spur lines will be constructed to the gas pipeline & a transmission line will connect Mt Keith & Leinster sites. Waste heat from the turbines is to be used at the nickel processing plants. Lateral line of 7.6 km with a 500m easement is planned for Mt Keith. Click for more details...

EASTERN GOLDFIELDS - NICKEL/GOLD
Mining - Civil Services (Transmission lines/towers, switching yards, transformers, substations, cabling) project In The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Council Area of Mines - Gas-Fired Power Stations (4) type. 4 x 40 megawatt power stations to be built to supply electricity to the Company's Mt Keith, Leinster & Kambalda nickel operations. In addition, a new power station is to be installed at the Kalgoorlie nickel smelter. Proposals will utilise gas from the Pilbara-Goldfields pipeline which is due to deliver gas July/August 1996. 200mm diameter spur lines will be constructed to the gas pipeline & a transmission line will connect Mt Keith & Leinster sites. Waste heat from the turbines is to be used at the nickel processing plants. Lateral line of 7.6 km with a 500m easement is planned for Mt Keith. Click for more details...

TOWNSVILLE POWER STATION
Civil Contract - For Power Station Modification project at via, Yabulu, QLD 4818 in the Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation). Civil works & foundations for conversion of a gas powered plant to a co generation plant for production of electricity. Click for more details...

AUSTAR COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION
Mining - Civil Services (Transmission lines/towers, switching yards, transformers, substations, cabling) project In The Cessnock Council Area of Operating Mine - Extn - Stage 3 type. For longwall extraction from panels A1 & A2 using a new method of longwall mining known as longwall top caving. For the construction and operation of some additional surface infrastructure including a larger capacity ventilation fan, downcast shaft, substation, nitrogen injection plant, tube bundle shed, and diesel storage and dispatch system, and for the upgrading of some existing surface infrastructure including the water treatment plant, and the water reticulation and pumping system. Click for more details...

TARONG NORTH POWER STATION PROJECT
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project at Tarong Rd (adjacent to existing power station), Tarong, QLD 4615 for New. Additional coal fired plant to supply 800-850MW Click for more details...

KARUMBA PORT
, Karumba, QLD 4891 Has Karumba Port currently at Construction stage. 4 megawatts installed & approx 2.2 megawatts operating diesel fueled power station. Click for more details...

RAVENSTHORPE NICKEL PROJECT
Currently at the Construction stage In Ravensthorpe is a project estimated to be $ 10000000. This project The power and steam generation plant includes three steam turbines, three package boilers, two diesel generators and mechanical and electrical equipment. Available steam from the acid plant will also be used in the steam turbines to generate electrical power. Click for more details...

ALCAN GOVE BAUXITE OPERATIONS - REFINERY EXPANSION
A project in the NT Within East Arnhem Shire. Refinery expansion will increase production from a current 2 Mt/y to 3.8Mt/y in 2007. All new process areas will be concrete bunded with sumps installed. Stormwater drainage and utilities will be extended to all new areas and facilities. The existing sewerage treatment facility will be upgraded by the addition of separate reticulation and package sewerage plants. Proposed expansion includes stockpiling and handling. Bauxite will not be exported from Gove anymore but will be directed to the refinery. Stockpile sizes will remain the same, but stacker and feed conveyor systems will be upgraded or replaced and the refinery reclaimer will also be replaced. Three new grinding mills will be installed to replace the old rod and ball mills. One new mill slurry tank and pump transfer system together with one train of indirect mill slurry equipment will be installed. The heated feed will now be processed in a new high temperature double digestion process. A third low temperature digestion plant will be installed, as well as deep-cone thickners and high pressure pumps. The mud and liquor residue will be seperated in pressure decanters and processed through a train of new high rate washers and a single train of five deep cone thickners. The existing washers and thickners will be used for storage of residue liquids. Some will be demolished. Six new vertical pressure filters will be installed in a new security filtation area to process most of the turbid liquor flow from the thickners. Agglomeration precipitators and growth precipitators will be added to increase capacity as well as two interstage cooling facilities will be installed on each growth precipitator train. Flash vessels and a barometric condenser will be installed using cooling water from new cooling towers. A new hydrocyclone classification system with three classification stages allowing three different sized hydrate streams to be produced will be installed. A new filtration area and equipment will be installed to conduct filtration of various hydrate streams. Equipment will include six drum filters, vacum pumps and air blowers. Three new stationary calciners will be installed in conjunction with new hydrate conveyors and upgraded aluminia transfer systems. A new evaporation plant will be installed as well as cooling towers for vapour removal in the last three flash stages. Lime plant capacity will be increased from 140 t/h to 200 t/h by installing a new burner system and modifying the kiln's internal geometry. A new burnt lime storage silo will be installed. The existing power station will be converted from fuel oil to gas that will involve a new boiler and associated turbine units. The neutralisation plant will include a mixing tank and two thickners in a bunded area. New liquor purification plant will be constructed involving two seperate plants for the mixing and drying stage. Click for more details...

