• RTIO Gudai Darri Project

    PARC Engineering was engaged by Laing O’Rourke to support the new process plant construction at Rio Tinto’s Gudai-Darri mine, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara. PARC Engineering supplied Laing O’Roruke with an experienced construciuton team from Engineering and HSE through to Supervisors, Skilled and Semi labour to assist with the construction of the RTIO Gudai-Darri project.

  • BHP Car Dumper Refurbishment (CD3)

    PARC Engineering was engaged by Monadelphous to support the refurbishment of BHP’s Car Dumper 3 at Nelson Point, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara. PARC Engineering supplied Monadelphous with an experienced project team including Superintendents, Supervisors, Skilled and Semi-skilled labour to assist with the refurbishment project. The combined team successfully delivering the project across a 660-hour shutdown which involved over 100,000 man hours, all LTI free.

  • Kemerton Lithium Project

    PARC Engineering was engaged by TCD to support the new process plant construction at Albemarle’s Kemerton Lithium project, located in Western Australia’s South West. PARC Engineering supplied an experienced and dedicated, self-sufficient construction team of over 100 personnel including both SMP and E&I resources. This team included construction management, supervision, engineering, HSE and a multi-disciplined construction team supported with PARC Engineering’s plant and equipment allowing successful project delivery.

  • FMG WHIMS Project

    PARC Engineering was engaged by Primero to support a process plant upgrade at FMG’s Christmas Creek mine, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara. PARC Engineering supplied Primero with Supervisors, skilled and semi-skilled labour to assist with the provision of the construction of the FMG WHIMS plant. This included Mechanical and Pipe Fitters along with experienced Advanced Riggers and Trade Assistants to support the installation.

  • Woodside KLE Project

    PARC Engineering was engaged by Monadelphous & Giovenco (MGJV) to support the KLE project, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara. PARC Engineering supplied Perth and site based technical resources to focus on the delivery and handover the LNG Truck Load Out. This included completion of the E&I work-packs, completion of QA documentation, punch-listing and handover of electrical scopes.

  • BHP Zero Energy

    PARC Engineering was engaged by Laing O’Rourke to implement the Zero Energy works at the Goldsworthy mine site, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara. PARC Engineering provided a team of Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers and Supervisors to systematically assess mine infrastructure. This included conveyors, train load-out systems, primary crushers, HV/LV workshops, high voltage powerlines, substation and camps. Where de-energisation was required, PARC Engineering had a multidiscipline crew with plant, equipment and tooling to complete the works.

  • RTIO Rail Shut

    Challenge – This was the largest RTIO rail shut in recent years. As it was a dual line outage it left RTIO with no levels of redundancy. This involved working in a restricted area to upgrade parallel networks concurrently.

    Solution – To complete this shut PARC supplied Superintendent, Engineering, Logistics, HSE and Supervision support.

    Results – The shut finished on time, allowing a reduced locomotive cycle time of 90 minutes.

  • Mulla Mulla Camp

    Challenge – PARC was engaged to accelerate the project closeout of BHP’s Southflank camp upgrade and expansion in Mulla Mulla. This included all ITP’s, MDR, Punch Listing, stakeholder walkdowns and custodial transfers

    Solution – To execute this project close-out, PARC supplied mechanical and electrical resources which also helped to manage and complete close out requirements and support the commissioning and hand-over activities.

    Results – The project was completed safely and there were no incidents with the punch-listing, closeout and handover. This allowed for early demobilisation of the client’s key management resources which then meant they could transition to another project while PARC drove project completion.