SRG Global has had a presence at the Marsden Point site since 2007 providing a range of protective coatings and refractory maintenance services to the client.
In early 2014, Refining New Zealand (RNZ) entered into a 5 year maintenance contract with SRG Global to provide an expanded service offering for the maintenance of its assets, including:
The contract engaged a permanent workforce of approximately 45 full time equivalent trade staff, engineers and site-based management personnel and these numbers could swell to over 100 during the busy plant shutdown periods.
SRG’s protective coatings trades staff utilised a wide range of different products and application techniques to blast and coat RNZ’s pipework, structures, vessels and tanks. Some examples include thermal metal spray (arc and flamespray) and plural systems, among others.
SRG’s industrial cleaning team were responsible for undertaking a range of services utilising their three 3A rated vacuum trucks and several water blasting pumps of various flow and pressure of up to 36,000 psi. Some of these services included:
SRG Global’s refractory division was often on-site undertaking a range of refractory services.
In addition to the ongoing maintenance services SRG also had a team of eight full time trade staff providing on site protective coatings services to the Te Mahi Hou expansion project.