Despite COVID-19 Roam has continued to supply Temporary works and construction support for the following: CLA Dolphin upgrade project - Roam has worked with Austral Construction since 2018 on concepts, methodology and estimates for Rio Tinto. Austral was awarded the contract to install 20 new dolphins with access and demolition of existing dolphins late ...


Berth 3 Port Hedland

RM has assisted TAMS in replacing the concrete deck at Berth 3, Port Hedland Port Authority. RM assessed concrete strength and provided cuts and lifting plans with rigging to remove the concrete in the largest panels possible to reduce cutting time and crane time. RM designed access platforms to float in between ...


2018 Beginnings

Roam Marine are into the new year providing construction support on the following projects: FMG Tug Harbour - Working with Austral RM have designed a pile frame to sit on the SEMP, a jack-up barge. The pile frame can skate in all directions for precision driving. The top gate is sliding vertically and has 2 setups for 1200 diameter ...


End of 2016 – 2017 Beginnings

The pace has picked up at ROAM with multiple jobs finalising completion. BHP's Hunt Point Tug Harbour is almost complete, with 1 tug currently moored to a pontoon. Roam was busy in the office and at site with Lendlease in Port Hedland providing construction support ensuring all marine components came together quickly to be ready for the tug arrival. ...


Webb Dock Drone Footage

Check out the drone footage taken by Austral during construction of stage 2 Webb Dock Port in Melbourne. Roam Marine designed the skating piling frame to drive the combi pile wall. Roam also assisted with lifting piles into position on the Sennebogen.


We have moved!

Roam are now located in their new office at Le Bureau complex. Address is 20 Churchill avenue, Subiaco. We are unit 11. If you head upstairs we are first office on the right. Internet and emails are up and running as per normal now.  Apologies for any inconveniences. Our contact numbers are still the same. Mark & Rohin


Roam Marine moving office

We are moving office this week. As of next week we will reside at the Le Bureau building, 11/20 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco. Internet and phone may be a little slow until up and running but if you are trying to contact us we will get to you as soon as possible.


Davit for bin removal

A job to remove 4 decrepit aggregate bins and install 4 new was a new challenge for Roam Marine.  The structure was built around the tanks, so removal must be done via cutting into pieces.  Installation Bins are in halves as the diameter exceeds the steelwork grid centres.  We designed a davit to sit on existing floor beams to assist ...


Elizabeth Quay

Working on the footbridge with DASSH has been a challenge!  Temporary works jigs to hold Stainless Steel starter bars was the first of many challenges.  In all we modelled every single piece of rebar in 3D for all 3 Piers, scheduled and designed temporary works jigs for both offsite and on site fabrication.  The central pier is poured.  Look into ...


EII – Rear walkway trusses go in

Austral are progressing on site at a great pace.  Following receival of the last of the steelwork installation of the rear walkway trusses have begun.  65t lift via the Manitowok 1600 on the Westsea barge.  Roam designed trunnions to be installed in the shop on the trusses for ease of installation. ...