Tuvalu is a small island nation located 942km south of the equator. JML’s role on this project included providing specialised equipment and expert personnel. Works were undertaken on local roads and the island’s international airport. As work was undertaken while the airport continued to operate, this demanded skill in delivering work, safely and efficiently, between scheduled flights. Our resourcing for the project included twenty local workers, who we trained and supervised to perform as integral members of the JML team.
The scope of the project was comprehensive. It included initial construction of a compound for plant and machinery, set-up of a concrete batching facility; and end of project demobilisation. Works delivered included:
Project outcomes were excellent and included making an important contribution to Tuvalu through the training and upskilling of local workers. All aspects of the PAIP were delivered safely to contract specification and without incident.