The delivery of non-process infrastructure (NPI) projects is logistically challenging given these projects form part of large, complex resource projects in remote locations.
Our success in this sector demonstrates our understanding and ability to deliver to tight timeframes within major project developments.
In the north-west of Western Australia we have delivered NPI projects on all of the state’s major liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in recent years, including for the Pluto, Devil Creek, Gorgon and Wheatstone projects.
Building in remote parts of Australia draws on detailed and accurate procurement, effective logistic chains, including transportation and quarantine, and construction methodologies and workforce that can withstand harsh environments. The use of modularisation and pre-fabrication techniques for the production of common elements drives efficiency and cost savings on these projects.
Our vast experience in NPI projects include the delivery of substations, field auxiliary buildings, warehouses, workshops, administration buildings, chemical and waste storage sheds, operations centres and laboratory buildings, in addition to the 3,800 bed construction village at Wheatstone.