KBSS was engaged by Bechtel to supply specialist
trades for Construction and commissioning services.
The scope of works included; Provide project management support, Provide Engineering services, Provide Specialist welding teams, Provide Electrical and Instrumentation Fitters, Provide Mechanical teams, Provide support during constructional and commissioning phases.
KBSS were engaged to undertake this project comprises of the replacement of the Parker Point warehouse roof damaged by Cyclone Damien in February 2020. The purpose is to supply and install new roof sheeting, flashings, roof ventilation system with personnel and equipment to complete the scope to a high standard, adhering to relevant Rio Tinto Safety Standards and procedures especially around the working at height factor
The Scope of Work includes the shop detailing, supply,
fabrication, testing, surface treatment, delivery, and installation
of structural steelwork platforms. There are 4 scopes of work, to
be performed at the following locations: 1. Secondary Crushing
Bin 2. Dry Screening Bin 3. CV2104 Transfer Chute 4. Reclaimer
RC2701 Access Platform KBSS were engaged to undertake the
Scope of Work for this project to fabricate and install permanent
access platforms at the Nammuldi Below Water Table (NBWT)
Fixed Plant as outlined below. Site Works are classified as High
Risk (Class III) and include management of Critical Risks including
but not limited to Fall from Height and Lifting Operations. These
Works are continuous improvement initiatives to eliminate
the need for temporary scaffold currently used for personnel
maintenance access to equipment during Plant Shutdowns. Read more.
During the first quarter of 2017 KBSS Engineering carried out the
removal and replacement of Rio Tinto’s Parker point 1W, 2W and
10E channel markers. This work included the design, fabrication
and installation of a new topside from HAT +2, Including the
replacement of the pile, platform and electrical system. This work
was executed from the Bhagwan Alamo, with the use of a work
platform designed to bolt to the pile, and where needed with the
use of an EWP from the deck of the Alamo.
During the last quarter of 2016 and throughout
2017 KBSS Engineering carried out the
Maintenance and structural repairs of Rio Tinto’s
Parker point and Cape Lambert A Dolphins and
Fendering system’s. This work included the design,
fabrication and implementation of Rio Tinto’s
Scaffold over water reduction platforms.
KBSS were engaged to undertake this project comprising of
supply, installation and commissioning of Sixteen (16) new 18
meter lighting poles with four (4) x Dialight FLEB66MN2NG dual
LED fixtures (385W) 2. Upgrade existing light poles with four (4)
x Dialight FLEB66MN2NG dual LED fixtures (385W) and recertify
a. One (1) x 18m existing break-back type lighting pole b. One
(1) x 30m existing, hydraulically lowered lighting pole work.
KBSS provided full engineering deliverables, including quality
verifications, certifications, labelling, documentation and drawings
required for successful completion of the described works.
KBSS was originally engaged on Yara’s 2014
Turnaround which led to KBSS being awarded the
Maintenance contract in January 2015.
During this time KBSS has been working as their
major maintenance contractor with peak manpower
across the sites ramping up to 150 during Turnarounds
Committed to delivering superior engineering services, on time and on budget.