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The depth of experience, knowledge, skills and equipment within the Meales Concrete Pumping operation ensures our capability and capacity to perform a wide range of operationally complex projects. In addition to the work we perform on LNG and Energy projects, we are continually engaged in a variety of other mining projects. Please see below a selection of projects we have completed or are currently working on.
Situated about 25km north of Bowen, Abbott Point is Australia's most northerly coal port. With current expansions underway.
John Holland awarded X25 and BMD awarded X50 the forecasted output of this terminal will be over 100 million tonnes per annum. This involves the upgrade rail in- loading facility, coal handling and stockpile areas, jetty and conveyor systems.
All concrete on this project will be required to be pumped.
Yarwun 2 Alumina Refinery, base 10 km from Gladstone is is currently undergoing it's Stage 2 expansion. Bechtel Constructions and Golding Contractors Joint Venture are the major contractors responsible for doubling of the size of this processing plant.
With earthworks completed early 2008 civil and structural works are in full swing with more than 1500 workers involved in this project. With more than 70,000 cubic meters of concrete to be placed in this project, this requires one full time pump onsite with the support of any where up to 4 other pumps assisting with the daily placement of concrete. February 2009 will also see a separate placing boom require for the 45m high concrete silo.This project is expected to be fully completed by early 2010
Lihir Gold is one of the World’s largest Gold Mines and processing facilities situated on the island of Lihir, 900 km northeast of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Major expansions took place to the processing plant during 2006 and 2007. This required the placement of approximately 15,000 Cubic Metres of concrete to tunnels and various structures to support the new plant
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