Bungala Solar Farm


Project Overview

The Bungala solar photovoltaic power plant is being constructed approximately 10km north-east of Port Augusta in South Australia. Expected to be one of Australia’s biggest solar farms, it will support the government’s Renewable Energy Target (RET) initiative, which aims to generate 23.5% of energy from renewable sources by 2020.  

The power project is being developed in two phases, namely Bungala Solar One and Bungala Solar Two, at a total estimated cost of $315m. Civil & Allied Technical Construction Pty Ltd (CATCON) were successfully engaged to deliver the second stage of the 110MW Solar Farm. 


TBH’s Role

TBH were engaged by Civil & Allied Technical Construction Pty Ltd for Programming services on the Bungala Solar Farm works. The services suggested and provided by TBH were as follows: 

  • Initial development of a client issue construction programme using CATCON’s preferred scheduling software
  • Monthly programme status based on mark-ups made by the client using tailored forecasts provided by TBH 
  • Critical Path investigation/queries

To find out more about TBH’s Planning & Scheduling experience, please visit the Planning & Scheduling page.

Project Overview

Client Civil & Allied Technical Construction Pty Ltd
Services Project Planning and Scheduling
Value $850 million
Duration 2017 - Ongoing
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