KOGAN CREEK POWER PROJECT - CRANES/HOISTS/ELEVATOR
South of, Brigalow, QLD 4412 Has Kogan Creek Power Project - Cranes/Hoists/Elevator currently at Construction stage. Crane supply comprising: 1 Crane in the Steam Turbine Building main hoist 180 t, Span approx. 25 mauxiliary hoist 1 25 t, auxiliary hoist 2 5 t, 1 Crane above Feed Water Pumps Lifting capacity 25 t, span approx. 10.5 m, 1 Jib Crane in the Turbine Building Lifting capacity 25 t, Swing 9 m, 1 Crane in the Switchgear Building Lifting capacity 2 t, 1 Crane in the Workshop Building Lifting capacity 5 t, Span approx. 8.8 m, 1 Crane in the Workshop Building Lifting capacity. Elevator supply comprises 1 Elevator in the Steam Turbine Building Stop levels are provided on the mayor grating elevations(4 landings). The elevation 0,0 m has two loading sides. Scope of supply includes planning, calculation and design, manufacturing, inspection at works and documentation included, Packing and delivery free on site DDU, Supervision of erection and commissioning, Acceptance test and test load provision, Operating and maintenance manuals, Documentation. Click for more details...

KOGAN CREEK POWER PROJECT - FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM
Private ownership Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project In The Western Downs Regional Council Area for New development. Includes pumps, extinguishers. Click for more details...

KWINANA ALUMINA REFINERY
Mining - Civil Services (Waste water/sewerage treatment, sew./waste pipes) project In The Kwinana Council Area of Carbonation Facility - Upgrade type. Includes installation of a new carbonation vessel, modifications to the existing carbonation facility, a new causticisation facility (2 causticisers and a 200 kL lime slurry storage tank and a new discharge pipeline between the causticisation facility and the residue disposal area H. Click for more details...

KOGAN CREEK POWER STATION - BOILER HOUSE/PIPING
Kogan Creek Power Station - Boiler House/Piping is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 200000 it is Main Components Sheet: 0.42bmt zincalume: 10,000m2 Purline & Girts: Z300, Z250, 7,700m2 Total weight Approx. 350ton. Delivery date at site June 2005. Basic design by BHK. Detailed design, Material & Fabrication by Supplier. Click for more details...

HARTS RANGE GARNET/AMH PROJECT - WATER PIPELINE
15 Km Water Pipeline New project In The Alice Springs Town Council Area. Pipeline will now longer be needed as there will now be no wet plant constructed. Click for more details...

LIDDELL POWER STATION - CLEANING CONTRACT
Private ownership Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project In The Muswellbrook Council Area for New development. The work covered by this specification include the routine cleaning of various offices, amenities and miscellaneous plant and structures at the power station and surrounding plant areas. Surrounding areas include coal conveyors, rail unloader facility, Liddell ash dam, switchyards and switchrooms. The work will include the cleaning of offices, meal rooms, kitchens, public areas, vestibules, porches, toilets, showers, plant and equipment rooms at the power station and environs. This shall cover the exteriors of buildings including any courtyard areas, external paving, adjacent footpaths, nature strips and guttering. Clean up and /or removal of various accumulated, or split, non toxic materials and rubbish from all areas of the plant. Unblocking/cleaning out material transfer points (ie. coal chutes), various pits, pipes,conduits, trenches, gutters, bunds, sluiceways etc. Degreasing and pressure cleaning of plant and equipment. Click for more details...

