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Kogan Creek Power Station

The Kogan Creek Power Project is a 750 megawatt coal-fired power station and adjacent coal mine located near Chinchilla in south-west Queensland.

This $1.2 billion project is the latest large-scale generation project to be developed in Queensland under the State Government's Clean Energy Policy. CS Energy owns the Kogan Creek Power Project, and a consortium comprised of Siemens and Hitachi. Which are responsible for the station's construction.

The project was commissioned in September 2007 and delivers electricity to the national grid. It is the largest single generating unit in Australia and operates as a base load station, generating electricity 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Under the guidance of McConnell Dowell, Multifix was responsible for the construction of all major concrete structures and associated ground slabs.

Concrete approx 20,000 cu M.

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