Leader in cor­ru­gated steel

The Australian Mining Review - - PILBARA: ON THE MOVE -

THE WA Pil­bara is go­ing through a re­nais­sance since the re­cent min­ing down­turn, with iron ore, lithium, and now a fledg­ling gold rush pro­vid­ing a plethora of project de­vel­op­ments in the re­gion.

As Aus­tralia’s lead­ing man­u­fac­turer of cor­ru­gated steel pipes and bolted, cor­ru­gated steel struc­tures, Roundel Civil Prod­ucts has been pro­vid­ing ma­te­rial to min­ers in the Pil­bara for more than 15 years.

The com­pany has been closely in­volved with all the ma­jor min­ing de­vel­op­ments, spe­cial­is­ing in the on-site man­u­fac­ture of cor­ru­gated steel drainage cul­verts and suc­cess­fully manufacturing 15,000 tonnes of steel cul­verts on-site for projects with Rio Tinto, BHP, Fortes­cue Met­als and Han­cock Prospect­ing.

There are unique chal­lenges im­posed on op­er­at­ing in the Pil­bara which Roundel has met with its team of highly skilled, ex­pe­ri­enced and com­mit­ted per­son­nel, with­out in­ci­dent.

Con­trac­tors and mine-own­ers alike trust Roundel’s ex­pe­ri­ence and abil­ity to de­liver even in the most dif­fi­cult con­di­tions.

In ad­di­tion to the steel cul­verts, the com­pany de­signs and sup­plies cor­ru­gated steel arches used on mine sites for stock­pile con­veyor tun­nels and haul road un­der­passes.

Roundel’s bolted, steel arches are highly cost-ef­fec­tive and are quick to as­sem­ble.

For in­stance, FMG’s Solomon Mine arch was assem­bled in less than three weeks with­out is­sue.

In ad­di­tion to Roundel’s on-site manufacturing fa­cil­i­ties, Roundel pro­vides Aus­tralia-wide fac­tory-based manufacturing ser­vices from its NSW, QLD and WA lo­ca­tions.

The Trin­ity Drive Over­pass at FMG’s Solomon mine was assem­bled in less than three weeks with­out is­sue.

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