Terminals (N.Z.) Limited, 2013

Mount Maunganui Fuel Storage - Tank 5

We were awarded the contract for the fabrication and installation of the new 10 million litre fuel tank at Gull's Mount Maunganui storage terminal.

Construction of the 10 million litre tank for Terminals NZ was completed in time for the official tank opening on the 19th April 2013.

Fulton Hogan, 2008-2010

Mount Maunganui Bitumen Plant

Fulton Hogan contracted us to construct an 11,000m³ API 650 Storage Tank and carry out a full plant upgrade for their Mount Maunganui bitumen plant. Fulton Hogan made a corporate decision to upgrade the plant to meet current  environmental and health and safety standards which involved demolition of much of the existing plant and installation of new plant and equipment. We delivered the construction of the storage tank and the plant upgrade on a tight time frame so that Fulton Hogan could meet its obligations to their customers on time.

The project involved construction and erection of several pipe bridges, replacement of thermal oil and product pipe work and installation of mechanical equipment associated with the plant. Due to its prominent position on Mount Maunganui’s main industrial route from the Port of Tauranga this will remain one of our iconic  projects.

Downer, 2011

Mount Maunganui Bitumen Plant

We were the head mechanical contractor for Downer EDI’s Mount Maunganui Bitumen Plant upgrade in 2010. The project took place over seven months and timing was critical as Downer needed to take delivery of raw materials from offshore in time to meet production requirements for the new roading season.

Construction of six new API 650 Storage tanks and pipe spooling for thermal heating and product was carried out in our Mount Maunganui workshops prior to the plant being shut down.

The Project involved demolition of the existing facility so that installation of tanks, mechanical equipment and piping could take place; a new emulsion plant was also installed by us as part of the project. Major refurbishment of the existing tanks on site was also undertaken so that they could meet current code compliance.

The Project was completed on time and under budget with zero lost time or medically treated injuries.