COOPER BASIN HDR GEOTHERMAL PROJECT - DEMONSTRATION GEOTHERMAL PLANT - STAGE 2 - ERECTION
Cooper Basin via, Innamincka, SA 5731 Has Cooper Basin Hdr Geothermal Project - Demonstration Geothermal Plant - Stage 2 - Erection currently at Planning stage. For the stage 2 construction of 3-5 MW demonstration geothermal plant. Click for more details...

LIDDELL POWER STATION - PERIODIC SLASHING/PLOUGHING CONTRACT
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project In The Muswellbrook Council Area of Private ownership. Work involves the provision of mobile plant and labour to undertake grass mowing, slashing, whipper snipping, ploughing of fire breaks and other general site maintenance work. Click for more details...

DAWSON SOUTH STAGE TWO PROJECT - COAL HANDLING PREPARATION PLANT
Dawson South Stage Two Project - Coal Handling Preparation Plant is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 400000000 it is Development comprises the development of a Coal handling Preparation Plant (CHPP) to process 5 Mtpa. Coal will be delivered by an overland conveyor with the CHPP processing at 2000 tonnes per hour in two stage mode and 3400 tonnes per hour in single stage mode. The plant will comprise six fully automated stacker and reclaimer machines, dense medium cyclones, spirals and flotation circuits. Coal will then be loaded by a high capacity automated reclaimers to a new rail load out facility. Click for more details...

HOPE DOWNS EXPLORATION CAMP
Hope Downs Exploration Camp is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 4000000 it is Development comprises the construction of 148 person exploration camp in 37 accommodation blocks. Associated infrastructure includes kitchen, laundry,sport facilities, workshop, power generation facilities will also be constructed. A waste water treatment plant will be constructed to service the camp. Click for more details...

IRON ORE RAPID GROWTH 3 PROJECT - AREA C/RAIL - SIGNALLING
Signalling project at Near, Newman, WA 6753 in the Mining - Civil Services (Rail loops, Track work, Signalling, Rolling stock, Switching yards). Signalling at Weeli, Poonda, Yeerabiddy and Area C Click for more details...

LIDDELL POWER STATION - EFFLUENT DISPOSAL SYSTEM/PIPELINE
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) New project at At, Liddell, NSW 2333. This type is Effluent Disposal System/Mine Conveyor Washdown Pipeline with Private ownership. The Contract shall be for all works associated with the construction of a new effluent disposal system from the Liddell Sewage Plant to the Liddell Ash Dam. The Contract also includes for the construction of a new mines conveyor washdown pipeline to M2/M1 transfer house. Click for more details...

DAANDINE GAS PROJECT - POWER STATION CIVIL WORKS CONTRACT
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project In The Western Downs Regional Council Area of Civil Works Contract type. Civil works for a new power station. Click for more details...

NULLAGINE GOLD PROJECT - ACCOMMODATION VILLAGE/ANCILLARY FACILITIES
Accommodation Village/Ancillary Facilities project at 10 km South of, Nullagine, WA 6758 In The Council Area Of East Pilbara of Private. A 120 person accommodation village and ancillary buildings to be constructed. Living units will be both two and four room transportable accommodation units with their own ensuite shower and toilet. Ancillary buildings and facilities to be constructed comprise a dry mess and kitchen including refrigeration and dry storage area, outdoor barbeque area, wet mess inclusive of a small retail facility, laundry facility, recreational room including TV, tea & coffee making facilities, gymnasium, sports court and equipment, resident phone facilities, 5 or 6 person transportable units for short term residents, additional ablutions for recreational areas and short term residential accommodation, LPG facility to provide gas for cooking and hot water systems, truck delivery and turn around area, parking area, transportable site administration office with capacity for approximately 12 offices and first aid facilities, small onsite laboratory to process treatment plant samples, workshop building housing electrical, mechanical and fabrication works, maintenance office and crib room, ablutions to service the site facilities. An onsite diesel power station will be installed by a contractor which will supply the power for the camp. Water will be pumped from bores and stored in water tanks and treated by osmosis processing facility. Sewage from the camp will be pumped into septic tanks into a sewage treatment plant and sewage from the processing plant will be pumped into sceptic tanks and then pumped to leach drains. Click for more details...

