Koodaideri Project



Contact Details


  Linus O'Brien
  (08) 9365 7556
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  Locations: WA Australia (Onshore)
  Project Status: Feasibility Study(subject to approval)
  Project Owner RIO TINTO LIMITED

Project Details


EPCM: Rio Tinto has appointed WorleyParsons Services Pty Ltd as the projects Engineering, Procurement, Construction Manager (EPCM). All major agreements will be with Rio Tinto directly.  

 

Project Details  

 

The development of a new iron ore mine and associated rail infrastructure extending from the Koodaideri mine to Rio Tinto’s existing rail network. The project will include the following components;  

 

• A stockyard with associated stackers and reclaimer; 

• Train load-out facility; 

• A 220kV transmission line connecting to the Yandicoogina transmission line; 

• A 220/33kV switchyard; 

• Site control systems and communications, fire detection and security; 

• A bore field for water supply; 

• Non-process infrastructure (administration buildings, workshops, warehouse, explosive storage facility, vehicle wash and fuelling facilities); 

• A new airport; 

• Bridges;

•Access roads; 

• Accommodation village and temporary construction camps; 

• 170km of new railway including rail sidings and junctions; 

• Level crossings; 

• Rail maintenance track; radio base stations and fibre optic cabling; 

• Signalling, communications and asset protection system upgrades; and 

• Construction facilities such as laydown areas, haul roads, borrow pits, site offices and construction and potable water sources.   

 

It is a Rio Tinto requirement that standards utilised are either Australian or internationally recognised equivalents, unless otherwise justified due to specific technological, commercial, intellectual property or similar requirements. All requests for proposal (RFP), tender and contract document references will stipulate any standards requirements. In certain circumstances, materials specifications in RTPs may be met by using either Australian or internationally recognised standards. Otherwise it is the project’s intent that standards specified in RTPs do not seek to exclude Australian business from participating in Tier 1 supply opportunities.  

 

Delivery Schedule:  Subject to approval, construction of the Project will take approximately three years and provide employment for over 1,600 personnel (at peak). 


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Mine Plant Bulk Earthworks6 Sep 1820 Sep 1820 Sep 18
Construction of the Mine Plant Bulk Earthworks contract
Camp Crossing Rail Camp (rapid deployment camp)21 Aug 1831 Aug 1831 Aug 18
Design, supply, moblise, install, test. commission and demobilse the 400 Room Crossing Rail Construction camp