Contact Us

Ti Tree Rail Camp

300 person quality accommodation and community facilities



Overview

Fleetwood has recently begun a $30m camp expansion and upgrade contract, including the supply, installation, refurbishment upgrades and relocation of buildings at Rio Tinto’s Ti Tree Rail Camp, located 170 kilometres south-east of Karratha and 100 kilometres north of Tom Price. The expanded rail camp will support a peak workforce of more than 300 people completing future rail maintenance and upgrade works on the Tom Price to Cape Lambert rail line. Fleetwood is the principle contractor for the project with the scope of works including a full turnkey solution on site.


Solution

The project commenced in January of 2021 and is due for completion later in the year. At the completion of the project, Fleetwood will deliver a total of 55 modules, or over 2,000 sqm of camp buildings to support the rail maintenance workforce. All buildings have been thoughtfully designed to meet strict Rio Tinto specifications and design guidelines. The completed facilities will include:

  • 4-person staff quarters
  • Laundries
  • Locker Room
  • Gymansium
  • Administration
  • Ablution block
  • Shower block
  • Rail operations office

Benefits

During the tender process, Fleetwood also met the Rio Tinto Category 3 supplier requirements, which allows Fleetwood to perform works on-site as the primary contractor across other potential projects.

The high specification, RTIO adherent buildings will extend the existing rail camp to support increased rail line refurbishment works. While the original camp could only support a 50 person workforce, the additional buildings will significantly expand it’s capacity to approximately 300 workers.

Ti Tree Rail Camp Gallery