Mine Site Construction Services (MSCS) were contracted by Energy Resources Australia (ERA) to provide civil construction works at their Ranger Uranium site in Jabiru in Q3 & 4 of 2011.
The tailings storage dam wall lift required crushing and screening services to produce four different grades of construction material, all of which was sourced from the clients waste dumps.
Due to the unique environment at the site and the safety implications associated with ERA's primary resource, MSCS ensured that the Radiation Management plan and the regular cleaning of all HV and LV plant equipment was adhered to throughout the contract.
Energy Resources Australia
June 2011 – December 2011
Jabiru – Northern Territory
Project Man Hours
Material Quantity TSF Embankment
Material Crushed and Screened
Pavement and Capping
Plant Items Mobilised
Earthen Lift Construction of existing tailing dam facility RL 50 -58.
Crushing and Screening Services to produce four different grades of construction material, source from client’s waste dumps.
Placement of embankment rock armour with GPS guided plant.
Construction of Services reticulation trench including install of HDPE liner.
Employment and management of Local DIDO workforce – 90,000 man hours.
Mobilisation and Management of over 50 plant items from both local supply and interstate.
Rob Atkinson - CEO
Mine Site Construction Services (MSCS) carried out the construction of a 4 metre tailings dam wall lift for Energy Resources of Australia in 2011. This project was performed safely, to a high standard and was completed ahead of schedule. The strong engagement between the senior leaders of MSCS and ERA was also beneficial to the management of the contract.