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Coastwide Civil has worked on many major construction projects throughout Australia. With vast experience and a large fleet of civil engineering plant and equipment, Coastwide Civil are well established to undertake and manage any sized project with experience from small scale ventures to projects in excess of $200M.
Coastwide Civil has brought an innovative approach to all their projects, which has led to time and cost savings for their clients.
Coastwide Civil's management team is committed to working closely with both established and potential clients. They enjoy cultivating relationships early to positively impact projects offering alternative construction methods or value engineering measures.
Since its inception more than 25 years ago, this $1.5 billion development is the largest coastal tourist/residential project ever initiated by any local government authority in Australia. A joint venture between, Shellharbour Council and Australand, the project is a major focus for economic development.Stage 1 construction began in January 2013 and was completed in March 2014. The works included the diversion of the existing outlet channel, the installation of a cofferdam, the management and treatment of Acid Sulphate Soils, the harbour excavation of over 400,000 m3 of material, the sorting, trommeling and crushing of 420,000 m3 of material, the construction of platforms and rockwalls, and the placement of temporary surcharge mounds to consolidate soft soils.
Stage 2 works are expected to take 3 years and will include the completion of the boat harbour basin. Stage 2 works began in March 2014 and consists of a northern and southern diversion swale, the management and placement of Acid Sulphate Soils, the excavation of the inner harbour and outer harbour, edge treatment works, blasting of harbour floor, the placement of approximately 250 concrete piles and approximately 250 timber piles, the sorting, trommeling and crushing of blasted rock and material, the placement and removal of temporary surcharge mounds.
Construction of the harbour edge concrete wall and rock revetment started in 2016 and involved the placement of approximately 500 concrete and timber piles to support the L-shaped precast concrete units and the future boardwalk.
Coastwide Civil has worked on various subdivison projects throughout New South Wales, dating back to the 90's. Some of the past subdivision projects included areas such as Mount Kembla, Cordeaux Heights, Kiama and Tullimbar.
Some of the more recently completed subdivison projects include Precinct B1C1 Stages 1, 2 and 3. These subdivison projects are all an integral part of The Waterfront and Boat Harbour project in Shell Cove, NSW and are just another example of Coastwide Civil sucessfully completing projects on time and within budget.
Harbour Boulevard - Shell Cove, NSW
The Harbour Boulevard in Shell Cove, NSW is one of the more recent road projects that Coastwide Civil has undertaken. Harbour Boulevard is a vital road in The Waterfront Precinct development jointly undertaken by Frasers Property Australia and Shellharbour City Council. The 1.5 kilometre stretch of Harbour Boulevard with three roundabouts and two culvert bridges was the first stage of the road project.
This project was completed 4 months ahead of schedule and under budget. Coastwide Civil's clients were pleased with their performance and the successful completion of this milestone in the overall Shell Cove Marina project.
The expansion of Hanson's Quarry Production Plant at Bass Point NSW is another example of a civil project that Coastwide Civil completed on time and under budget.
This $4.6 million project included excavation of approximately 1.5 million cubic metres of overburden, the excavation of blasted rock, the construction of various 20-metre high screen bunds, the excavation of services trenches in hard rock and installation of services conduits. Another large portion of the works included the construction of heavy duty internal roads, the foundation preparation for the future crushing plant and the construction of high capacity sediment basins in various locations of the quarry site.
The Hanson Quarry is located at Bass Point NSW and as part of a large capacity upgrade project, the haul road required realignment.
This $4.6 million project included realignment of a 1km section of road comprising of bulk filling with overburden to the underside of pavement level, the excavation of services trenches, laying of conduit for future use and the construction of multiple stormwater catchment drains.This project was completed in March 2017, ahead of schedule and under budget.
Funded by the NSW Government, the Northern Distributor project consisted of a 3 km four-lane carriageway between Bellambi and Bulli. The project included bridges, footpaths and cycleways and was valued at a total of $101 million.
The contract was won by Reed Construction who approached and contracted Coastwide Civil to do all the bulk earthworks operations to RTA R44 Specification. Coastwide Civil completed a large portion of the works including the construction of sedimentary ponds and the pavement/roadway construction.
The project was successfully completed by Coastwide Civil's dedicated team of experienced engineers, surveyors and skilled operators using their extensive fleet of plant and equipment.
The Princes Highway is the main thoroughfare for traffic travelling between Sydney, Wollongong and the South Coast. The Princes Highway Conjola Mountain upgrade was a major government funded infrastructure project and was located approximately 46 kilometres south of Nowra.
The $53 million project involved upgrading a 3.5 kilometre section that contained a dangerously steep and winding descent from the north to a narrow bridge at Conjola Creek. The project realigned the highway improving safety and travel conditions for road users.
The contract was awarded to BMD Construction who approached Coastwide Civil to carry out the deep rock excavation, major rock batter construction, road sub-grade preparation and all the pavement works.
Coastwide Civil's contract at Tallawarra Power Station was both challenging and rewarding. This $430 million project involved the demolition of the original coal fire power station, site remediation and the construction of a new gas-fired combined cycle plant that would power 200,000 homes in the local Illawarra area.
Coastwide Civil completed the demolishing works of the existing power station which included the remediation of friable asbestos waste for the continuation of infrastructure works.
Coastwide Civil along with Workcover pioneered the use of PCF explosives in Australia for the use of clearing friable asbestos in contaminated areas.
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