ONSITE construction project management company Pipemech has completed its work on a Queensland Curtis LNG project field compressor station, covering the structural, mechanical and pipeline (SMP) elements of the project.
Pipemech reached the stage of mechanical completion for its work on the Kate Field Compressor Station on 29 June, after it was awarded the SMP contract by Thiess in February.
Completed on time and under budget, the project represented over 38,000 man-hours worked with no lost time or recordable injuries or incidents.
Pipemech managing director Rohan Ackroyd congratulated Pipemech site manager Andy Douglas on the project.
“The project’s success in achieving the target completion date in a timely and cost effective manner is a reflection of the dedication and commitment of the management team and employees,” he said.
Pipemech’s operations manager David Reeves said the team had been able to respond to, and deliver, on a variety of scope additions throughout the duration of the works whilst remaining focused on achieving the milestone of mechanical completion.