LIDDELL POWER STATION - BOILER/TURBINE
Bolier/Turbine - Repair/Maintenance project at At, Liddell, NSW 2333 in the Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation). The Boiler and Turbine Plant at Liddell Power Station has an extensive miscellaneous power and lighting (MP&L) system. This Specification covers the provision of labour hire services in the form of trades and non trades labour, materials and equipment as and when directed by the Principal, to undertake repairs and maintenance of the MP&L system at Liddell Power Station. Work may be required both during generating unit outages and at other times as required by the Principal. It is envisaged that a minimum of one (1) and a maximum of six (6) trades persons would be required at any one time. This number may however vary and the Principal makes no guarantee as to the extent of the work to be undertaken. Click for more details...

PILBARA IRON ORE & INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT - BRIDGES
Bridges New project In The East Pilbara Council Area. To design and construct bridges for a 255 Km rail line. Click for more details...

YANDICOOGINA IRON ORE OPERATIONS - POWER SUBSTATION EXPANSION
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project for New development. The existing 220/33 kV substation will be effectively rebuilt to increase transformation capability and provide a more secure mesh bus configuration to improve power supply via a new second transmission line. The design will be similar to the Millstream power station utilising power transformers, high and medium voltage switchgear, protection and control systems. Click for more details...

IRON ORE RAPID GROWTH 4 PROJECT - FINUCANE ISLAND PORT UPGRADE
Mining - Civil Services (Rail loops, Track work, Signalling, Rolling stock, Switching yards) project at Eastern Yard, Finucane Island, Finucane Island, WA 6721 for New. Development will comprise the development of new stockpiles and associated infrastructure in the Eastern Yard. The Car Dumper will be upgraded at Nelson Point. New infrastructure includes a stacker with a berm including rails and supports, stacker feed conveyor, transfer station conveyor, transfer station, water service pipelines and hydrants, dust suppression water cannons for stockpiles. Building infrastructure include administration offices, workshop offices, workshops, warehouse and a car park in a single facility at the Northern End of Finucane Island. Demolition work includes the existing office and workshops to make way for the new stockpiles row and the partial demolition of conveyors used at the Nelson Point Plant No 1 and Plant No 2. Click for more details...

BOGGABRI COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION
Mining - Civil Services (Transmission lines/towers, switching yards, transformers, substations, cabling) project at 17km northeast of, Boggabri, NSW 2382 of Operating Mine - Expansion - Stage 2 type of New development. Expansion of existing Boggarbri open cut coal operations. Upgrade of the coal handling & preparation plant (CHPP) to increase throughput from 1.5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) to 2.5Mtpa in 2011 & 4.3Mtpa in 2013. Installation of a new 132kV switchyard/sub-station/overhead power lines. Installation of modular buildings for offices & bathhouse extension. Construction of a light vehicle workshop, a heavy vehicle workshop with warehouse & a car park. 150 construciton jobs expected as well as 500 operational jobs. Click for more details...

BODDINGTON GOLD MINE EXPANSION - WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES
New project of Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields) project at Pinjarra - Williams Rd, Boddington, WA 6390. Facilities include Reverse Osmosis Plant, water transmitters and water management telemetry system. Click for more details...

MOUNT ARTHUR UNDERGROUND COAL PROJECT - SITE SERVICES
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project at Approx 3 km south west of, Muswellbrook, NSW 2333 for New. Site services required will include powerlines, potable water pipelines, mine water and groundwater pipelines, a water extraction point on the Hunter River and a clean water pipeline and minor access roads and other such minor infrastructure within the project mining leases. Click for more details...

IRON ORE RAPID GROWTH 4 PROJECT - MOUNT WHALEBACK ELECTRICAL WORK PACKAGE 4N15
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project at Newman Hub, Newman, WA 6753 of Electrical Work type of New development. Removal of existing 66kv & 11 kv overhead power-line. Construction of a 66 kv substation buried 66 kv cable, to supply the substation and re-establish the 66 kv and 11kv loop. 6.6kv ring will be established to link each of the switch rooms. Large motors will be 6.6 kv. Click for more details...

IRON ORE RAPID GROWTH 4 PROJECT - END OF TRAIN REPEATERS
End Of Train Repeaters - Supply project at Newman Hub, Newman, WA 6753 in the Mining - Civil Services (Rail loops, Track work, Signalling, Rolling stock, Switching yards). For the supply of end of train repeaters. Click for more details...

