Roy Hill Levee 10 Project
Guma ICRG completed the key hydraulic structure for the Roy Hill Mine Project which included the embankment compaction of 50,000m3 of borrow material at 200mm lifts (50 lifts in total – 10m). The purpose of Levee was to protect the Mine Project infrastructure from flooding as part of the Kulbee Creek Diversion. The Guma ICRG team mobilised a team of 30 staff & plant within 10 days of award and successfully delivered the project safely with no incidents.
- Preparation and rehab of borrow pits and set up water source
- Win, haul, place compact 50,000m3 material taking 50 lifts at 200mm per lift.
- Capping road base layer
- Excavate Key Trench
- Topsoil relocation and foundation prep
- Rock mulch and armour Levee faces (10,000m2) 8 week schedule completed to DMP standard
Completed on time and inline with client’s KPI’s
MTI and LTI free project
Roy Hill MSA Road Upgrade
Upgrade and sealing of MSA Access Road, Carpark and Gatehouse.