Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal QLD
Australia

Project Overview

The Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) incorporates the construction of a rail receival dump, overland and underground conveyor systems, stockyards, jetty, wharf, ship-loader and terminal facilities. Once fully commissioned, the terminal will provide over 80 million tonnes per annum in additional coal export capacity through the port of Gladstone. WICET is made up of eight owners: Aquila Resources, Bandanna Energy, Caledon Resources, Cockatoo Coal, Northern Energy Corporation, Wesfarmers Curragh, Yancoal and Glencore.

TBH’s Role

TBH was engaged by Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) to provide programming advice, contractual claims analysis, cost management and dispute resolution services across several construction contracts for the first stage of works.

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Project Overview

Client Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal
Services Claims and Cost Estimations
Value 2.5 billion
Duration 2015 (estimated)
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