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NRW WINS SECOND CONTRACT AT CAPE LAMBERT PORT
13/09/2012
NRW is pleased to announce the award of $133 million of works for Rio Tinto Iron Ore’s Cape Lambert Port B 353Mtpa Project (CLB353).The works include the CLB353 stockyard, conveyor link earthworks, relocation of water pipelines and rail formation earthworks. This will involve common excavation, rock excavation, crushing and screening to produce approximately one million tonnes of pavement material and construction of approximately 5 kilometres of sealed roads.These works will be undertaken over 48 weeks and will peak at a workforce of 270. As with the original contract, these works will be undertaken in joint venture with the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi Foundation Limited (NYFL).

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