The complete design supply and erection on a turnkey basis of a new facility to receive rock phosphate, by rail and deliver to Foskor Richards Bay. The project will be constructed on a new site adjacent to their existing facilities at Richards Bay in KwaZulu Natal. It will consist of three 1000 meter rail sidings, connected from the main Spoornet system, a rail truck tippler station and out loading system, a 2500 ton per hour 400 meter overland pipe conveyor to transfer house T2 at the existing site and a 350 meter overland pipe conveyor to the storage facilities at Indian Ocean fertilizers.
- Role: LSTK Service (Lump sum turnkey project)
- Project: Rock Phosphate Receiving Station
- Contract value: US$ 3 million
- Date: Completed December 2003 (Duration 16 months)