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Kemerton Power Station Civil Works

The Kemerton Power Station Project is located approximately 150 kilometres south of Perth, Western Australia. Siemens were contracted by Transfield Services to construct a “Peak Load” power station consisting of two turbines with a total capacity of 260 MW fired by natural gas or low sulphur diesel fuel.

CIVIL WORKS CONTRACT

Siemens engaged BGC Contracting to carry out the Main Civil Works Contract, which encompassed earthworks, road works, underground piping, concrete works, electrical earthing/lightning protection, steel erection, cladding building works.

The project was completed to a highly quality standard while remaining within budget and completed on time.

The Kemerton Power Station project also involved the erection of 360T of client supplied structural steel, primarily to the turbine buildings. These steel framed buildings were clad (double skin) with 3000sqm of cladding.

In addition, BGC constructed the Control Room building. This was a concrete – framed block work building with all the various building trade activities, together with a suspended concrete slab roof structure covered with membrane.

The project was completed to a highly quality standard while remaining within budget and completed on time.

Client: Siemens Ltd Australia

Status:
Completed
Location:
Western Australia
Value:
$15 million
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