WORSLEY ALUMINA EFFICIENCY/GROWTH PROJECT - SWITCHYARD SUBSTATION & TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
Switchyard/Substation & Transmission Equipment - Supply Of New project In The Collie Council Area. For the supply of switchyard/substation and transmission equipment. Click for more details...

CURTIS ISLAND LNG (QCLNG) PROJECT - LNG PLANT
Currently at the Construction stage In Gladstone Regional is a project estimated to be $ 8000000000. This project QCLNG is a project to develop coal seam gas wells in the Surat & Bowen Basins, pipe gas to a processing plant to be built on Curtis Island & then export product LNG by ship. The LNG plant to have an ultimate capacity of up to 12 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) from 3 LNG trains, each of 3 to 4 Mtpa production capacity. These involve feed gas metering & filtration to remove entrained pipeline debris; gas processing to remove carbon dioxide & other components contained in the gas; gas chilling & drying in a 3-bed molecular sieve system to remove the final traces of water;dry gas processing through activated carbon bed system for mercury removal & gas refrigeration for liquefaction to LNG . The refrigeration systems to be powered by gas turbines equipped with dry low NOx emission systems; heat removal (as part of the liquefaction process) using fin coolers. Onshore LNG storage in tanks including 2 LNG storage tanks up to 200,000cu m for the first 2 trains & a tank of similar size for the third train; 1 butane storage tank up to 100,000cu m (including vapour recovery system) for imported butane required for spiking LNG product to meet a required high heating value (HHV) along with ancillary equipment & infrastructure including flares. Storage of refrigerant as well diesel fuel, lube oil etc. Associated infrastructure to include fuel gas systems; effluent treatment & outfall for treated wastewater, power generation/distribution; fire protection systems; water systems including seawater desalination plant for process & potable water supply. Additional buildings to include compressor control building, analyser shelter, maintenance buildings, offices and staff amenities building. A temporary pioneer construction camp to accommodate 100-300 people expected to be built within the LNG facility area before early site preparation activities for the first LNG train. This camp will be replaced by a larger construction camp on Curtis Island and/or on the mainland during the LNG Facility construction to house a workforce of 3000 approx people. The construction camp expected to include necessary amenities such as a dining hall & kitchen, a primary health care facility & recreation centre. Other services & camp infrastructure to include a water treatment plant & storage, sewerage treatment plant, temporary power supply, fuel storage facility & fire-fighting equipment, some of which will remain as permanent facilities for the operations phase. Click for more details...

MT STUART POWER STATION EXPANSION
Mt Stuart Power Station Expansion is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 92000000 it is For a new 126MW gas turbine generator. Although the power station runs on jet fuel, the Company's existing two turbine generators on site can also be converted to run on natural gas in the future. To include substantial civil & concrete works. Click for more details...

ULAN COAL MINE CONTINUED OPERATIONS PROJECT - ULAN WEST UNDERGROUND
Private ownership Mining - Civil Services (Transmission lines/towers, switching yards, transformers, substations, cabling) project In The Mid Western Regional Council Area for New development. Extension of underground mining operations in a location west of the existing Ulan No 3 underground mine & north of the recently closed open cut pit. To operate for 21 years using the retreat longwall method with a panel width of up to 400m. Access to the Ulan West operations to be via a series of portals to be constructed within the vicinity of the existing open cut pit. New surface facilities to be constructed around the entrance to include ventilation, power & water management facilities & a small temporary coal stockpile. An access ramp will also accommodate an overland conveyor out of the mine. Ancillary facilities to include a steel framed, concrete walled bathhouse along with other demountable buildings for workshops & administration purposes. Some temporary structures may also be installed during construction. Click for more details...

COAL HAULAGE ROUTES SIGNALLY CONTRACT
Mining - Civil Services (Rail loops, Track work, Signalling, Rolling stock, Switching yards) project at Varios railway lines between mines & ports in Qld, ., QLD 4999 for New. 5 year alliance to increase capacity on coal haulage routes. Click for more details...

