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Adbri's Kwinana project on track for 2Q24

20 December 2023, Published under Cement News

Australian cement producer Adbri has provided an update on its Kwinana upgrade project, saying it is on track in terms of both cost and timings. According to the company, the Kwinana project will deliver a modern, state-of-the-art facility that consolidates Adbri’s two existing cement production sites, strengthening its position as a sustainable, low-cost cement supplier in Western Australia. The project is expected to be completed at a cost of around AUD385-420m (US$259-283m) with co...

Adbri raises cost of Kwinana project again

28 April 2023, Published under Cement News

Adbri Ltd has confirmed that its Kwinana upgrade has risen in cost once again as inflationary pressures continue to hamper the project. The total project cost is now estimated at AUD385-420m (US$254-278m). According to the company, this has been driven by the escalating cost of construction, constraints on available labour and supply chain challenges.   Furthermore, as the final design details of the purchased equipment have now been completed, structural and piping quantities have ...

SIMPEC increases scope of Cockburn Cement's Kwinana upgrade

22 November 2022, Published under Cement News

WestStar Industrial subsidiary SIMPEC has been awarded an increase in scope of ~AUD2.5m (US$1.66m) as part of work with Cockburn Cement Ltd (CCL) for the Kwinana plant upgrade project in Australia. Construction began in August 2022. Contract terms are in the latter stages of being negotiated with Cockburn Cement ( part of the Adbri group) for the balance of construction and installation works on the project. The Kwinana upgrade project will consolidate Adbri’s two existing c...

Adbri provides Kwinana update

23 August 2022, Published under Cement News

Adbri Ltd reported that the upgrade of its Kwinana cement plant in Western Australia, originally budgeted at AUD199m (US$137.3m), is likely to see a 15 per cent hike in costs, taking into account inflationary and supply chain pressures. The upgrade is expected to consolidate most of the cement producer’s Western Australia’s operations at the plant and increase annual production capacity by 36 per cent to 1.5Mta. The company said the upgrade was ~25 per cent complete on 30 June 2022 wh...