Case Study
Sierra Leone
19th March 2018

Case Study: Sierra Leone, Africa

Contract period: 2010-2015

Contract value: £40 million

What was involved:  Land improvement and remediation, Drainage, Quarrying, Mineral processing, Installation of mobile crushing and washing plants, Installation and provision of sewerage and water treatment plants, Docks support team to assist with ship loading/unloading and vehicle dispatch, Construction and establishment of logistics support centres, UK support teams.

Hawk are contracted to carry out infastructure works of the mine, rail and roads and the construction of accomodation, camps and site office facility areas.

This included the supply and delivery of:

250 x Accomodation units, including single to multiple occupancy accomodation units, office blocks, meeting rooms, leisure facilities, toilet and shower blocks and locable storage units.

300+ x machines, including 25,30 and 40 tonne dumptrucks, 8-60 tonne excavators, dozers, loading shovels, tractors, bowsers and graders.

150+ x personnel, including site management, service personnel, machine operators. Operational service and support team.

As part of Hawk’s corporate responsibilty during his project we set up a training facility on site to develop loval skils to ensure an

ongoing legacy for the community.

Training included:

Construction Equipment Operation

Health and Safety Training Training

Language Courses

Engineering and Building Skills

Equipment and Vehicle Maintenance

Fire Safety

Manual Handling

Control of Hazardous substances

Lifting Operations