On Target in Dalrymple Bay
O’Donnell Griffin is up to date in its involvement in the $1 billion upgrade of the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Project, south of Mackay in Queensland.
The first stage of ODG’s $10 million works, which includes the installation of four new substations, upgrading existing stations and shutdown targets on stacker reclaimers and conveyors is progressing very well, said ODG Project Manager Steve Jago.
“The complexity of the work schedule and keeping the coal terminal running at near full capacity while these works take place is ever evolving and requires the ongoing synchronization of all teams working at the site” Jago said.
The seventh upgrade to the Dalrymple Bay coal terminal will see coal loading capacity increase by more than 20 per cent to around 68 million tonnes with the completion of the new 3.8km jetty by the end of 2008.
With over three quarters of the project completed, it is anticipated this project will be completed shortly.
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