With a combined value of $276 million, this two phase project significantly increased Rio Tinto’s annual export capacity. The Cape Lambert Marine Works project involved construction of a new port facility adjacent to the existing Cape Lambert Port terminal.
This included the construction of a 920 metre jetty and 440 metre two-berth wharf with 18 berthing dolphins, new ship loading facilities, piping and associated works. The structure was designed to maximise modularisation of the works in order to reduce the site man hours.
KBSS were originally awarded the contract for installation and alignment of conveyor idlers. Due to the quality of the KBSS team onsite our scope quickly grew to include a multitude of scopes as list below;