HAY POINT COAL TERMINAL EXPANSION - HPX3 - BERTH 3 & ONSHORE FACILITIES
A project in the QLD Within Mackay Regional. Construction of a new berth wharf (Berth 3) and shiploader (Shiploader 3/SL3). Construction of 2 new outloading trestle conveyors on a new offshore trestle complete with access roadway. Construction of offshore link conveyors to existing Berths 1 & 2 & the proposed Berth 3 from the new outloading trestle conveyors. Reclamation of land (9.4ha) to the northeast of the existing stockyard area to facilitate the construction of new onshore outloading systems. Construction of two new onshore outloading systems, associated transfer towers & surge bins to feed the new trestle conveyors, generally constructed on the newly reclaimed land area. Demolition & removal of the existing outloading conveyors, including demolition of the existing trestle & roadway structure. Demolition & removal of the 2 existing onshore outloading systems including conveyors, transfer towers & surge bins. Modification of existing stockyard conveyors to feed the new onshore outloading systems by extension of their head ends & construction of new transfer towers. Site infrastructure works to include roads, drainage systems, electrical & water services. Temporary load out facilities & laydown areas to be developed in the Hay Point Tug Harbour. Click for more details...

ROY HILL IRON ORE PROJECT - INFRASTRUCTURE - NORTHERN RAIL
Mining - Civil Services (Power stations, Power generation) project In The Port Hedland Council Area of Private ownership. It is proposed to develop a railway of approximately 320km to transport iron ore from the Roy Hill 1 mine to facilities at Port Hedland and the proposed Boodarie multiuser stockyard area which is to be vested in the PHPA (Port Hedland Port Authority). The railway proposal includes: a marshalling yard (with associated workshops and maintenance facilities storage and laydown areas, rail welding yard), passing loops and sidings, construction water bores and 'turkeys nest' dams, borrow and ballast areas for construction material, communications cable, towers and signalling system, construciton works accommodation camps and amenities for workers, access roads and construction power supplies. Five train sets will be required to transport 55 Mtpa, with each train consisting of two diesel electric locomotives and 232 iron ore wagons. When spares are included, this will entail a fleet of 17 locomotives and 1790 wagons. Fuel supply trains will require one additional AC locomotive and 12 tanker cars. An unsealed, at-grade access road will run adjacent to and generally parallel to the proposed railway for its entire length, for the purposes of railway access and maintenance. The road pavement width will be approximately 9m wide. Seven sidings are expected to be required along the entire length of the railway to allow trains travelling in opposite directions to pass. Additional sidings called "back-tracks" will be provided on the back to eh passing sidings along the alignment as required to allow removal of 'bad-order' wagons (mechanical fault). Road crossings will be at grade or grade separated in accordance with the requirements of Main Roads of Western Australia. Level crossings on access roads will be protected with signs that comply with this standard. To preserve current land uses in a way that is compatible with the proposed railway, fencing and/or controls will need to be installed at occupational rail crossings, vehicle the paths, livestock grids and in other areas where access requires controlling or restricting. Watercourses crossings will consist of culverts or bridges. Culverts will be used in preference to bridges. For bridges, to provide a simple and efficient method of construction, the design of the rail bridges will be standardised for fast construction requiring a minimum quantity of in situ concrete. The span length proposed is 25m. The construction methodology will be to at 25m intervals drive circular steel pier columns as a "trestle" consisting of three members with the two outer members raking and the central pier column vertical. A heavy hardstand granular pavement is required for installation of piled substructure over the full length of each bridge primarily to provide safe, stable access for heavy plant and equipment. The width of the hardstand on both the upstream and downstream sides of the piers will be approximately 20m, ie a total fo 40m wide. Hardstand will remain in service until superstructure units are placed by heavy cranage. Prefabricated steel headstocks will be lifted into place by a crane and site welded to the pier columns. Decks will consist of prefabricated composite girders or steel through girder construction. The marshalling yard will be adjacent to the main line and will incorporate 10 rail tracks. The site is expected to accommodate a rolling-stock workshop and washdown bay, locomotive provisioning hall, rail infrastructure yard, diesel fuel storage, electrical substation, communications tower, administration building, car parks, potable and wastewater treatment units and fire-water storage and access roads. The rolling stock workshop will be a single storey building with a heavy duty concrete slab, overhead travelling cranes, high pressure water wash-down facilities and various pieces of maintenance equipment including a wheel lathe to service and m Click for more details...

