Civil works required for rehabilitation for two of the State’s Abandoned Mines Program pilot sites
|Date:||Friday, 28 October 2016|
The Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) is calling for contractors to register interest in quoting for works to be undertaken at two of the State’s pilot sites to be rehabilitated as part of department’s Abandoned Mines Program.
Ellendale Diamond Mine
The Ellendale site, located approximately 100km northwest of Fitzroy Crossing and 120km east of Derby, in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia, was previously operated by Kimberley Diamond Company NL from 2002 to 2015.
DMP has been managing the site through the Abandoned Mines Program since December 2015 and has identified that civil works are required to undertake rehabilitation works on the tailings storage facility.
Contractors interested in quoting for the civil works should review the Request for Tender available on Tenders WA website.
The works are scheduled to be undertaken in November – December 2016.
The closing date to submit quotes for the Ellendale civil works is Wednesday, 2 November 2016 at 11am.
Pro-Force Plant Site
The Pro-Force site, approximately two kilometres south-east of Coolgardie, is the second of four pilot sites to receive funding from interest generated on the Mining Rehabilitation Fund as part of the Abandoned Mines Program.
DMP has released two Expressions of Interest for works to clean up rubbish located at the former gold processing site, one for scrap material and one for large tyres.
Contractors interested in quoted for the civil works should review the Expression of Interest forms available on Tenders WA:
The works are scheduled to be undertaken in November - December 2016.
The closing date for both Expressions of Interest for works at Pro-Force is Monday, 7 November 2016 at 3pm.