RECENT PROJECTS

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QAL Red Mud Dam, Gladstone
QAL Red Mud Dam 1
QAL Red Mud Dam 2
QAL Red Mud Dam 3

3km of Dam wall raising and tie-ins, end of month quantities, piezometer locations and settlement monitoring of Dam walls.

Yeppen South, Rockhampton
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Yeppen South was a $170m project and is Queensland’s second longest bridge. The government funded project aimed at flood proofing Rockhampton and included a 1.7km bridge, associated abutments, civil earthworks and highway intersections.

Shorncliffe Pier Renewal, Brisbane
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Shorncliffe Pier was a renewal project of the famous pier on Shorncliffe headland. The project was completed by both floating spud barge and onshore false work from a temporary wharf build alongside the pier.

WICET Coal Wharf, Gladstone
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WICET Coal Wharf was a $400m marine project including total construction of a 1.8km jetty and 350m coal wharf, this project included Piling from SEPs, Floating Barges and cantilever frames. To speed up installation, inspection and as-built surveys of wharf modules was completed onsite in China.

APLNG MOF, Curtis Island, Gladstone
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APLNG MOF 2

APLNG MOF consisted of a roll on roll off (RoRo) and lift on lift off (LoLo) materials offloading wharf in the Gladstone Harbour. The job involved barge driven piling, sheet piling and bulk civil earthworks. Due to the schedule of works a majority of the survey was performed from an offshore survey tower designed by Robinson Engineering Surveys.

GLNG Mainland Marine Facilities, Gladstone
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Include the marine facilities at Fisherman’s Landing (RoRo Facility), Port Central (RoRo and Ferry Terminals), RG Tanna (RoRo and LoLo facility). All facilities were completed by piling and installation from floating Barges as well as on shore heavy lifts of linkspans and dolphins.

GLNG Jetty, Gladstone
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GLNG Jetty facilities was a $150m marine project, including a 400m long jetty, loading platform, mooring/berthing dolphins and associated infrastructure.

GLNG MOF, Gladstone
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GLNG MOF was a $150m marine project with total construction of ferry terminals, MOF facilities, LoLo, RoRo, barge ramps and associated earthworks. Monitoring of sheet piles was also carried out along the MOF facility.

Abbott Point Wharf Extension, Bowen
Abbott Point Wharf Extension 1
Abbott Point Wharf Extension 2

Abbot Point Wharf Berth 2 and 2.5K approach jetty conveyor, total construction, seabed survey and analysis for jack up barge placement.

RG Tanna Coal Terminal, Gladstone
RG Tanna Coal Terminal 1
RG Tanna Coal Terminal 2

Berth 3 and 4 total construction, sea bed analysis and second approach jetty.

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