Department of Transport
YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION:
2016 – 2017
Exmouth Boat Harbour is one of the Department of Transport’s busiest maritime facilities. The Exmouth Boat Harbour Upgrade project consisted of a major upgrade to the service wharf, including construction of a heavy lift facility, cyclone moorings and associated landside wharf infrastructure.
The scope of works for the first project included:
- Extension of the existing service wharf by 94m including construction of a 40m heavy lift zone for crane lifts;
- Reconfiguration of the existing cyclone mooring system to make way for the new wharf extension;
- Construction of four new trawler pens and demolition of the existing trawler pens to make way for the new wharf extension;
- Breakwater works;
- Raising of the existing southern breakwater to provide adequate protection to vessels in the new trawler pens during storm events.
- Construction of heavy duty hardstand pavement behind the new wharf extension;
- Reconstruction of the harbour access road;
- Sealing of the fuel farm access road;
- Installation of wharf and hardstand drainage;
- Services to the new wharf and trawler pens including power, lighting, potable water, fire water and communications.