Ports & marineJohn Holland

Ports & marine

Ports and waterfront infrastructure are critical to Australia’s economy. As an island nation, 98 per cent of our trade is conducted through ports, including container and bulk material-handling facilities.

Our ports simultaneously serve as a first line of defence against diseases and pests that could wipe out entire industries, so it’s essential they’re designed and built to operate securely, efficiently, and seamlessly with existing land-side infrastructure. 

We understand the risks and opportunities of delivering projects in challenging marine environments. Our construction and maintenance skills and experience have been honed on coal, mineral, and bulk liquids terminals across WA, Queensland and NSW. Whether jetties, piers, berths, breakwaters, seawalls, or sea pilings, our projects provide the strongest foundations to successfully realise any challenge.

  

Ports & marine projects

Doubling the capacity of the port.

A $52 million wharf upgrade to accommodate the expanded mines in Newman.

Expanding the existing coal terminal in Mackay, Queensland.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

John Holland pays respect to the Traditional Owners and Custodiams of the land on which we work and live, and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all First Nations peoples today.