QCLNG and APLNG Jetty Projects
Australia

Project Overview

John Holland was awarded the subcontract for the construction of marine offloading facilities as part of Gladstone LNG’s proposed Curtis Island LNG facility. 

The project consists of the following: 

  • Design and construct a new ferry berth
  • Roll on/roll off berth
  • Load on/load off berth
  • Bulk aggregate unloading berth

  

TBH’s Role

TBH was initially engaged by John Holland to prepare a master programme of the QCLNG and APLNG Jetty Projects. 

The master programme included the engineering, tender and procurement, construction and commissioning of the two separate jetties. 

TBH provided the following services: 

  • Strategic planning in the delivery of the project
  • Project planning at the design, tender and procurement, construction and commissioning stages of the project
  • Developed, monitored and reported on a weekly and formal monthly basis
  • Full-time on-site assistance on Curtis Island and also in Gladstone 
  • The master programmes aligned with the costs and quality management systems for the delivery of the project,which also included the project control systems.

 

Project Overview

Client John Holland
Services Project Programming and Scheduling
Value $150 million
Duration 2011 - 2014
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