IHI Engineering Australia Pty Ltd (IEA) is an Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) project provider specialising in coal-fired and gas turbine power plants. IEA offers plant solutions matching customer technical requirements and achieving delivery of projects in accordance to customers’ programmes.
Our EPC capabilities include:
- Project management based on global expertise.
- Project feasibility study and design.
- Detailed engineering design across all the standard disciplines of mechanical, civil, structural, architectural, electrical, instrumentation and control, and chemical engineering.
- Procurement, both offshore and onshore, maximising local industry opportunities and participation.
- Scheduling systems that enable evidence-based reporting and tracking of critical path.
- Engineering and management of the interfaces with third parties and the customer.
- Management of design and regulatory approvals and their respective reporting processes.
- Project quality assurance systems certified under ISO 9001 since 1996.
- Construction management including:
- workplace health, safety and environment management
- industrial relations management
- quality management and control
- community liaison and interfaces.
- Commissioning using experienced global specialist engineering teams.
- Maintenance and full life cycle management services.
IHI Engineering Australia Pty Ltd has undertaken major EPC projects in Australia as an EPC contractor for both coal-fired and gas turbine power stations.
Recent EPC projects
Coal-fired power stations:
- Bluewaters Power Station, Collie, Western Australia—2 x 229 MW coal-fired power station. EPC contractor on a greenfield site (2005-2009).
- Tarong North Power Station, Nanango, Queensland—1 x 450 MW super-critical coal-fired power station. EPC contractor for boiler on a brownfield site (1999-2003).
- Callide C Power Station, Biloela, Queensland—2 x 420 MW super-critical coal-fired power station. EPC contractor for boiler on a brownfield site (1998-2002).
Gas turbine power stations:
- Alinta Energy Bairnsdale Power Station, Bairnsdale, Victoria—2 x LM6000 gas turbine open cycle generators (1997 – 2003).
- Rio Tinto Paraburdoo Power Station, Paraburdoo, Western Australia—3 x LM6000 gas turbine open cycle generators (2004 – 2008).
- Rio Tinto Yurralyi Maya Power Station, Karratha, Western Australia—5 x LM6000 gas turbine open cycle generators (2008 – 2013).