RCR Resources Projects

 

Roy Hill Iron Ore Project

Client:         

Samsung C&T

Location: 

Pilbara, WA

 

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RCR was engaged to carry out Structural, Mechanical, Piping, Electrical & Instrumentation (SMP/E&I) works at the Roy Hill Iron Ore Project in Western Australia.


Under the direction of the EPC contractor (Samsung C&T), RCR was awarded multiple packages to support construction of the Ore Processing Facility and associated mine infrastructure.

The work, won on the back of our strong capability and contracting models developed for Fortescue’s Solomon Project, saw RCR constructing Ore Processing Facilities to high quality with a rigorous schedule.
RCR has also designed & supplied 35 apron/belt feeders to support operations at Roy Hill.


 

 

Structural, Mechanical, Piping & Electrical (SMPE)
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Client:          

Fortescue Metals Group

Location: 

Solomon Mine, Pilbara WA

 

 

 

RCR was contracted to carry out Engineering, Procurement & Construction works (EPC) and pre-commissioning of Fortescue's King's Ore and Firetail Ore Processing Facilities at the Solomon Mine.

The scope included RCR core competencies of Structural, Mechanical, Piping and Electrical (SMPE) works.

The contract was valued at over $700 million. RCR also designed, built and supplied 8 apron feeders and 15 belt feeders.

During the height of construction over 1,000 personnel were mobilised, and these facilities will produce over 65 mtpa, a major component of Fortescue's exansion activity.

The Kings Valley facility, originally scheduled for completion in 55 weeks, was completed in a record 31 weeks.  

 

You can watch highlights of the Kings Valley facility's Opening Ceremony here 

 

 

 


 

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RCR Resources

Client:         

Newcrest Mining

Location: 

Cadia Valley, New South Wales

 

 

 

 

RCR Resources is the primary construction contractor for the provision of fabrication and construction services for the underground cope of the Cadia East Project  

The scope of works comprises two areas; the materials handling system and mine infrastructure. Additional works awarded include the installation of the tailings thickener tank, pipe and mechanical equipment. 

In FY11 RCR provided the design, supply and install of raw/fire water tank to feed reticulation system and commenced work on the incline conveyors and transfer stations.

Safety is our highest priority and underpins all activities with the pleasing result of zero Lost Time Injuries on the project to date.

 


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RCR Resources

Project:      

Worsley Efficiency & Growth Project

Location: 

Collie, Western Australia

 

 

 

 

RCR provided structural, mechanical & piping works for an alumina refinery in Western Australia. On completion of the contract RCR will have completed over $70 million in works.

The scope has been primarily piping and structural works including the manufacture, fabrication and installation of tie-ins with electrical and civil activities.

The contract has been extended to include pre-commissioning activities and works associated with an upgrade of the client's Bunbury port operations.

The works are supported by RCR's Bunbury facility and feature 90 per cent local employment.

In 2011, RCR achieved 2000 tie-ins on the expansion project without a Lost Time Injury (LTI). 


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Structural, Mechanical and Piping Installation
RCR Resources

Client:         

Newcrest Mining

Location: 

Cadia Valley Operations, New South Wales

 

 

 

  

RCR Resources provided structural, mechanical and piping installation on the VTM3000 Vertimill project, the largest of its kind in the world.

 

RCR Resources has since been awarded its third contract at the Cadia Valley Operations for structural, mechanical and piping installation works for the underground portion of the expansion the Cadia Valley Operations.  

  

 


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Dragline Outages
RCR Resources – Eagle

Client:

Wesfarmers

Location:

Curragh Mine Site, Queensland

 

 

 

 

RCR Resources together with RCR Power delivered its sixth consecutive dragline outage on-site at the Wesfarmers Curragh mine site in Queensland.

 

Removal of the major dragline components utilised an innovative “Lift-n-Lock” crane system, saving on both costs and the duration of the outage.

 

 


 

Structural, Mechanical, Piping and Electrical Construction
RCR Power and RCR Resources

Client:

BHP Billiton

Location:

Cliffs Nickel, Western Australia

 

 

 

 

Together with RCR Resources, RCR Power supplied structural, mechanical, piping and electrical construction services. RCR’s SMPE works included:

  • All mining surface infrastructure
  • Construction and installation of paste plant
  • Electrical site services
  • 100V reticulation
  • Manufacture, supply and install of four
  • 1000/415 volt skid-mounted substations
  • SB01, SB02 33,000 volt and 11,000 volt high voltage substations
  • Communication works