DPG assisted Hatch Mott MacDonald with a Feasibility Study evaluating alternatives for iron ore exports from Canada to Europe and China/Asia. Evaluated single-terminal and dual terminal options, performing site evaluations of terminals in Quebec, QC and Vancouver, BC, Canada. The final report included concept designs for train unloading, distribution and storage facilities.
Prepared an initial Basis of Design, Conceptual Design and budgetary capital costs for a new bulk materials export terminal to handle iron ore concentrate and coal at a new facility in Pittsburg, CA. Project planned as a phased development to address initial tonnage projections and growth over a multi-year period. Perpared evaluations and planning documents […]
Worked with the Gerwick/SDI Joint Venture Engineering Team to perform a feasibility study for a new iron ore export terminal to be located on an existing terminal. Project tasks included rail planning, bulk terminal layouts, train unloading time cycle analysis, covered stockpile storage evaluation, berth occupancy and shiploading time studies, shiploaders evaluation, and preliminary project […]