GOONYELLA RIVERSIDE COAL OPERATIONS - EXPANSION PROJECT - 132KV SWITCHING STATION
Off Red Hill Rd 30km north of, Moranbah, QLD 4744 Has Goonyella Riverside Coal Operations - Expansion Project - 132kv Switching Station currently at Construction stage. A project to accommodate the Goonyella Riverside Mine's increase in electrical requirements from 50MW to 93MW by providing access to 132kV transmission capacity. Existing Feeders at the Mornabah-Stony Creek Tee North Goonyella (7122) & Moranbah-Newlands (7155) to loop in & out of the new switchyard atop concrete poles. The switching station to include 2 x 132kV busbars, 8 x 132kV double circuit breaker bays, 2 x 132kV capacitor banks & a 250kVA emergency diesel generator. Civil works expected to include site clearance & levelling, drainage, fencing, installation of cable trench & a site wide earthing mat. Buildings to include 2 demountables for a bay control building (14 x 3.2m) & communications building (7 x 3.2m) as well as a 9 x 9m, slab on ground storage shed with metal walls & roof. Up to 30 construction personnel & a similar number for the following electrical fit-off expected during the 1 year project. Click for more details...

HOPE DOWNS 4 JOINT VENTURE IRON ORE PROJECT - RAIL SPUR LINE
Rail Spur Line New project In The East Pilbara Council Area. A project to extend the existing Lang Hancock Railway. Construction of a 52km spur line from the new Hope Downs 4 mine to south of the existing Hope Downs 1 Mine to provide connection to rail & port infrastructure. Associated rail bridges over the Weeli Wolli & Coondiner Creeks. Click for more details...

MCARTHUR RIVER BASE METALS OPERATIONS PHASE 3 EXPANSION
Operating Mine - Expn - Phase 3 project at 60km southwest of, Borroloola, NT 0854 in the Mining - Civil Services (Waste water/sewerage treatment, sew./waste pipes). A project to extend the existing pit to the east to cover 210ha (1750m x 1500m). Mining to 420m deep should increase mineable reserves from 54 million tonnes (Mt) to 115Mt. Expansion of the current fleet of rope shovels, hydraulic excavators & large haul trucks to increase the mining capacity from 2.5Mtpa to 5.5 Mtpa. Upgrade of the processing plant (expanded crushing facilities, additional grinding mills, flotation cells & thickeners) to produce up to 800,000tpa of bulk zinc/lead concentrate containing 368,000t zinc. New overburden emplacement facilities (OEF) to the east & south of the expanded pit as well as expansion of the existing North OEF from 375ha to 860ha & a height increase from 55m to 80m. Installation of a new water management dam with a low permeability liner & drainage to allow it to eventually be converted to Cell 4 of the tailings storage facility. Increase using the existing pipeline of gas fired power generation from 20MW to 45-40MW. Expansion of the permanent accommodation village by 30 then later 80 rooms. Construction of a 300 room temporary workers camp serviced by a packet sewerage treatment plant. Workforce to peak during construction at 930 & operationally at 735 permanent staff & contractors. Click for more details...

GOONYELLA RIVERSIDE BROADMEADOW COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION - UNDERGROUND
Goonyella Riverside Broadmeadow Coal Operations Expansion - Underground is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 900000000 it is The existing underground Broadmeadow Mine to be expanded eastwards using either conventional longwall mining as used currently or alternatively Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC). Additional coal handling & preparation plant (CHPP) capacity of 2370 tonnes per hour (t/h) approx required to achieve a production rate of 24 Mt/a which may include an upgrade of the existing plant as well as a new CHPP. Associated infrastructure upgrades expected to include a second 66kV feeder adjacent to the present line; expanded tailings storage facilities & improvements to the existing mine water management system (clean water diversion, disturbed area runoff collection & treatment, pit water management, water reuse & water disposal if required). The product coal will be railed approximately 190km to the Hay Point and/or Dalrymple Bay coal terminals. Click for more details...

GOONYELLA RIVERSIDE BROADMEADOW COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION - OPEN CUT EXTENSION
Operating Mine - Extn - Open Cut project at 30km north of, Moranbah, QLD 4744 in the Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields). Contract for extension of the existing open cut to provide access to underground works. To include 8million cu m of earthworks & 12,000cu m of concrete works. Construction of associated infrastructure including access roads, dams & drainage, conveyor footings & gates. Click for more details...

