Newport Headwall

Location: Beach Car Park, Barrenjoey Rd, NEWPORT NSW Client: Northern Beaches Council Product: Various (see below) Due to heavy rain, this high-profile site in Newport had major erosion problems around one of its stormwater outlets. In addition, the existing services needed to be well-protected and a full landscaping plan executed. Northern Beaches Council decided to

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Simple Solution for Access Roads

PROJECT: Recycled Water Integration Program LOCATION: Bomaderry NSW CLIENT: UEA PRODUCT: E’Grid® 3030GT THE REQUIREMENT Reinforcement for access roads against vehicular damage. Leading trenchless drilling contractor, UEA, needed to create two 50x50m hard pads and a 3.5x350m temporary access track for vacuum trucks and heavy contract vehicles at each of the project’s HDD (Horizontal Directional

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CRACKING UNDER STRESS?

GEOSYNTHETICS IN ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT* Product: TerraGrid ®6060C Client: RoadTek Location: Rockhampton, Musgrave and High Street Intersection The Musgrave and High Street Intersection in Rockhampton had been experiencing its fair share of repairs and periodic maintenance due to soft patches of subgrade and cracking asphalt. As part of planned maintenance works for Rockhampton Council, Roadtek Operations required

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NEXY Basin project

In March 2017, Polyfabrics Australasia was contracted to supply the TerraStop Gabion and mattresses for installation on a spillway on the Northern Expressway Detention Basin. The project was the first large-scale implementation of both products, which utilised 528 of Gabion Baskets and 253 of mattresses.

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Gordon Road

Led by developer Fettini Homes, this project was a 55-house lot subdivision with a third of the estate allocated to open space. Through the middle of this open space was a drain which collected rain water coming from the estate and filtered it before running into Weinam Creek which in turn runs into Redland Bay.

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The Coal Loader project, Waverton

A former industrial site in Waverton, New South Wales which had been primarily used as a coal loading platform was being transformed into a multipurpose recreational space featuring one of Sydney’s largest public green roofs. As a historical site in operation since the early 1920’s, the one-hectare sized platform was used to transfer coal from large ships to smaller vessels and road vehicles.

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