Cadia Expansion Project Procurement

The Cadia Expansion Project is a growth strategy for Newcrest’s Cadia mining operation in New South Wales.

With Stage 1 approval of the expansion project in 2019, Newcrest is currently undertaking the planning and execution scopes to deliver the project.

Procurement opportunities exist for equipment, materials, and construction labor, and the project is proactively engaging with capable and experienced regional and national suppliers for participation in a pre-qualification process and/or formal future tender packages. 

These tender packages are the only procurement scopes for the project under review for expressions of interest.

The procurement for the Cadia Expansion Project will be executed consistently with the overarching Newcrest Procurement principles.

Key goods and services for Cadia Expansion Project Procurement

GOODS

Apron Feeders

Conveyor Belts

Conveyor Drives

Conveyor Pulleys & Idlers

Coarse Ore Flotation Cells

Cone Crushers

HV & LV Cable

HDPE Piping & Fittings for = / >50 mm

Jameson Cells

Jaw Gyratory Crusher

Magnets

Modular switch rooms

Platework (Misc. Chutes, guards, Pulley frames, Misc. brackets)

PLC

Primary Cyclones

Primary Cyclone Feed Pumps

Primary Cyclone Feed Pump VDSs

Structural Steel and Fabrication

Underground Cranes

Underground Ventilation fans

Vertical Stirred Mills

Vertical Stirred Mill Liner Handler

SERVICES

Civil / Concrete (proven recent major critical path construction experience and references)

Structural, Mechanical and Piping (proven recent major critical path construction experience and references)

Electrical and Instrumentation (proven recent major critical path construction experience and references)

Underground Mining Development Works and Specialist Services

Detailed Engineering Partner (Underground Materials Handling) (proven recent major critical path construction experience and references)

Detailed Engineering Partner (Surface processing Facilities) (proven recent major critical path construction experience and references)