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Roy Hill Port Landside

The Roy Hill Project, located south west of Port Hedland in Western Australia, is set to become one of the largest mining projects in Australia. Mining operations will produce 55 million tons of iron ore per annum with an operating life of more than 20 years.

ROY HILL PACKAGE 3 AWARD

This project award also marks the largest of the four major packages of work that BGC has been awarded on the Roy Hill project.

After completing the civil construction of the aerodrome, road and rail for Roy Hill, BGC Contracting was awarded another contract on the project by lead contractor Samsung C&T to progress the Port Landside package, valued in the region of $420M, for a purpose built iron ore port facility in Port Hedland.

With a targeted construction program of 22 months, BGC is carrying out all earthworks and civil works necessary to develop the landside facilities for the Roy Hill Port.

The scope for this project consists of all earthworks, civil works and general infrastructure necessary to develop the landside facilities at the Roy Hill Port.

The scope of work includes:

  • Bulk earthworks
  • Ground improvement (rock displacement, piling, geofabric, soil replacement/stabilisation)
  • Rail embankment construction
  • Stockyard construction
  • Stacker-Reclaimer rail works
  • Construction of site access roads
  • Culverts and storm water drainage
  • Car dumper construction
  • Screen buildings
  • Rail marshalling yard
  • Site dewatering

This project award also marks the largest of the four major packages of work that BGC has been awarded on the Roy Hill project.

Client: Samsung C & T

Status:
Completed
Location:
Western Australia
Value:
$420 million
Capabilities: