Fusion Contracting Wa Pty Ltd continues to lead the way with research & development in the Bulk Haulage industry.. This is the latest licensed and approved 214tonne GCM rated road train carting Iron Ore in the Pilbara for a major client MRL. This will give a payload of 150T delivered to the Port Hedland Utah Point facilities. Another huge millstone for the mining industry. I would like to thank PMI for their ongoing support and assistance, also to Howard Porter for their excellent standard of work and for their tech support as well. Cheers Casper
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Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) awarded McConnell Dowell the design and construction of the Pilbara Iron Ore Infrastructure Project at Port Hedland in Western Australia. FMG is positioning itself as the third major iron ore producer in Australia. MacDow's scope of work included a load-out berth, a lay-by berth and navigation aids. The load-out berth comprises a 100 m long approach jetty complete with roadway and elevated conveyor trusses; a transfer station platform with wharf conveyor, drive and belt change-out areas; and a wharf structure to supports the shiploader. The wharf includes shiploader rails; six independent berthing dolphins including fenders and quick release mooring hooks and controls; and trafficable concrete deck required for maintenance and associated traffic. The lay-by berth comprises eight independent berthing and mooring dolphins with interconnecting catwalks. Included on the berth were remotely controlled quick release mooring hooks and capstans on all dolphins. A total of five new navigation aids were designed and installed within the confines of the Port Hedland Port Authority (PHPA) inner harbour. Piling of the 341 piles were carried out by two piling barges with 350 tonne cranes, and a construction barge with a 180 tonne crane. Each of these barges was in turn supplied by four material/supply barges. Piles were driven using a piling frame system specifically designed by the company and predominantly constructed by MacDow's fabrication yard in Batam, Indonesia. The piling works included installation of 341 no. 1,016 diameter piles totalling 6,230 tonnes with wall thickness of 20, 22 and 35 mm. The piles ranged in size from 38 m to 55 m long. A modular approach was used to construct the deck structures. Steel modules form the main structural elements and incorporate pre-cast concrete planks, conveyor galleries and associated equipment. The modules were laser aligned off site to ensure on site alignment required only minor adjustment. The modular approach minimised on-site work, reduced the overall programme duration, and ensured achievement of our first milestone date for the arrival of the client's shiploader. Overall the project was completed on time and on budget, and MacDow's performance was recognised by its peers with the awarding of the WA Civil Contractor's Federation 2008 Construction Excellence Award. Based on the performance on this project, MacDow was awarded the first phase of the expansion of the facility. This includes the addition of a new approach jetty; a new transfer tower; new main loadout berth; new lay-by berth; new berthing dolphins and associated works. With the current growth and expansions planned for the Pilbara area over the next few years, McConnell Dowell is at the forefront of the design and construction of new civil marine projects to service the resources boom.
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Lambron Contracting offer Civil Contracting, Mine Site Rehabilitation & Civil Earthworks throughout the Midwest region of Western Australia. Working primarily in the mining industry, Lambron Civil Contracting have team of highly trained and skilled operators and supervisors have earned Lambron a reputation as a professional, reliable and flexible business. Specialising in Mine site rehabilitation, drainage, establishment of drill pads, rock breaking, site preparation, general concreting, underground services. Lambron Contracting operates in Dongara, Geraldton, Eneabba, Mt Magnet, Three Springs, Meekathara, Mullewa and all over the Midwest of Western Australia. Visit our website at www.lambron.com.au
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Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project Pilbara Minerals’ 100%-owned Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project, located 120km from Port Hedland in Western Australia’s resource-rich Pilbara region, is one of the biggest new lithium ore (spodumene) deposits in the world, with a globally significant hard rock spodumene resource. The Project is readily accessible by road, with relatively simple access to existing infrastructure (including downstream port facilities) at the existing port of Port Hedland.
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Hamersley Iron awarded McConnell Dowell Constructors (Aust) Pty Ltd, in joint venture, the contract to construct The Dampier Port Upgrade (DPU) project in Dampier, Western Australia. Delivered in stages, MacDow was responsible for the construction of Phase A. This involved the construction of a 455 m wharf extension and a new access jetty, tail end structure and electrical deck. Modifications to the existing wharf were also required. The upgrade of their Dampier Port Facilities was the centrepiece of Hamersley Iron's A$1 billion capital works program for their iron ore assets in Western Australia. The main wharf extension required 24 vertical and 72 raking piles which were 1,200 mm in diameter and up to 38 m long. The wharf piles were driven through a purpose built frame and gates; and were supported on spud piles for stability and accuracy of driving. A fleet of barges equipped with specialist piling equipment was mobilised from our Batam Fabrication Facility in Indonesia. A key part of the MacDow solution was the use of modularisation to speed up the construction program. Four deck modules each 54 m long and 18 m wide were cast in Perth and freighted to the site by a heavy-lift ship mobilised from Amsterdam. Each module weighed almost 400 tonnes and was lifted into place, "instantly" adding 216 metres of new deck to the wharf. Eighteen new dolphins were also constructed using a cluster of four raker piles in the centre under the wharf and 2 longitudinal raker piles. These piles ranged in size from 700 mm to 1200 mm in diameter. Drawing on our mechanical and electrical expertise, the project team delivered new materials handling infrastructure including a conveyor system; transfer tower; and drive and take up structures. An extension and modifications were also made to the existing conveyor system. Working within the confines of an existing operational wharf required close collaboration and constant communication between the MacDow project team and Hamersley's operations staff. The facility remained fully operational throughout the expansion. Delivered on time and on budget, our performance on the project led to the negotiation and awarding of Phase 2 of the expansion works as the sole contractor.
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Caterpillar 140H grader coming into Drysdale River Station, The Kimberley, Western Australia. Due to poor road conditions, these guys were averaging 60km a day with this combination. They were pulling in to Drysdale river station for a nights rest and some refreshments...
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I swapped a car plant in Luton, UK to work in an iron ore mine in Western Australia. http://www.thecreativenomad.co
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The top five jobs in demand from a mining comeback The top five jobs in demand from a mining comeback Electricians, engineers and diesel mechanics are in high demand on the back of a resources revival in WA, one Perth recruitment agency has claimed. BHP has pulled the trigger on its $4.7b South Flank project in the Pilbara ,which is set to employ 2500 workers during its construction phase and create 600 permanent jobs. The iron ore mine is expected to have a life of 25 years. Electricians, engineers and diesel mechanics are in high demand across WA. Picture: 9NEWSAndrew Sander of Scotford & Fenn... SUBSCRIBE To Our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPMjaOmdSqkcKmrntN5TF4Q Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/World-Breaking-News-1801911953358902/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/trinhhuuminhly Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101746655803030079868 Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/adanjanuzai/ Wedsite : http://www.bbc.com/news Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/world_breaking_news_tv/ Source : http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/942396751?-: Thanks For Watching Video. Please SUBSCRIBE
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Well there’s nothing like business opportunities with major LNG projects to get the attention of industrial suppliers and service providers. A recent report on Projectory on the Award of a $170m contract for the offshore LNG Gorgon project attracted strong interest in the last fortnight. Downer EDI won a 12 month contract for work at the project on Barrow Island, with an option to extend the period. The contract is for miscellaneous works, and will create approximately 400 new jobs, predominately located on Barrow Island. The scope of the work encompasses: structural and piping erection; mechanical installations; electrical and instrumentation services; civil works; pre-commissioning; and commissioning/start-up assistance. While attention may have peaked on major projects in the West a report on Projectory on contract awarded for the construction of a $1bn Melbourne suburb also drew considerable attention. The contract has been awarded for the construction of a new Melbourne suburb that will provide 4,000 new homes and a waterfront town centre. Lend Lease will begin immediate construction of the $1 billion, 435ha Harpley project. Well back to WA and the award of a significant power supply contract in the Pilbara received much attention from Projectory subscribers. Horizon Power has signed a contract with APR Energy to deliver power to the Pilbara from four new turbines. The duel-fuel gas turbines are due to be installed at the South Hedland plant and producing power by October 2014. Horizon Power had a contract with Forge Group to supply generation for the Hedland Precinct Power Project (HPPP) but that contract was terminated in February this year when Forge became insolvent. Well back to the Eastern States where a contract awarded for a $580 million shopping centre expansion in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs attracted strong interest. Probuild has been selected as preferred contractor to construct the latest expansion of Chadstone Shopping Centre. The development will include the construction of 40 new retail spaces, a cinema complex, a 10-level office building and a hotel. In addition, 800 extra car park spaces and new transport links will be built. Well Queensland finally gets a look in with a recent announcement spruiking hundreds of new jobs in Bowen Basin from a $313m mine expansion. Cockatoo Coal recently announced its Baralaba Coal Expansion Project, 150km west of Rockhampton, would lift coal production from 1 million tonne per annum (mtpa) to 3.5 mtpa by 2016. As a result of the expansion, the resource producer will require more suppliers and employees. It will create 200 new jobs throughout the next two years. Cockatoo aims to employ locally across its project sites and, while staff numbers are at full capacity for now, the next round of recruitment will occur in 2015. Another Queensland project has drawn attention from the industrial supply and service community following announcement of a $440m infrastructure project to create 2500 jobs in southeast Queensland. Queensland Transport and Main Roads recently released details of the proposed Mooloolah River Interchange Upgrade on the Sunshine Coast. A key contact confirmed that developing planning was underway for a north-south transport corridor connecting Caloundra, Kawana, Mooloolaba and Maroochydore. For more information on these projects and plenty more including contact details for key project contacts and information on procurement protocols visit Projectory. Entries are also open for the inaugural Projectory Nova Awards recognising and rewarding outstanding individuals in the industrial supply and service sector involved in developing, maintaining and supporting sales and new business. For full details, visit the Events page on the Projectory website. Tickets are also selling fast for 2nd Annual Projectory-BIS Shrapnel Major Projects Outlook luncheon sponsored by Bid Write at the Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour on Thursday 27 November. For more information, visit the Events page on the Projectory website.
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Downer Blasting Services (DBS) is one of the largest blasting services providers in the Australian mining industry. It provides innovative blasting solutions to over 20 projects across Australia, with a fleet of over 50 Mobile Processing Units, four state-of-the-art emulsion-manufacturing facilities and a 300-strong workforce. For over a decade DBS has gone the Extra Mile to provide a flexible, collaborative and pioneering blasting service to its impressive list of major resources sector customers. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Downer Mining, it has the backing and scale of a leading mining services company, but the personal touch of a smaller one. From working closely with its customers to understand their business drivers and developing detailed blast designs for every new project, to individually configuring each service truck to meet specific user needs, DBS aims to provide flexible and tailored solutions in each and every situation.
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A standoff is brewing at one of the world's biggest gas projects on Darwin's doorstep. Two contractors at the Ichthys Inpex venture are squabbling over payments as the project falls over time, over budget and sends one contractor's share price plunging. With more redundancies slated, I took a look at the bigger picture as the mining boom slows, companies serving the industry suffer and ask: is the current economic climate the new normal? This is an ABC report.
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At present blue collar workers on resource projects in Western Australia have highly undesirable rosters compared to those in more senior positions. This inequality needs to remedied so that all fly in fly out workers can have an equal work/life balance.
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Crushing granite into -22mm Roadbase for the Roy Hill project near Port Hedland.
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Carvill Contracting - Backhoe Hire, Site Levelling, Trenching, Tipper Hire WA | Rockingham | Port Hedland | Bibra Lake Visit our website: http://backhoehirewa.com.au/ Or find out more on dLook: http://www.dlook.com.au/earthmoving/wa-perth-navalbase/backhoe-hire-wa-3756771
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http://www.westjobs.com.au Unskilled Jobs In WA - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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DM Civil Guaranteed Performance Since 1976 DM Civil has been providing tailored, sustainable civil contracting solutions to many of Australia's leading companies. Located in Perth, Western Australia, our core principles, which are based on diversity, motivation, and commitment, underpin the way we work and are at the heart of everything we do. Over the years, it's our honest, hands-on approach and an ability to 'get the job done' that has earned us the loyalty of our clients and the respect of our peers. When you partner with us, you get guaranteed performance and a passion that runs through every member of our team.
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Riding my Honda cruiser motorbike (the Black Widow), from Broome to Perth, via Kalgoorlie, including a nine day sojourn working for Goldrush Tours at Mt Keith, (598ks north of Kalgoorlie). Hopefully the photos will show the beauty of the WA outback and what life is like at a FIFO (FLY IN/ FLY OUT) mine.
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EGAN Drilling (http://www.egandrilling.com.au) is a Perth based dedicated RC drilling contractor. The business was incorporated in 1986 and has continued to drilling efficiency and safety standards through the construction of specialised self contained drilling rigs. We work for all the major mining companies through out Western Australia and continue to receive repeat business. Our commitment to in house training is based on having the most experienced drillers teaching the drill crew correct procedures and we back this up with a comprehensive safety management system. In our 20 years of operation we have never employed a driller from outside the company we have trained every single driller ourselves.
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http://www.fifofuture.com.au FIFO WA Western Australia. Financial Planning, Tips & Advice for FIFO staff, workers and contractors. Video by http://www.websiteseoaustralia.com.au
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Outback truckers and road trains using the Roy Hill road in Western Australia cross the BHPBIO M281.7 railway level crossing located near the Phil’s Creek project site, can use this video as safety reference. BHP run some of the longest and heaviest rail trains in the world hauling iron ore to Port Hedland. These trains that run on the Pilbara railways network have two or three engines in front pulling with another two engines mid way along the train. Procedure for Contacting BHPB Rail in the event of an incident or accident at the M281.7 crossing on the Roy Hill Road. Step 1: Call Newman Train Control on 08 6321 7054, and notify the train controller of incident or accident details. If no response go to Step 2. Step 2: Call BHPB Crossing Fault line on 0429 106 639. If no response go to Step 3. Step 3: Contact Phils Creek Emergency contact on 0427 591 787 and advise details. The Phil’s Creek Emergency Contact will make an “Emergency, Emergency, Emergency” announcement on the VHF radio and follow emergency radio call protocol. This video was made for Fusion Contraction WA as part of their road train driver training and safety program.
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www.globesterrecruitment.com There has never been a better time to move to Australia. With the mining boom in full swing there are a vast number of opportunities for diesel mechanics, auto-electricians and boilermakers. Watch our short video for more information on applying for work in Western Australia and making the move.
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fmgl.com.au | Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) celebrates a defining moment in the iron ore industry's history with the first train departing the Solomon iron ore mine bound for Port Hedland. Chairman Andrew Forrest and Chief Executive Officer Nev Power joined Traditional Owners, Fortescue employees and contracting partners at Solomon on Saturday to open the line before the train, carrying 240 wagons and 23,000 tonnes of ore from the Firetail deposit, made its maiden journey to the Herb Elliott Port over 300 kilometres away.
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www.plantman.com.au Plantman Equipment is a privately owned and operated company, providing a broad fleet of quality heavy mobile plant and custom support equipment for sale or rental to the mining, civil and construction industries. Commencing operation in 1992, Plantman Equipment has been a pioneering developer of mining service vehicles, and has since grown its custom service fleet, now designing and manufacturing a range of over 25 different vehicle modules from its main production facility in Perth, Western Australia. Today Plantman Equipment is known across the earthmoving industry for consistently delivering mine specification equipment, backed by comprehensive service and support programs. With clients in 12 countries around the world Plantman Equipment has the proven experience and industry knowledge to handle the largest earthmoving projects. www.plantman.com.au
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Online Administrators Brierty Ltd Clearance Auction - MAJOR EVENT Earthmoving, Mining, Civil & Trucks (Port Hedland) Bidding & Registration at www.gregsons.com.au Auction Inspection: Tuesday 5 December & Wednesday 6 December 2017. 9am - 4pm Auction Date: Thursday 7 December 2017 - Closing from 11am AWST Assets Location: Port Hedland Time Between Lots: 1 lot close in 1 Minute Interval’s Anti Sniping Time: 2 Minutes GST Implications: GST Exc Auction (GST of 10% will be added to the final sale price and the buyer’s premium) Buyers Premium: 5.5% (GST Inc) Invoice Calculation Example: $100 Hammer Price + 10% GST + 5.5% Buyers Premium = $116.05 Payment Deadline: Within 48 Hours of Auction End, all invoice totals (inc GST & BP) below $2,000 total will be directly charged to customers credit card. Where the total Invoice Amount exceeds AUD$2,001.00, Gregsons will charge 5% of the total to your registered credit card. By doing this you are securing your purchase, the balance of your invoice is then payable via direct deposit (telegraphic transfer) IN FULL (NO part payments) into our bank account within two (2) working days from sale closing date. Collection Period: 9am to 4pm - Monday 11 December, Tuesday 12 December, Wednesday 13 December, Thursday 14 December & Friday 15 December 2017
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Road trains, dirt, dust and bog holes are all daily challenges that face the Pilbara truckers in their race against the clock to get the loads in on time.
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BHP Billiton's TEMCO manganese plant at Bell Bay in Tasmania have continuously polluted the Tamar Valley over a number of years.This plant is renown for its cosmetic policies and procedures amongst the regions contractor groups and the wider community.The EPA were notified of these incidents and TEMCO were found to have breached their obligations with the EPA. They are also in breach of BHP Billiton's own Environmental Policies. This plant has been closed for 3 months for a review of its operations and it has been decided to commence operations again shortly. The EPA now need to get on the front foot and prosecute this company for failing to meet its obligations and not allow this pollution to continue. Honesty and Integrity from this company I think not! BHP Billiton's TEMCO management have condoned a negative workplace culture of bullying, assaults (physical and sexual), harassment, intimidation, food tampering. Although most of the incidents had been reported, management had chosen to either covered them up or not investigated them thoroughly. Management would then victimise the employee or employee's that made the complaint. Examples of such incidents: An employee removed a cobb of corn from another employee's dinner plate while he was out of the room and placed it in his anus and then placed it back on the plate. This was done while a TEMCO supervisor was watching. When the employee returned to eat his dinner the supervisor and the other employee sat back and laughed. An employee rubbing his penis up against other employee's a number of times. One such employee now the Production Manager. There have been a number of assaults on site, including an 18 year old contractor who was assaulted three times by the same employee. A Safety Department with a Manager who thinks it is not right to protect a Contractor from being assaulted by Temco employee. A Safety Officer with Drugs, Assault & Firearms convictions. A Human Resources Advisor who's defence is these incidents occur in every company. Where else would there be a Phantom Shitter ( employee or employee's ) who continually leave human faeces lumped or smeared everywhere in the Temco cribrooms, toilets, gym or any workplace. Why would any Investor or any other Company buy into this 1960's cultured and backward mismanaged organisation. It is now December 2015 and this company has changed its name to South32 and a lot of these issues still occur. Recently a number of employees were escorted from this site under investigation for Bullying and Harassment after a group of employees made complaints. The previous Human Resources manager was terminated but a number of staff involved in a number of these issues still remain. A change of name will not change the culture within this site, it has to happen from the manager down. Over the years there has been a number of employees at this site that have committed suicide or contemplated suicide from the way they have been treated. This Site needs an overhaul of its management people from outside and get away from the bad recruitment decisions of the past that have been made for the wrong reasons. CHANGING THE NAME FROM BHP BILLITON TO SOUTH32 WILL NOT CHANGE HOW POORLY TEMCO HAS BEEN MANAGE FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME!
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Allstar Engineering is the specialist Engineering & Techical division of Allstar Recruitment Group. Allstar Recruitment Group is a leading nationwide Australian recruitment agency with 5 specialised divisions. We help you "meet your match" Go to our website! http://www.allstarrecruitmentgroup.com.au or http://www.allstarengineering.com.au Find Us On Facebook (like us for jobs, news and competitions!) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Allstar-Recruitment-Group/120375518014135
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Nothing exciting, just a couple of scenes on the drive in and out of Mackay, a wide load dump-truck tray and some roadworks late afternoon.
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We are leading supplier of aggregates product, industrial sand, cement, concrete hollow blocks, and reinforced concrete pipe in Philippines. We are continuing export our product thought Asia pacific region up to Europe to expand our business worldwide. To all importers We VBV TRADING (Philippines) are Willing, Ready and Able to supply and export the following product. 1. Manufactured Sand - S1 Maximum size: 5 mm Quality assurance: fully complies with ASTM D1073 and DPWH Item 310 grading requirements. Uses: asphalt mixes, structural beddings, pavement seal coats, fairway sand caps. 2. Vibro Sand Manufactured Washed Sand Vibro Sand is a processed sand came from lahar and it will be in form of sandy and sizes of 2mm & 4mm. Usually it is use for plastering and finishing wall concrete. Normally it is originally in Pampanga and Zambales province. 3. White Sand Whitesand or Lahar sand is came from the volcanic eruption of the Famous Philippine Mount Pinatubo. Normally it is an Ingredient for making concrete hollow block (CHB), reinforced concrete pipe, and other concrete product; it is also use for plaster 4. Concrete Hollow Blocks (CHB) Concrete blocks are made from cast concrete, e.g. Portland cement and aggregate, usually sand and fine gravel for high-density blocks. Lower density blocks may use industrial wastes as an aggregate. Lightweight blocks can also be produced. 5. Reinforced Concrete Pipe (RCP) Modern Precast Concrete manufactures Reinforced Concrete Pipe (RCP). Reinforced Concrete Pipe is recognized by engineers, contractors, and specifying agencies as the most durable, versatile, and economics of all piping products. 6. G1 Washed Crushed Gravel Maximum size: 40 mm Quality assurance: fully complies with ASTM C33, including Grading #4 Uses: foundations, footing, roads, pavements, asphalt, ingredient for base course and sub-base course 7. 3/4 Washed Crushed Gravel Maximum size: 20 mm Quality assurance: fully complies with ASTM C33, including Grading #6. Uses: foundations, buildings, bridges, roads, pavements, precast members, superstructures and high-strength designs, asphalt 8. 3/8 Washed Crushed Gravel Maximum size: 10 mm Quality assurance: fully complies with ASTM C33, including Grading #89. Uses: buildings, bridges, roads, pavements, precast members, superstructures and high-strength designs, asphalt 9. Base Coarse Maximum size: 40 mm Compliance: meets DPWH Item 201 and Item 202 specifications Uses: roads, pavements, stabilization prior to concreting or asphalting. 10. Boulders Head-Size A boulder is a rock with grain size of usually no less than 10 centimeters (0.3 ft) diameter. While a boulder may be small enough to move or roll manually, others are extremely massive. In common usage, a boulder is easy for a person to move. 11. Armour Rock Materials from our quarries are used for vital river and sea defense work. We supply rock Armour stone that complies to DPWH specifications, together with rip-rap, gabions and walling stone. 12. Holcim Cement Holcim Wall Right is a masonry cement conforming to PNS ASTM C91 Type S specifications. Applications; Holcim WallRight is used for hollow block laying and filling, plastering, and finishing. It has superior bond strength, increased water retention, 13. Lafarge Cement FORTUNE® is a blended cement that uses high quality fly ash to enhance its workability and long-term durability. A study conducted by WWF-Philippines and Lafarge shows that the total environmental burden, which includes carbon emission. 14. Mixed Gravel and Sand MSG is composed of unconsolidated rock fragments that have a general particle size range and include size classes from granule- to boulder-sized fragments. MSG is categorized by the DPWH scale into granular gravel (2 to 4 mm or 0.079 to 0.157 in) 15. Sub-Base Coarse Maximum size: 50 mm Compliance: meets DPWH Item 200 specifications. Uses: roads, pavements, stabilization prior to concreting or asphalting.
Views: 2389 Bryan Gamboa
BHP Billiton is an Anglo-Australian multinational mining, metals and petroleum company headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. It is the world's largest mining company measured by 2013 revenues. BHP Billiton was created in 2001 through the merger of the Australian Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited (BHP) and the Anglo–Dutch Billiton plc. The result is a dual-listed company. The Australia-registered BHP Billiton Limited, which has equal financial share in the company, has a primary listing on the Australian Securities Exchange and is the largest company in Australia measured by market capitalisation. The UK-registered BHP Billiton Plc has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. It had a market capitalisation of approximately £41.5 billion ($69.5 billion) as of 19 August 2014. On August 19, 2014, BHP Billiton announced the company would be split in two. A newly formed entity named NewCo would house the company's non-core assets. Capitalized at $15 billion, the new entity would be listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Red Earth Works - Earthmoving, Excavation, Excavator Hire, Plant Equipment Hire Tom Price | Karratha | Newman | Pilbara Region, Port Hedland Visit our website: http://www.redearthworks.net.au/ Or find out more on dLook: http://www.dlook.com.au/excavation-machinery/wa-pilbara-tomprice/earthmoving-tom-price-1164688
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Pilbara. Karijini National Park
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