Bribie Island STP MCC

BRS was engaged by Micaland to perform the electrical engineering and design services for the revamp of the T1 Transportable Mobile Crusher. BRS was employed to work with ‘Power-Lec Consulting’ to complete the For Tender design works and drawing package of the Bribie Island Sewage Treatment Plant main MCC Upgrade.The task to design a replacement […]

Gantry Drilling Rig

BRS Electrical were engaged by Herrenknecht Australia to carry out the electrical design and engineering for the control panel of the Westgate Tunnel Gantry Drilling Rig. BRS worked closely with Herrenknecht Australia Engineers to develop a tailored solution that would meet Herrenknecht Australia’s rigorous technical standards and precise workflow practices. The project challenges were overcome […]

Drawing System Audit

With previous success at a number of BMA sites BRS was engaged by Blackwater Mine EEM to complete an audit of the current drawing system accuracy and compliance. As a result of the audit and GAP analysis work has now commenced to analyse the field electrical drawing and get the drawing library up to date […]

Drawing System Implementation and Support

Initially, the goal was to complete ‘As-Built’ drawings for the Riverside Field Electrical Maintenance Department. The drawing management system has evolved to a system for continually maintaining a high level of accuracy and quality electrical drawings. BRS now provides administrative and technical assistance to the onsite document controller and electrical staff to maintain the electrical […]

Drawing System Implementation, Management and Support

BRS have been exclusively responsible for maintaining the electrical drawing library for Peak Downs CHPP and Field Maintenance for over 20 years. Since January 2010 the prototype system developed at Gregory mine has been implemented with great success. Recently with the introduction of the Redeye database system. BRS has provided ongoing support to local electrical […]

Control Voltage Upgrade

To come into line with the “Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 2001”, Part 4, Subdivision 2 –Electrical Control systems, Clause 26 (1), Peak downs CHPP has elected to upgrade the control voltage to 110VAC with EL protection in the MCC’s and 24VDC in the field I/O panels. At the same time the current I/O […]