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Eastland Shopping Centre Stage 5
One of Melbourne's largest basements with 450,000m3 loaded to trucks, to excavate the basement for the new Southern and Eastern Mall Extensions.
7000m2 of piled retention walls with shotcrete and anchors.
Extensive retrofit to existing carpark footings for the new centre redevelopment.
Box Hill Hospital Redevelopment
Site area 12000m2
Bulk excavation for basement and forecourt 90,000m3
Bored retention piles approx.. 300 no. to depths exceeding 19m
Temporary ground anchors 350 no.
Shotcrete wall 3000m2
Footings – pad footings for columns and core raft footings 2800m3
Service tunnels, initial pavements
132 - 172 Smith Street, Collingwood
Early works contract direct to developer
Large mixed use retail / commercial / residential project
150 no. bored retention piles
44000 m3 of excavation
280 temporary anchors and 2000m2 of shotcrete wall
108 Flinders St, Melbourne
Site area 1400m2
Bulk excavation for basement 18,500m3
Bored retention piles 90 no.
Temporary ground anchors and rock nails 400 no.
Shotcrete wall 2200m2
Hybrid retention scheme with conventional retention piles & anchors; rock nails and shotcrete at lower levels
Challenges included tight site, deep basement, difficult access from busy city street and excavation in hard rock
The project, headed by the John Holland group, was awarded the Australian Construction Achievement Award.
The project, completed in 29 days, involved widening the main north-south runway of the Melbourne Airport by 7.5m on each side to ensure Melbourne could accommodate the huge wing span of the A380 aircraft.
The project works included the excavation of 81,000 tonnes of earth and installation 7km of drainage by CDL.
The runway-widening project was the largest single airfield construction project undertaken in the airport's 35-year history.
The new office tower development is part of new generation of developments to fit into the Melbourne central business district with a mix of commercial, retail, leisure, heritage, public urban and car park facilities. Particular emphasis is given to preserving the heritage aspects of the area, with an energy efficient building providing the working environment expected for modern commercial developments. The developer is a property trust investing funds on behalf of Australian superannuation funds.
Austin Hospital AR/M Project
This was Victoria's largest ever public hospital development project, and has amalgamated the operations of two of the larger public hospital institutions into one campus, to service the needs of the residents to Melbourne's north east.
Edgewater on the Maribyrnong
The Edgewater development is a housing subdivision approximately 7 km from the Melbourne CBD, on an extensive area of land fringing the banks of the Maribyrnong River opposite Flemington Racecourse. The property was previously occupied by a government supply instrumentality and represented an opportunity to redevelop a prime area in the inner western suburbs of Melbourne.
The task for the developer at Edgewater was to prepare an area for subdivision utilising the natural attractions of riverside setting whilst maximising the use of the site.