A demonstrated knowledge and understanding of specific Defence requirements
Moore Management have delivered excellence in design and construction management at defence department installations, nationally.
Moore Management understands Defence fuel facilities, and acknowledges it is critical that from the inception the design integrates the user requirements and larger Defence strategic requirements, however more important to the project outcomes is the need to ensure that the function of the system adequately complies with the relevant standards including:
- Australian standards;
- Defence standards;
- Recognised Military standards (US MIL, NATO, UK Defence);
- American Petroleum Institute (API) and IP standards, and
- Commonwealth regulations, State/Territory statutory regulations.
Moore Management are fully conversant with these standards and will only proceed with construction when all the standards are met.
It is most important that all design documentation incorporate any outcomes or requirements of parallel Defence projects and agencies and is up to date with Defence maintenance and operating standards such as the DEF (AUST) 5695 and the BFIMI.
Moore Management have been involved continuously with Defence fuel facility projects for the last 15 years and as such have been part of the integration of many new standards and continuous to build strong relationships with Defence agencies.
Moore Management through its specific aviation and petroleum and mining industry experience have an ability to evolve with the current industry standards and practices; and more importantly an intrinsic understanding of industry supply and other contractual arrangements.
This is especially important during a functional or parliamentary briefing to ensure that Defence is made aware of the commercial risks posed due to their reliance on civilian contracts and suppliers.
Hydrant upgrades at multiple RAAF bases.
Refuelling upgrade at HMAS Cairns.
Floating suction at RAAF Williamtown.
Fuel farm & pumping system at RAAF bases.