Project Description

This project gave a major facelift to an old service station and existing fuel depot located in the heart of Alice Springs. The project included a total knock down and rebuild of the service station with the latest Caltex imaging. The fuel depot scope incorporated demolition of the existing drum store building, a new road tanker loadout gantry, two new drum store buildings, upgraded drainage and associated civil and piping works.



Construction completed in November 2001.



Total project value is approximately $2 million.


TfA Contribution

TfA provided project management, detailed design and construction site supervision. This included, co-ordination of all regulatory body approvals, commissioning and site documentation.

Media Centre

View All

Industry Note Nov 2023: NSW State Environmental Planning Policy (Sustainable Buildings) 2022

The New South Wales, Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) brought the State Environmental Planning Policy (Sustainable Buildings) 2022 (Sustainable Buildings SEPP) into effect on 1 October 2023 for the…


Sustainable Liquid Fuels: White Paper Part 3

With 175 billion litres (BL) of production per year and hundreds of plants in operation, biofuels represent 3.6% of the world liquid fuels market. Whilst the IEA Net Zero by…


Green Hydrogen Potential: White Paper Part 2

Green hydrogen offers huge potential to help Australia decarbonise. However, the production of green hydrogen requires significant supplies of renewable electricity. There are not only many competing uses for green…