The Project site covers an area of 650 square kilometres and is located 270km east-northeast of Carnarvon in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Once completed the operation will involve mining of rare earth oxide ore, processing the ore to a mixed rare earth carbonate and storing waste material in adjacent waste rock landforms.
The Project scope includes:
establishment of the open cut mine pit;
design, supply, installation and commissioning of the processing facility;
energy supply infrastructure;
water supply infrastructure;
construction, upgrade and ongoing maintenance of various access roads;
construction facilities including administration buildings, workshops, laydown areas and carparks; and,
accommodation camp and aerodrome.
Local and Indigenous Engagement
Ensuring our operations benefit local communities and indigenous persons is central to Hastings vision and values and we facilitate the fulfilment of this commitment by maximising opportunities for members of our community, including residents of the Carnarvon/Upper Gascoyne Region, local businesses, the TMWTJ People and those with interests in the area in which we will operate.
As such, the selection criteria for each package will consider the extent to which potential supplier and contractor organisation support the engagement of local and Indigenous vendors.
Potential supplier and contractor organisations are invited to express their interest in the following packages by:
downloading and reviewing the EOI document(s) available via each link; and,
providing a full response, in accordance with the requirements describe in the applicable document.