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  • 2 Twin Shaft mixers 5,4 yd³ capacity (4 m³)
  • 2 aggregate and water heating systems of 3 MW (Polarmatic Heating System)
  • Total cement storage capacity of 1,800 tons (1,633 tonnes)
  • Total fly ash storage capacity of 325 tons (295 tonnes)
  • Total silica fume storage capacity of 160 tons (145 tonnes)
  • Total aggregate storage capacity of 935 tons (850 tonnes)
  • Two ice plants generating 100 tons of ice/day (90 tonnes)
  • Modularized admixture system
  • Computerized batch control system
  • Control room


Located offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, the drilling platforms were developed using a stand-alone concrete gravity based structure (GBS). Totally made of high-strength concrete, the concrete had to be poured with a slip form system. A modularized construction was needed to facilitate the relocation of the twin batch plants to the barge to allow the oil platform to be completed offshore.


BMH provided two modular concrete batch plants used to produce the concrete for the construction of the GBS. BMH Systems supplied a twin central mix batch plant mounted on a barge, with two 5,4 yd³ twin shaft mixers, 935 tons of aggregate storage and 1, 800 tons of cement storage. This turnkey project also included an automation system capable of batching in the harsh environment of the ocean with very strict tolerances and, had to be able to withstand the worst possible storms.