Red River 1900 Man Accommodation Village

Red River 1900 Man Accommodation Village

The Sino Iron Ore Project is one of the largest magnetite iron ore operations undertaken in Australia. The project, owned by Hong-Kong based CITIC Pacific Mining, marks China's continuing investment into the Australian resources sector.

Project Overview

The Sino Iron Ore Project involved the construction of a mine 100km south west of Karratha to export iron ore through Cape Preston. At peak construction the project employed 4000 persons which called for the installation of a significant accommodation village. The project management of the camp construction was awarded to VDM consulting group.

Scope of Work

Goodline were contracted by VDM to complete the installation of in-ground services and connection of buildings. Goodline's scope included:

  • 27km of trenching and backfilling
  • 11km of drainage piping networks
  • 1.5km of fire services
  • Connection of buildings:
    • Potable water
    • Fire water
    • Sewer & drainage
  • Testing and commissioning of building services




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Project Location

Red River, 100km south west of Karratha, WA

Red River 1900 Man Accommodation Village