APEC Haus,Port Moresby PNG

CE Group is proud to be a part of the APEC Haus project, which delivered an iconic building that showcases Papua New Guinea throughout the duration of the APEC Conference. The design concept for the building is a contemporary impression, based on the Lakatoi Sail of the Motu-Koita culture, and the structure has been purpose built to provide a facility that the people of Papua New Guinea can enjoy long term when it is handed to the Tourism Promotion Authority and converted into a museum.

CE Groups scope included supply, installation and commissioning of the Power, Light, Back up Generation, CCTV, Security, Access Control, Communications, IT Network and Exterior Feature Lighting.

Lower Molonglo Furnace Upgrade

The three existing Aeration Blowers in the Secondary Treatment Facility at Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre in Canberra, ACT had exceeded their economic life. The Project consisted of replacing each Blower and associated equipment.

Over four construction stages, the new Blowers were brought into commission, all while maintaining redundancy and the critical, continuous aeration to the treatment plant. Many challenging system cutovers were faced, including a new Fibre Optic Termination Cubicle, all having the added pressure of a 45 minute maximum shutdown time on the Blower System.

APLNG Curtis Island Permanent Buildings

CE Group were Contracted by Leighton Contractors to perform the Electrical Services on the 10 Permanent Buildings at APLNG. This was our first Project with Leighton Contractors and included the Main Control Admin Facility, Marine Terminal Building, Fire Station Medical Facility, Compressor Control 1, Compressor Control 2, Maintenance/Lab Workshop, Warehouse, Dangerous Goods Store, Waste Storage and Marine Guard House.

Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Stacker Installation

Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal is located at Hay Point, near Mackay , Queensland. The facility commenced operation in 1983, and has established itself as Queensland’s premier coal export facility. The terminal is an integral part of Australia’s coal supply chain, ensuring reliability and continuity of coal supply from the Bowen Basin coal fields to the world export market. With an uncompromising dedication to ensuring the safety of its people and the surrounding community, coupled with an unparalleled persistence to achieve operational excellence, DBCT P/L has been reliably exporting coal around the world for 30 years.

Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Management (DBCTM) announced the requirement to replace an existing rail-mounted stacker machine with a new, similar machine as part of an ongoing program of works to sustain the operation of their existing facility. The existing stacker (ST1) was originally installed as part of the initial development of the terminal in the early 1980’s and is now considered to have reached the end of its usable life.

GRM Coal Reclaimer and Stacker Upgrade

Goonyella Riverside Mine (GRM) is a coal mine located in the Bowen Basin approximately 30km north of Moranbah, and 190km southwest of Mackay. The Raw Coal Reclaimer and Raw Coal Stacker at Goonyella Riverside Mine is over 30 years old and much of both machines do not meet latest Standards, Codes and BMA specifications. In effort to rectify this and extend the machines’ operational life, the machines were to undergo an overhaul of electrical and mechanical infrastructure.

The project required significant works during the shutdown. The scope of work encompassed all E&I activities and Mechanical rectification on both machines, which included the following:

  • Replace existing switchrooms including temporary works to allow removal
  • Replace travel motors, remove existing travel brakes and replace isolators and cabling
  • Re-connect existing cables to new switchrooms
  • Provide modification to platforms and handrails to accommodate new switchrooms
  • Testing and quality assurance
  • Provide assistance for commissioning

POM Power Station, Port Moresby

CE Group have been engaged to provide labour services for the development of the POM Power Station near Port Moresby, as part of the Clough Wartsila Joint Venture.

The project consists of one Site Engine Hall, housing six Gas Generator Engines, providing MV Supply to a dedicated MV Switchroom. The MV Switchroom provides two MV Supplys to the Power Station Switchyard to step up Transformers via underground conduit, primary side feeding 66Kv into Dual Overhead Lines to the PNG Power Network.