The Project

AGC was engaged to carry out deconstruction works at the Thevenard Island facility in preparation for the site to be rehabilitated into a Nature Reserve.

Continuous Improvement Initiatives

  • Machinery demolition was the preferred option of deconstruction on site to reduce risk of soft tissue injury, however there were numerous buildings that contained insulation material that easily became wind-blown debris when using the machine. Manual removal techniques were introduced prior to machine demolition to remove the easily wind-blown materials, while maintaining personnel safety.
  • All the demolished material is shipped off island via barge where deck space is a premium. Trailer bolsters were procured to allow the stacking of pipe lengths on trailers directly, saving time on loading and maximizing trailer space.
  • The AGC onsite team assisted the CVX project team in scoping and developing plans for additional works that could be performed by AGC without the requirement for manning up or bringing in additional equipment, using remaining budget from savings realized from the initial scopes.

CASE STUDIES

Chevron Gorgon BOG Flare Maintenance

The scope involved recoating the entire BOG Flare pipeline in the SA Modules. The larger diameter…

Sino Iron Project Power Plant – Thermal Insulation

The scope involved the application of thermal insulation and cladding to piping and equipment for the…

Woodside Energy Limited – Fabrication Services Contract

AGC was awarded the contract for the provision of fabrication services in support of the maintenance…