Ecospec have been awarded the contract for the reconstruction of the Robe Marina Straddle Carrier Jetties. The works will comprise of construction of a new crane running beams, pile extensions and new abutments. The scope of work entails: demolition of the existing straddle carrier beams and upper section of the existing piles fabrication and installation
The Ecospec team were recently called to QBH to repair concrete to the conveyor gallery at the QBH Operating Plant in Queensland. Concrete repairs were made to the conveyor gallery pedestals and access tunnels. This involved the removal of damaged concrete, repair of the reinforcement, and grout repairs to conveyor gallery pedestals and conveyor tunnels. The work
Ecospec have successfully completed the first part of the stabilisation of canal embankment at Raby Bay, Queensland. This was achieved using a design and construct solution provided by Ecospec, followed by releveling of the concrete revetment wall. All stabilisation and remedial work was undertaken from a barge which eliminated the need to access the property, and utilised a method
Ecospec have been awarded the contract for the upgrade of the Black Point boat ramp in Yorke Peninsula, South Australia The work entails the installation of new platforms and walkways to the Black Point Boat Ramp. These extend the mooring length and facilitate boat mooring at lower tide levels. The design (by Aztec Engineers) incorporates
Ecospec crews responded within 24 hours to repair damage to cladding at the QBH facility at the Port of Brisbane. Repairs were completed to conveyor galleries over the rail loading area requiring coordination with train schedules, as well as a switch room and office building.
Ecospec has been awarded a long term contract to implement bank stabilisation works to the Raby Bay Canal for Redland Bay Council. The stabilisation concept and method was developed and proposed by the Ecospec team in conjunction with Peter Yttrup and Associates from Melbourne. The project involves stabilising the canal banks and then reinstating the revetment wall to the
Ecospec has been awarded the contract to undertake bridge repairs to the John Nugent Way bridge in Ipswich QLD. Maintenance to the bridge includes concrete repairs to the bridge abutments, and install of new bearings to the bridge girders at the abutments. The works involve pedestrian traffic management, bridge jacking and concrete repairs. Work is set to commence in
Ecospec is pleased to announce that protective coatings work has commenced on the Chevron Island Eastern Bridge, Gold Coast. Lead by Ecospec Site Foreman Dave Corney, the crew is responsible for the blasting and painting of the superstructure steelwork, plus application of coatings to the exposed concrete surfaces on the bridge. Ecospec is also responsible for the environmental
Ecospec have been awarded the contract for protective coatings to steelwork and concrete on the Eastern Bridge Chevron Island Remediation Project. The work involves encapsulation, blasting and painting of existing steelwork and application of protective coatings to concrete beam faces. Work is commencing in September 2016 and due for completion by first quarter 2017.
Ecospec has been selected as a Finalist at the Civil Construction Federation 2016 Earth Awards. The Brisbane City Reach Boardwalk and Remediation Works project was selected for excellence in construction and design in the Queensland Category 2 section. Managing Director David O'Sullivan said the Award recognises the excellent workmanship and tremendous practical and logistical difficulty of achieving high