SENYUIR COAL FACILITIES
East Kalimantan, Indonesia – 2011 – Present
Planning and design of a coal handling facility at Kedang Kepala River, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The project includes upgrading an existing coal loading berth and designing a new jetty, along with the main crushing and coal stockpile facilities.
PONTIANAK CEMENT TERMINAL
West Kalimantan, Indonesia – 2014 – Present
Planning and design of a cement terminal along Sungai Kapuas Kecil, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. The facility enables receiving of bulk cement, packing and storage of bagged cement. Upon completion, a floating cement terminal will be berthed at the jetty on a full-time basis.
PIK JETTY EXTENSION
East Kalimantan, Indonesia – 2009 – 2011
The existing 1.4km long coal jetty at Lubuk Tutung, East Kalimantan, Indonesia was extended a further 1100m and the berth was designed to receive panamax size coal carriers. For future expansion, the addition of two dolphins and a manageable amount of dredging would allow the facility to load Capemax vessels.
SAMARINDA CEMENT TERMINAL
East Kalimantan – 2010 – 2011
An existing third-party owned jetty at Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia was modified and upgraded to receive a floating cement terminal. The facility enables the supply of bulk and bagged cement into Samarinda and surrounding areas.
BALIKPAPAN COAL TERMINAL PHASE 3A EXPANSION
East Kalimantan, Indonesia – 2005 – 2006
Upgrading of an export berth to accommodate 207,000 DWT vessels as well as upgrading for the import berths. The works also included replacing existing barge unloaders and designing foundations for conveyer systems.