Projects

M1/M3 Pacific Motorway Upgrade

M1/M3 Pacific Motorway Upgrade
Location: Brisbane, Queensland

[completed] Installation of four vital drainage culverts under a busy motorway is now complete. 

 

Wellard Glen Stage 4

Wellard Glen Stage 4
Location: Wellard, Western Australia

[completed] Wellard Glen is a residential estate of 242 lots of which stage one was developed with 68 lots being created.

 

The estate is located adjacent to Kwinana Fwy in Wellard & fronts Millar Road. Acid sulphate testing & water monitoring was required & methodologies utilized to minimise dewatering. Depths of infrastructure servicing for sewer were to depths of 6 metres and section of water main & gas had to be extended along the existing Millar Rd to current servicing location to the West of the estate.

Ellenbrook DN450 Main Sewer – Trenched/ Microtunnelling

Ellenbrook DN450 Main Sewer – Trenched/ Microtunnelling
Client: Stocklands
Location: Ellenbrook
Construction Period: Feb 15 - Jun 15
Ground Conditions: Sand, Coffey Rock, Clay, Wet Ground.
Depth: 7-9 Metres

The DN450 sewer was constructed as part of as part of the subdivision of Stages 9 – 11 within Vale Development Plan 2 (DP2), Aveley and the Ellenbrook District Open Space (DOS) – Lot 7199. It connected an existing sewer pump station on Bordeaux Lane in Ellenbrook to an existing stub located on Millhouse Road in Vale.

Byford West Main Sewer – DN450 & DN600

Byford West Main Sewer – DN450 & DN600
Client: DJM Byford Pty Ltd
Location: Byford West Estate
Construction Period: Dec 13 – Mar 14
Ground Conditions: Clay, Wet Ground.
Depth: 6 – 8 Metres

Scarborough Beach Drainage Microtunnelling DN500 & 900

Scarborough Beach Drainage Microtunnelling DN500 & 900
Client: City Of Stirling
Location: Scarborough Beach Rd & West Coast Hwy, Scarborough.
Construction Period: Aug 13 – Nov 13
Ground Conditions: Sand, Calcarenite Rock, Limestone Pinacles.
Depth: 5 – 6 Metres

Major improvements to the Scarborough Beach foreshore area were required by the Scarborough Environs Area Strategy (SEAS) Master Plan.Improvements to the existing drainage included the removal of two (2) piped drainage outfalls at the beach. The revised disposal method for runoff from the existing local drainage catchment was the construction of an underground retention (infiltration) basin within the existing lower grassed foreshore reserve located opposite Manning Road.