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Fluor Mining Camp

Roma, Queensland, Australia

These facilities house many personnel that are away from home so creating environments that improve the well being of residents but also meet strict construction budgets is a priority.

Fluor Mining Camp

Fluor Mining Camp

Fluor Mining Camp is approximately 1 hour from Roma, a town which is the administrative centre in the Maranoa Region, Queensland, Australia. Typically, the outback is a harsh environment and the location of this camp is no different. 

Mining camps can be temporary or permanent and typically they house a lot of personnel that are away from home so it makes perfect sense to create environments that improve the well being of residents but also meet strict construction budgets. 

                         

Careful consideration of species to ensure survivability and availability for such a remote location is an important design restraint when delivering projects of this nature.

Cost effective and low maintenance initiatives included using a locally selected inorganic mulch for the majority of the planted areas which worked in combination with larger aggregate in drainage swales to direct overland flow.

Address

P.O. Box 1242
16 Creek Road
Mount Gravatt, QLD, 4122
Queensland, Australia

Contact

Email: mail@citicene.com.au Brisbane Office:
Phone: +61 7 3161 6420
Toowoomba Office:
Phone: +61 7 4698 7006