SPH have developed a broad industrial sector portfolio ranging from materplanning, design of commercial buildings and fitouts, to major works “Building the Future” for the Pilbara Basin resource industry.
We have considerable experience in the masterplanning of major industrial sites and depots including masterplanning Rio Tinto Iron Ore’s non-process infrastructure (NPI) components for the 40 year development of their port and rail facilities at Cape Lambert and Dampier and their major rail depots at 6 and 7 Mile (Karratha). SPH were engaged by Rio Tinto Iron Ore to assist with the 40 year masterplanning of their major Cape Lambert Port and Rail Facility, Parker Point and East Intercourse Island Port and Rail Facility, including the major workshop, warehouse and administration centres at 6 and 7 Mile, Dampier.
These projects led to SPH designing and documenting numerous administration, control centre, workshop, warehouse and sundry other new buildings and building refurbishments for Rio Tinto. SPH’s current engagement by Rio Tinto across the fields of masterplanning, building design and documentation, design reviews and design standards revisions is testimony to the fact that SPH can deliver regional projects on time and on budget in the short time-frames demanded by a major multinational client as they respond to rapid and massive increases in production to satisfy world demands. In addition to RTIO, SPH have also assisted BHPBilliton with the masterplanning of their port and rail facilities at Nelson Point and have recently designed and documented BHPB’s new Tug Boat Harbour Depot which included administration, training, workshop and warehouse facilities.
We are also currently engaged by Swire OilField Services on the development of their Pilbara Regional Operations Hub in Karratha.