CASE STUDY: FAIRVIEW QUEENSLAND

Road Sealing and Creek Crossing

Bardrill was contracted by Santos GLNG Project to seal 4.7 kilometres of dusty field road past the main Fairview North camp and re-engineer a major creek crossing which was subject to washaways.

The Hutton Creek crossing was a particularly sensitive project requiring thorough dirt and sediment control due to the area being a platypus breeding ground.

Bardrill successfully completed the project, winning several environmental plaudits as a result of the work.

TOTAL COST: $4.5 Million

CASE STUDY: COOPER BASIN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Moomba Road Upgrade

The 14 kilometre section of the Adelaide Road just south of the Moomba Gas Plant carries a large amount of traffic including heavy vehicles and tourists and was in need of an upgrade.

Bardrill was contracted to better align the road to provide better visibility for oncoming traffic and also to construct new unsealed pavement.

Using previous experience and thorough knowledge of the Cooper Basin, Bardrill was able to use locally-sourced material for the road base.

TOTAL COST: $2.5 Million

CASE STUDY: COOPER BASIN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Construction of Major Yard for Schlumberger

This project demonstrates Bardrill’s considerable expertise in infrastructure projects.

The project saw the preparation of a 20 thousand square metre yard including a 400 square metre concrete slab to hold cement silos, installation of laboratory and workshop buildings, a laydown area for drill rigs as well as connection of all utilities: power, water and sewer.

TOTAL COST: $1.5 Million

CASE STUDY: COOPER BASIN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Satellite Evaporation Ponds: Cook Oil Satellite

This project demonstrates Bardrill’s unrivalled civil earthworks capability.

Using machine guidance satellite technology, the ponds were constructed to extremely fine tolerances, then fitted with 1.5mm HDPE lining.

The company has completed a number of these projects including ten 240-megalitre dams in Queensland.

TOTAL COST: $2 Million