Having completed the concept development stage for the port and managed site investigations and data gathering, BMT delivered a reference design to enable the project to move into the construction phase.
The information from preceding investigations informed further design of the port facilities.
BMT's wide ranging role involved:
Services and expertise provided:
BMT designed the port as a multi product facility handling import and export of bulk products, livestock export and possibly Ro-Ro traffic. A flexible design was therefore required so that it could adapt easily to a variety of cargo types.
The wharf structure is a fully land backed structure allowing vehicles to access along its full length. An underground conveyor was developed to ensure vehicle access and avoid conveyor structures on the wharf inhibiting future use of the berth.
The structure was an open load backed wharf with a monolithic concrete deck supported on steel piles over a rock revetment protecting the load backed reclamation. Similarly the land side, utilities and drainage layouts were developed for a variety of users or cargoes in mind.
BMT was engaged to prepare designs to more than double the output of an existing barge loading facility in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The facility handles a number of different grades of coal to deliver a specified blend to each barge.
BMT was commissioned to complete a multi-million dollar feasibility study to assess the commercial, technical and environmental viability of the Sebuku mine expansion project in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The majority of the study was completed in-house, showcasing the broad range of specialist skill sets that exist within BMT.
BMT has been providing engineering support to Muhibbah Engineering Bhd for the LNG Regasification Facilities Project, commencing from FEED for the LNG regas unit and the Island berth.
Overall management of preconstruction phase works for the port and marine components for the Bulk and General Facility.