Aurecon Hatch secures $20m contract for PWCS T4
Port Waratah Coal Services has awarded Aurecon Hatch a $20m contract for project feasibility study services for its T4 terminal.
PWCS at the Port of Newcastle.
Aurecon Hatch’s team will comprise 50 infrastructure specialists, which will more than triple the current T4 workforce, taking it from 25 to 85.
The team will focus on detailed civil, rail and marine engineering feasibility analysis.
PWCS chief executive, Hennie Du Plooy, said “The signing of Aurecon Hatch is a clear signal that PWCS is progressing towards delivering Terminal 4 in accordance with Newcastle’s long term coal export plan.”
PWCS has secured additional office space in Newcastle’s CBD to house the expanding T4 team.
“Much of the work will be headquartered from Newcastle’s CBD, which should be seen as a welcome boost to the city area,” Du Plooy said.