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Project UPDATE : Shenton College

A builder which has been picked to extend a high school in Perth’s western suburbs is expected to offer subcontracting opportunities, according to the project’s proponents. Cockram Construction beat eight other tenderers for the contract—valued at $37.4m—to significantly expand facilities at Shenton College.

Shenton College Stage 2 will be located on the western side of the campus between the Shenton Bushland Reserve and the heritage-listed former Lemnos Hospital buildings. Shenton College Principal Chris Hill told Projectory he believed Cockram would be subcontracting some of the building works.

“(The project) is a $50m building for a senior secondary educational facility there is a STEM technology aspect to it, there is a performing arts arena, there are multiple general purposes classrooms, science laboratories, and food science facilities,” he said

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Design phase for WA gas project announced

The design competition phase for the Waitsia gas project in the northern Perth Basin has been given the green light. Starting immediately, the competition for the project facilities will include a gas plant capable of processing 100 TJ/d, carbon dioxide extraction, collection hubs and flow lines. The approach will allow the joint venture to establish …

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Project UPDATE : Prelude FLNG

A major contract has been awarded a NT resources project.

Singaporean marine, offshore supply, and logistics company Sinwa Limited has been awarded a medley of new supply agreements for vessels involved in Shell’s Prelude FLNG Project. Sinwa said on Wednesday that the contracts were expected to begin in August 2017.

The scope of services provided under the contract includes the supply of provisions, stores, and logistics support to vessels working on the Prelude project.

Sinwa will be servicing its client’s requirements through its 10,000 square meters Darwin facility, equipped with complete warehousing including freezer, chiller, provision and general storages, as well as lay down and hard stand areas.

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KalNorth confirms sale of WA’s Kalpini project

KalNorth Gold Mines has confirmed the sale of its Kalpini project in Western Australia for $3.2 million. Following an agreement early last month, NBT Metals was granted an extension to make the payment by May 31 and has since secured the site, which excavates gold roughly 75km north-east of Kalgoorlie. The project comprises the Gambia and …

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Project NEW : Koolan Island

A WA resources company has resurrected plans for an iron ore mine in the Kimberley following robust results from a feasibility study.  Mount Gibson Iron will now redevelop its Koolan Island project after putting the development on ice in late 2014 after a section of its seawall failed. The feasibility study found if Mount Gibson fixed the seawall it could safely extract 12.8 Mt grading 66.0% Fe1 with a very low level of impurities over a 3.5 year period.

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The final seawall design incorporates a 467m long seepage barrier extending from the eastern to western abutment through a new rock embankment at the failure channel. Work on the rock-fill embankment will commence in the June Quarter with the construction of the seepage barrier to commence in the December Quarter 2017 and be completed late in the June Quarter 2018. Continue reading

News : Kidman Cattle Co Approved To Rinehart

KidmanCattleCoThe sale of Kidman cattle empire has been approved by Treasurer Scott Morrison, with the empire now belonging to mining magnate Gina Rinehart and a Chinese consortium.
In a statement, Mr Morrison said a local farming family would acquire the largest station in the Kidman group, Anna Creek, and its outstation The Peake. >> Read full story here