World class facility
Keppel Prince’s world class facility is designed to fabricate, blast and paint, fit-out, and store wind towers without costly double-handling.
We also supply and install the complex internal components such as platforms, ladders, electrical cables, lights and fall arrest systems.
Keppel Prince has worked on some of the largest wind farms in Australia.
In line with our global parent Keppel Corporation, Keppel Prince Engineering is continuing to focus on building and maintaining a sustainable future for Australia and the world.
Goldwind Stockyard Hill
Location: Stockyard Hill
Number of Towers: 140
Keppel Prince Engineering provided services to manufacture 140 x middle sections. Stockyard Hill windfarm near Beaufort in Victoria.
The length of these sections were 22 metres at a weight of between 54 and 74 tonnes, including all internal components and has the capacity to produce to 3.5MW.
This windfarm will produce 530MW - enough energy to power 425,000 homes.
Acciona Nordex Mortlake
Location: Mortlake South
Number of Towers: 18
Keppel Prince Engineering provided services to manufacture 18 x 4 section wind towers for the 35 turbine, Mortlake South windfarm in Victoria.
The height of each tower is 105 metres at a weight of 275 tonnes, including all internal components and has the capacity to produce 4.5MW.
This windfarm will produce 157.5MW - enough energy to power 117,000 homes.
Siemens Gamesa Bulgana
Location: Bulgana Vic
Number of Towers: 22
Keppel Prince Engineering provided services to manufacture 22 x 5 section wind towers for the 56 turbine, Bulgana green power hub near Stawell in Victoria.
The height of each tower is 114 metres at a weight of 325 tonnes, including all internal components and has the capacity to produce 3.4MW.
This windfarm will produce 194MW - enough energy to power 150,000 homes.
PORTLAND WIND FARMS:
At the Cape Bridgewater Windfarm, a badly damaged blade needed to be repaired on the ground. This required a two-crane lift to remove the blade from the turbine and a second blade lifted as a replacement. The pad at T22 provided significant obstacles as it is small, with multiple levels. Each critical step was well planned out and all those went that extra step to reduce any risks to a manageable level. TWPS would like to recognise the combined effort of the TWPS staff involved and the contractors, Keppel Prince and Sharp Cranes. Excellent teamwork!
To build a quality team of people and maintain a safe, positive working environment. This enables us to deliver outstanding solutions for our clients and a sustainable future for our staff, suppliers, community and business.
Building and maintaining a sustainable future for all.