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Unit 1/8 Pioneer Drive
Bellambi NSW 2518

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Purpose Built Process Plant and Equipment

Multi-Discipline Design and Construction

JPG Engineering specialises in the design, supply, installation and maintenance of purpose built process plant and equipment.

Company resources have been structured to provide and manage the multi-discipline skills required to deliver a total project from concept to completion.

Managing and delivering the multi-discipline design and construction activities associated with a project streamlines the project delivery process, minimises discipline interfacing and reduces supervision costs.

JPG Engineering delivers their Clients cost effective, fully engineered process plant and equipment by providing:

  • Concept process design and development, including bench scale and pilot plant test work where required
  • Preparation of Functional Description and Software Specifications
  • Process Equipment and Instrumentation Specification and Selection
  • Detail Process, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Design
  • Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Construction
  • Process Testing and Commissioning
  • Comprehensive Documentation and System Training
  • Ongoing Process Based Maintenance Service and Operational Support

Facilities designed and constructed to date include:

  • Industrial Water Treatment Facilities (both biological and inorganic)
  • Materials Handling and Drying Facilities
  • Landfill Leachate Treatment Facilities
  • Pumping Systems
  • Vehicle Wash Systems
  • Clarification Systems
  • Chemical Dosing Systems and Facilities

Landfill Leachate Ammonia Treatment Facility

Vehicle Wash Recycled Water Treatment Facility

Vehicle Wash System

Cyanide Treatment Chemical Dosing Facility – BHP Port Kembla Blast Furnace

Biological Nutrient Removal Facility – Leachate Treatment

Stormwater Turbidity Removal Facility - Coalcliff Cokeworks

Stormwater Treatment and Clarification Facility

Slag Suppressant Facility – BHP Port Kembla