Navigating limited access to the site resulted in some logistical issues and challenges regarding deliveries and installation. The challenge was overcome these given the limited space and busy neighborhood.
The design engineer of Vincent Street, Leederville was presented with substantial difficulties in achieving sufficient detention for stormwater generated by a new development. The completed design employed a single line of SPEL HDPE Stormchambers with a high-level entry from the syphonic roof drainage system and a high-level exit to an Allied Pumps Packaged Stormwater Pump Station.
Five ore trains per day operate from the Roy Hill Mine, each consisting of two diesel electric locomotives hauling 232 ore cars with a total payload of 31,132 tonnes of ore. Roy Hill needed large bulk diesel facilities to rapidly fuel all ore trains to meet production and delivery schedules.