Port of Melbourne
Australia

Project Overview

The Port Capacity Project is a Port of Melbourne Corporation (PoMC) expansion plan to increase Melbourne’s port capacity and satisfy future container trade growth. It is a vital link in the complex supply chain that drives Melbourne’s economy. The existing Webb Dock East multi-purpose general cargo terminal into Melbourne’s third international container terminal while the Webb Dock West redevelopment includes the consolidation of current PoMC automotive shipping terminals into a single world class automotive terminal and the development of new automotive Pre Delivery Inspection (PDI) areas.

The project underwent redevelopment to provide additional opportunities for capacity expansion, improved operations and terminal upgrades. The Roads and Services package includes construction works to the surrounding traffic and transport links (Todd Rd, Alpha Rd, Charlie Rd, etc.), Webb Dock redevelopment and environmental management.

 

TBH’s Role

TBH was approached by BMD Constructions to provide assistance in creating a detailed tender programme to support their submission. Upon successfully winning the project, TBH was engaged to develop the programme and provide an ongoing monthly status to the project team.

Earned Value Performance Management (EVPM) was adopted for this contract which integrates the cost and time aspect of the project into the construction programme to provide an overall view on project health.

TBH was also appointed to provide 4D and BIM construction planning services. The visualisations illustrated staging sequences, clash detection and traffic management and was used as a presentation tool to key stakeholders.

 

Project Overview

Client BMD Constructions
Services Project Programming and Scheduling, 4D/BIM Construction Planning Services
Value $1.6 billion
Duration 2015
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