In 2020 DIALOG Fitzroy were awarded an EPC contract to construct a fuel storage tank terminal expansion development at Port Botany in Sydney, Australia.
DIALOG Fitzroy’s scope of work for this project included:
- All civils - Site preparation, tank foundations, concrete bund walls, sumps and lining, roads and pavements, including kerbs and car parks, stormwater and drainage, potable water and structural and equipment slabs, plinths, foundations and grouting;
- Tanks - Design fabrication and construction of three (3) x 35,000m³ (working volume) steel storage tanks, including all fittings and peripherals; and inspection, testing, pre-commissioning and commissioning of the tanks (including hydro test);
- Structural, mechanical and piping scope including - detailed design for the procurement, fabrication and construction of all transfer lines, valve manifold, tank inlet/outlet piping, tank recirculation piping and pump station piping, stormwater management for the site and oily water management, compressed air reticulation and utility connections, potable water supply and distribution including safety showers, firewater piping;
- An underground road crossing to connect the new site to the existing terminal and jetty
- Painting, insulation, inspection, testing and commissioning of all piping;
- E&I including - all B4A electrical and instrumentation including switchroom, management of and procurement of new Ausgrid packaged substation including design and provision of associated civil works and all cabling, B4A automation systems involving Vopak-specified suppliers and including PLC, SAAB, Tankmaster, Motor Operated Valves, ESD system, CCTV, Access Controls, Fire Indicator Control Panel systems; sufficient automation engineering to complete the powering up of automation devices, point-to-point testing and pre-commissioning to achieve Practical Completion.