Utah Point Berth Project

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Utah Point Berth Project

The Utah Point Berth Project (UPBP) at Port Hedland involved the development of a common user bulk export facility primarily to serve the mining industry in the Pilbara. Managed by the Port Hedland Port Authority, the UPBP will facilitate the development of a number of emerging commodities producers in the Pilbara region of Western Australia as well as providing a new facility for existing Port Hedland exporters.

Project Overview

The UPBP is located within the Port Hedland Harbour and involved the development of a common user bulk export facility to accommodate annual commodity exports of up to 20MTPA. The UPBP comprised the construction of:

  • Multi user stockyard facility at Utah Point for truck dumped ore handling
  • Overland conveyer system from stockyard to shiploader
  • Material sampling facility
  • New wharf at Utah Point to accommodate vessels up to small cape size (120,000 DWT)
  • New multi product shiploader designed for a loading rate of up to 7,500T/Hr.

Scope of Work

Goodline were contracted to execute the structural, mechanical and piping packages associated with the Port Facility Development. The following scope was executed by Goodline:
Construction of an ore handling network from stockyard to shiploader featuring 6 conveyors

  • The installation of 5 transfer stations
  • Mechanical commissioning and initial operation support.

 

Client

Port Hedland Port Authority

Project Type

SMP

Year of Completion

2009-2010

Project Location

Utah Point, Port Hedland, WA

Utah Point Berth Project