McHarg Creek Road Culvert Stormwater Upgrade

The scope of works Installation of 13m of new 1.5x1.8m box culvert across McHargs Creek Rd. Works involved demolition of old stone culvert, while protecting 2 very old elm trees in close proximity to the works. Council stipulated the road must be kept open at all times, meaning the works had to be carefully staged. Finishing works included 2.4m high insitu headwalls, as well as 30 tonne of rock retaining walls and scour protection.

New Intersection Access, Totness

Construction of Intersection Access into new commercial development located at 22 Mt Barker Road, Totness including Earthworks, Roadworks, Kerbing, Traffic Signage and Stormwater. Work done on DPTI road to DPTI standards.

Kays Road McLaren Vale Retaining Wall

Completed in just 7 days, the works involved construction of a 3.5m high mass block retaining wall, adjacent a rural road at McLaren Vale. Works involved placed of new SW pipes, insitu concrete blocks, and then placement of 33 blocks, and associated erosion control works.

Copper Coast Highway - Kadina

Copper Coast Highway diversion to create new extension of Kadina CBA. Work done on DPTI road to DPTI standards but financed by Copper Coast Council. Length of highway diverted 540 metres, including lighting, drainage and mounding.

McHarg Creek Road - Culvert Upgrade

Installation of 13m of new 1.5 x 1.8m box culvert across McHargs Creek Rd, at depths of up to 3.3m. Works involved progressive demolition of old stone and timber culvert, while protecting 2 mature elm trees in close proximity to the works. Council also stipulated the narrow rural road must be kept open at all times, requiring careful planning and staging of the works. Finishing works included 2.4m high insitu concrete headwalls, as well as 20 face m2 rock retaining walls up to 2m high, and bed scour protection, road reinstatement and new fencing.

Middleton Footbridge Construction Works

After a major storm, an existing pedestrian bridge was lost and adjacent banks were severely eroded. Civil Tech installed more than 70m3 of gabion baskets and new abutments, and assembled and installed a new Landmark bridge. Challenges included an exceptional high water table, which Civil Tech managed through an economical sump-and-drain dewatering system, allowing access for the installation of the gabions and bridge footings. The Construction works also included bank and path reinstatement.

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