Next phase of Spoilbank Marina project

The tender for dredging and reclamation for the Spoilbank Marina project has been released to the market, reports the Pilbara Ports Authority.

The authority is leading the delivery of the $121.5 million Spoilbank Marina in Port Hedland.

As reported, the authority requires dredging and reclamation activity to be carried out at the marina being developed for recreational vessels on the Spoilbank located to the east of the Port of Port Hedland shipping channel.

Overall, the Spoilbank Marina project is being delivered in two key stages with four work packages.

Stage 1 – This involves the construction of access roads by Main Roads WA on behalf of Department of Transport. This contract has been already awarded and the construction began in November 2020.

Stage 2 – Pilbara Ports Authority will deliver the following works:

(Package 2)
(2a) Excavation of the marina basin and internal revetments.
(2b) Dredging of the new navigation channel and reclamation of some onshore areas.
(2c) Sourcing of rock and construction of breakwaters and revetments.

(Package 3) Marine structures to be constructed (boat ramp, marine pens).

(Package 4) Landside civil works to be delivered (carpark, internal roads and landscaping).

Pilbara Ports Authority will own and operate the marina once construction is complete. The marina is expected to be completed by late 2022.

Photo: Royal IHC

Related news

List of related news articles