Condamine Power Project
In a previous role, Andrew was the owner’s project manager for the construction of the Condamine Power Project. Condamine is a combined cycle gas turbine power plant, located near Miles in Southern Queensland.
Condamine pioneered the use of coal seam methane waste water in evaporative cooling towers and heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) in Australia.
Andrew, and his team, provided the client with a full service Owner’s Engineer Service including design review, manufacturing quality surveillance, construction inspections, commissioning inspections, performance test supervision, contract administration and contract superintendent services and coordination of interfaces.
Following Practical Completion of the Swanbank E Project, Andrew was appointed as Contract Manager and Asset Manager for the Swanbank E CCGT. In this role Andrew was responsible for the resolution of disputes related to the construction phase and the close out of defects, errors and omissions by the EPC Contractor. Andrew was also responsible for asset management and the management of the LTSA.
Braemar Power Project and Gas Pipelines
Andrew was ERM’s Project Manager for the construction of the 450 MW Braemar Power Project. During this project, Andrew was responsible for the EPC contract governing construction of the power plant, the construction of two 450mm 15MPA gas pipelines and compressor station and the transmission network connection.
In a previous role, Andrew Murdoch was the independent engineer for the construction of the Newman Power Station expansion (Trent 60). The Newman power station is located in Western Australia’s Pilbara region and supplied power to BHP’s Mt Whaleback operations. During this project, Andrew provided payment certification services and progress reporting to the project’s financiers.