Category Archives: Projects

Brisbane International Cruise Terminal (BICT)

Brisbane International Cruise Terminal (BICT)

Port of Brisbane, Queensland Brisbane’s new cruise terminal will be a state-of-the art facility able to cater to cruise vessels of all sizes, including the largest ocean-going cruise ships in the world. The scope of works involves onshore, offshore vertical and raked piles, 250m wharf, 4 berthing dolphins, north and south air bridges, hydrographic surveys… Continue Reading

Queensland Rail Stabling Project

Queensland Rail Stabling Project

Robina, Banyo, Elimbah and Woombye, Queensland The Rail Stabling Project has been initiated to construct new stabling facilities in four locations across the south-east of Queensland.  A design and construct project that is aimed to help house 75 new six-car trains at Woombye, Elimbah, Banyo and Robina. The scope of works involves detail pick-up for… Continue Reading

Ferry Terminal Upgrade and Replacement

Ferry Terminal Upgrade and Replacement

Brisbane, Queensland The flood of January 2011 damaged or demolished much of the maritime infrastructure located along the Brisbane River, including Brisbane City Council’s ferry terminals. The project scope included eight new ferry terminals to the city, replacing or upgrading existing facilities along the river and relocating two terminals to improve links with other public… Continue Reading

Caval Ridge North

Caval Ridge North

Moranbah, Queensland Caval Ridge Mine is the largest greenfield coal mining complex in Australia, located in the Bowen Basin of central Queensland. It produces hard metallurgical export coal for use in China, India and elsewhere as coke in steel mills. This project involved a greenfield open cut coal mine expansion with a yield of 5.5… Continue Reading

Caval Ridge Rail

Caval Ridge Rail

Moranbah, Queensland Caval Ridge Mine is the largest greenfield coal mining complex in Australia, located in the Bowen Basin of central Queensland. It produces hard metallurgical export coal for use in China, India and elsewhere as coke in steel mills. This project involved a greenfield open cut coal mine expansion with a yield of 5.5… Continue Reading

Port of Brisbane Berth 11 and 12

Port of Brisbane Berth 11 and 12

Port of Brisbane, Queensland The Port of Brisbane has become Australia’s fastest growing container port in percentage terms and needed significant expansion. Part of this expansion involved the construction of its newest container facilities, Berths 11 and 12, with a total quay length of 660m and a total area of 26 hectares. EXEGEN was the… Continue Reading

GLNG Curtis Island earthworks

GLNG Curtis Island earthworks

Gladstone, Queensland The GLNG project is a pioneering initiative to convert coal seam natural gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export to global markets. It represents a major investment in a cleaner energy source and fuel for the future. The project involves developing gas fields from the Bowen and Surat Basins in south-western… Continue Reading

Jilalan Rail Yard Upgrade

Jilalan Rail Yard Upgrade

Sarina, Queensland Jilalan Rail Yard provides maintenance and service to the trains that haul coal on the Goonyella coal supply chain. The supply chain stretches from Central Queensland’s Bowen Basin mines to the coal terminals at Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay near Mackay on the North Queensland coast. Part of the upgrade involved two bypass… Continue Reading

Wyaralong Dam

Wyaralong Dam

Boonah, Queensland Wyaralong Dam is the newest dam in South East Queensland, completed in 2011. The dam holds 102,883 mega litres of water at full capacity. The lake and surrounding areas also provide recreation facilities and have become a major tourist drawcard for the Scenic Rim region. The Wyaralong Dam is located in the Logan… Continue Reading