This 60,000m2 project was finished in May 2016 with 50 residential lots and a 6,700m2 Group Housing site. There was every aspect of civil construction involved with this subdivision, including 50,000m3 of bulk earthworks, over 500m of retaining walls and more than 8,000m2 of roads.
Completed in June 2015, as a forward works package for a new school gymnasium, Delta Civil were engaged to construct new multi-purpose courts covering approximately 4,500m2, along with associated infrastructure. Delta Civil completed these works with minimal interference to the school which continued to operate throughout the construction period.
This was a 30 lot residential subdivision which Delta Civil took on from start to finish. Completed in June 2015 the job was over 11500m2. The job commenced with the clearing of large trees and the stripping of topsoil to a depth of 300mm. The earthworks involved the importation of 8,000m3 of fill and presented a challenge with a restricted access adjacent to existing residences.
Completed in June 2015, this rural subdivision had over 14,000m2 of road spanning 1.5km. Constructed from a clay base leading up to winter the emphasis was on efficient work to avoid any delays that the wet weather can bring with the end result being 21 x 2.5-5 acre lots.
This was a 28 lot residential subdivision and was completed in November 2014. Following the initial clearing there was a significant amount of import fill needed to bring the site up to surrounding ground level. Due to the proximity of the high voltage overhead power lines this was undertaken under full time traffic Management and the supervision of a Western Power RIC. All works were completed without incident.
This project was surrounded by built up estates and in close proximity to a primary school. With and existing house and a small forest of trees, this site had almost all aspects of Civil Construction to consider.
This 45 lot residential subdivision was completed in May 2014 and commenced with the removal of asbestos material from site. The bulk earthworks involved 8,500m3 of cut to fill and the loading and removal of 15,000m3 of surplus material. Internally there was 4600m2 of roads built, 700m of sewer installed and 500lm of common services.
Phillip Street, Maddington was a 20,000m2, 42 lot infill subdivision that backed onto the Canning River. The Department of Parks and Wildlife was heavily involved in the project and conducted regular inspections and testing of the waterways to ensure our Environmental Management Plan was effective.
River Avenue was a small 7 lot, 5000m2 development surrounded by existing housing. This property was privately owned at the time by a local family that wanted to develop their old orchard. Like most other developments in the area the site mainly consisted of clay. Due to this over 4000m3 of sand was imported to bring the site classification up to the design spec required from the design engineer.