WA BP FUEL SYSTEM DESIGN
& DG APPLICATIONS
Fuel System Designer & Dangerous Goods Consultant
As part of BP’s continuous growth in WA, BP engaged Tydan Construction to build a new to industry site in Jindalee. SwitchCo Projects were engaged by Tydan to design and document the fuel system for this site. Some of the key challenges faced on this project were assisting the design of the crossovers, designation of the spill area for fuel transfer. And the site slope. The final part of our engagement was the successful delivery of a Dangerous Goods licence for this site, which is a specific WA regulatory requirement.
SwitchCo Projects were again engaged by Tydan Constructions to design and document a fuel system for a new to industry site in Kenwick. This site was comprised of a car and truck canopy which always provides a few extra challenges. Working closely with equipment manufacturers, SwitchCo Projects was able to deliver a fuel system the suited our client as well as BP’s operational requirements. The successful delivery of the Dangerous Goods licence for this site concluded SwitchCo Projects’ involvement.
As part of BP’s ongoing commitment to maintaining and upgrading their sites, SwitchCo Projects were engaged by BP to provide concepts and the subsequent Development application for the raze and rebuild of their site in Innaloo. After receiving development approval SwitchCo Projects were then engaged by Building Solutions to design and document the fuel system for this site. One of key challenges of this site was managing the equipment falls across the site due to the slope of the ground. Naturally, the completion of our works on this site also included obtaining the Dangerous Goods licence for this site.