MORANBAH REGION EXPANSION PROJECT - CIVIL WORKS PACKAGES
Private ownership Mining - Civil Services (Waste water/sewerage treatment, sew./waste pipes) project In The Isaac Regional Council Area for New development. Packages to include site wide pioneering earthworks, road, drainage & civil works (C001). Bulk earthworks (cut & cover) from the mining infrastructure area (MIA) to the run-of-mine (ROM) area (C002) & from the ROM area to the train load out (C003). The co-disposal dam wall (C004). Supply of gravel (C005); crush rock backfill (C006); precast concrete pipes, boxes & headwalls (C007); high density polyethylene (HDPE) liners (C008) & geogrids (C009). Construction of warehouse & workshop building (C010); bathhouse & administration building (C011) & roadways & carparks in the MIA (C013). Spillway (C014). Supply of concrete (C015); fuel handling equipment (C016); lube handling equipment (C017); tanks (C020); hydrants & hose reels (C021); sewage treatment plant (C022); potable water treatment plant (C023) & fencing (C024). Design & construction of gas drainage plant & booster station (C025) along with supply of vacuum pumps (C029); surface reticulation piping (C030); underground reticulation piping (C031) & installation of the surface & underground reticulation system (C032). Mine cooling system (C026); stone dust system (C027) & diesel & lubrication supply (C028). Click for more details...

CAVAL RIDGE COAL PROJECT - COAL PREPARATION PLANT & RAIL FACILITIES
Mining - Civil Services (Rail loops, Track work, Signalling, Rolling stock, Switching yards) project at 16km south of, Moranbah, QLD 4744 of Coal Preparation Plant/Rail Loadout/Conveyor/Roads type of New development. The proposed Caval Ridge CHPP will have a nominal feed capacity of 2 000 t/h and is capable of processing 14-16 Mt/a to produce a nominal 8 Mt/a of hard coking coal, 5.5 Mt/a of which will be sourced from the Caval Ridge Mine & the balance to come by conveyor from the expanded Peak Downs mine. The facility shall operate seven days per week on a continuous basis. The CHPP will consist of: ROM dump hopper for primary sizing; secondary and tertiary sizers with intermediate screening; raw coal stockpiles with mechanised stacking and reclaim facilities; 2 module coal preparation plant, nominally 1000 tph, per module; product coal stockpiles with mechanised stacking and reclaim facilities; train loadout to the north of the Peak Downs Highway, a conveyor will transport material crossing the highway; reject bin and handling system and ultrafine tailings dewatering system. Water supply to be a combination of site water reuse & a raw water supply via a new off take pipeline from existing bulk pipelines. Process plant water will be recycled to minimise raw water make-up requirements for the site. The product coal will be railed approximately 185km to the Hay Point and/or Dalrymple Bay coal terminals for shipment. Click for more details...

AMRUN (SOUTH OF EMBLEY) BAUXITE PROJECT - PROCESS FACILITY
Mining - Civil Services (Waste water/sewerage treatment, sew./waste pipes) project for New development. For the provision of a process plant. The package will be issued for bid as one package with the following separable parts. Part A: Off-site Assembly of modules including, but not limited to: Modularised bauxite beneficiation plant (including concrete foundations), Modules are nominally 15m(W) x 25m(L) x 20m(H) & up to 1,200 metric tonnes, Primary & secondary sizer structures, Tertiary crushing structure, Transfer stations, Conveyor galleries, Conveyor ground modules. The expectation is that the Tenderer will utilise to the maximum extent possible, modularised structures to reduce manning levels required on-site. Part B: Installation of the modules on Site, Supply of all labour, tools, supervision, quality assurance, temporary storage & workshop facilities, construction plant & equipment, materials, services, ancillary equipment, utilities, consumables & perform all installation & testing necessary. Click for more details...

BHP BILLITON MOOKA CAR REPAIR WORKSHOP
Bhp Billiton Mooka Car Repair Workshop is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 30000000 it is Contract for the construction of a maintenance workshop & warehouse. To include process equipment installation as well as rail & infrastructure components including roads, track, signalling & communications electrical engineering. Water supply. Click for more details...

LAKE DISAPPOINTMENT POTASH PROJECT - PILOT POND
Lake Disappointment Potash Project - Pilot Pond is currently at the Construction stage, valued at about $ 5000000 it is For the construction of pilot ponds, test trenches & access causeway. Click for more details...

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