PDC recently worked on a Stacker Bridge which has been featured in the Gladstone Observer on the 27th May 2014. See below for an extract from the article. The largest individual structure to be built at the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal has been successfully lifted into place at the WICET coal stockyard. The 780-tonne lift and installation of the western stacker bridge was completed at the weekend. Work began on Friday, May 23, with 750 and 1100-tonne cranes lifting the bridge structure into place, 25 metres above the stockyard floor. The stacker bridge is 11 metres wide and 125 metres long, and will comprise an integral part of the terminal’s coal in-loading infrastructure, providing the support and housing for the shuttling conveyor and telescopic chute which will deliver coal across the stockpiles.
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