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A Cranage Solution Built Out At Sea

Located approximately 40 kilometres south of Mackay in Queensland, Australia, the Hay Point Coal Terminal (HPCT) is part of one of the largest coal export ports in the world –  the Port of Hay Point. After working with McConnell Dowell on a previous expansion project for Rio Tinto at Cape Lambert in Western Australia, McConnell Dowell contacted us to assist with the development of their cranage strategy and overall construction methodology for the marine works and their project bid. Subsequently BMA awarded the contract for the project’s marine works to joint venture partners, McConnell Dowell and GeoSea JV (MDGS JV), and Marr Contracting was awarded a contract to supply five heavy lift tower cranes.  

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