Our association with Waterways Constructions for Mayfield Berth No.7
Positive Survey Solutions has been engaged to undertake the Survey setout of the new Bulk Liquids Berth at Mayfield 7 in the Port of Newcastle for Waterway Constructions $40m project on behalf of Stolthaven Australia .
Mayfield 7 Project Site prior to construction
Mayfield 7 Bulk Liquids Berth Project
Stolthaven Australia proposes to construct and operate a new, purpose built berth at the Mayfield 7 (M7) site as nominated on the approved Port of Newcastle ‘Concept Plan’ for development on the former BHP steelmaking site at Mayfield. The berth is currently approved for use as a berthing facility only, however subject to further approvals, future development at the site will see the construction and installation of bulk liquids handling infrastructure on the berth to facilitate the transfer of products to and from vessels and the adjacent bulk liquids terminal.
PSS involvement in the construction and associated infrustructure of the Mayfield 7 Project currently comprises the setout and conformance of following key features:
Construction of combi sheet pile caisson approximately 275m long and 20m wide on the south side of the South Arm of the Hunter River;
Installation of berthing and mooring infrastructure.
The Barge arrives to site
The 1st of the King Piles in place
The first Piles are placed
Placement of the Piling Frame
Marine Piling is underway
Marine Piling is progressing well
Surveyor sets out the Marine Piling
PSS Surveyor Marine Piling Newcastle