One of Port of Port Hedland’s first shipping berths, Berth 3 is getting a major upgrade as part of the State Government’s WA Recovery Plan, with works commencing to remediate the rock wall and to refurbish the wharf piles.

The $11.4 million contract has been awarded to WA company Total AMS Pty Ltd (TAMS), with the works forming part of the $20 million project to upgrade Port Hedland’s Inner Harbour retaining and sea walls.

Berth 3 at the Port of Port Hedland is a common user berth, used primarily for the export of salt and import of fuels and general cargo. The berth was constructed in the 1960s and this will be the first time the rock wall remediation has been conducted.

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