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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.

 

Timing

Construction completed in November 2001.

 

Value

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.

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