Concept, Preliminary and Detailed Designs for new mine entrances for all BMA mine sites in Bowen Basin (12 Coal mines) Each mine entrance included a new Site Access Centre and electronic security access to record all personnel entering or leaving the mine. The works included new access roads, car parks, and access control/monitoring facilities including boom gates, turnstiles, swipe card readers and CCTV.
Measuring 145.2m in diameter and 3.0m deep, the tank is used to collect and treat saline water extracted as part of the mining process for safe re-release into the aquifer.
Layout development and detailed design of new contractor’s yard at Daunia Coal Mine. This included the design of the following facilities:
Haul truck, parking area, workshop, tyre shop, fueling station, wash bay, contractor’s office/facilities, carpark, safety bands, entry and exit facilities for light and heavy vehicles and stormwater drainage management
Projex Partners was engaged by BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance to prepare Recommended Design Standards for use in the Design and Construction Documentation being prepared for the McKenzie Accommodation Village in Blackwater.
Works included concept and detailed design of a CHR(S) / AUL intersection with lighting and cross road drainage, and an internal road approximately 3km long with a large creek crossing requiring a backwater analysis.
The site is located approximately 20km south of the Capricorn Highway on Blackwater- Rolleston Road and is approximately 900m north of the BMA Blackwater Mine Industrial Area.
Concept and detailed design of a CHR/AUL intersection including lighting, signage and cross road drainage.
Detailed design drawings and contract documentation for a new T-intersection on Blackwater – Rolleston Road, Stewarton for the proposed road to the Blackwater Mine Accommodation Village.
Projex Partners was commissioned by BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) to investigate the suitability, effectiveness, costs and benefits of engineering treatments to improve the wet weather performance of selected haul roads at Saraji Mine, located in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland. Specifically Ramps 10, 11 and 12 within the Ebony Pit were investigated.