Our key
Projects

KEY CLIENTS AND PROJECTS

  • Noise Wall Footings – Hepburn Ave (Main Roads)
  • State of the art Ship Assembly Hall – Henderson WA
  •  Submarine Rescue Facility – Henderson WA
  • PCH Kids Bridge (Koolangka Bridge) – Nedlands (Main Roads)
  • Fulton Hogan Asphalt Plant – Hazelmere WA
  • Cockburn Cement – Cockburn WA
  • Weighbridge – Hazelmere WA
  • Causeway Pedestrian & Cyclist Bridge – Victoria Park WA

KIDS BRIDGE (KOOLANGKA BRIDGE) MAIN ROADS

LOCATION: Nedlands, Perth WA
DURATION: 6 Months

Civil & Structures was engaged to complete the full FRP scope of works including curved bridge abutments, piers, approach slabs and much more.

The bridge is providing families and children who are using facilities at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre Campus the opportunity to escape the rigors of their hospital journey by safely visiting Kings Park. Clinicians strongly agree that providing the opportunity to visit places like Kings Park is positive for the overall wellbeing of unwell children and their families.

The 3m wide x 217m long pedestrian bridge over Winthrop Avenue in Nedlands connects to the lawn area located between Perth children’s hospital (PCH) and the multi-story carpark on the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre grounds to Kings Park.

SHIP ASSEMBLY HALL

LOCATION: Henderson, Perth
DURATION: 18 Months

Civil & Structures completed the FRP scope for this project approx. 20,000m3.
We were responsible for constructing the following concrete structures:

  • Pile Cap Foundations
  • Mezzanine Floors
  • Carpark Basement and First Floor Levels
  • Lift Pits

The 53,000sqm, 70m high facility will be one of the largest single undercover modularisation, repair and maintenance facilities in Australia. It will be capable of housing complete air warfare destroyers, frigates and OPV’s, for construction or maintenance.

Civil & Structures carried most of the concrete construction works on the main building and car park placing almost 20,000m3 of concrete including, Pile Caps, Pad Footings, Ground Beams, Lift Pits, Walls, Columns and 40,000sqms of Concrete Slabs.

FULTON HOGAN ASPHALT PLANT

LOCATION: Hazelmere, Perth WA
DURATION: 6 Months

Civil & Structures was engaged to complete the full FRP scope of works including curved bridge abutments, piers, approach slabs and much more.

The bridge is providing families and children who are using facilities at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre Campus the opportunity to escape the rigors of their hospital journey by safely visiting Kings Park. Clinicians strongly agree that providing the opportunity to visit places like Kings Park is positive for the overall wellbeing of unwell children and their families.

The 3m wide x 217m long pedestrian bridge over Winthrop Avenue in Nedlands connects to the lawn area located between Perth children’s hospital (PCH) and the multi-story carpark on the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre grounds to Kings Park.

COBURN CEMENT

LOCATION: Cockburn, Perth WA
DURATION: 6 Months

Civil & Structures completed the FRP scope for this project approx. 15000m3.

C&S was responsible for constructing the following concrete structures:

  • Clinker Walls 7.2m High and 800mm Wide.
  • 200m Clinker Tunnel
  • Silo Foundations
  • Slabs, Footings, Pedestals and Pavement Slab

causeway pedestrian and cyclist bridges

LOCATION: Victoria Park, Perth WA
DURATION: Currently Constructing

Civil and Structures are currently assisting with the construction of two Pedestrian and Cyclist bridges that will be built alongside the existing Causeway Bridge, providing a 6m wide shared path connecting the Victoria Park foreshore to Heirisson Island and Perth CBD with Point Fraser.

Construction and ground improvement began in early 2023 and will be completed in early 2024.

lakelands water booster conrete tank

LOCATION: East Lakelands
DURATION: Currently Constructing

Civil and Structures are currently assisting with the construction of two Pedestrian and Cyclist bridges that will be built alongside the existing Causeway Bridge, providing a 6m wide shared path connecting the Victoria Park foreshore to Heirisson Island and Perth CBD with Point Fraser.

Construction and ground improvement began in early 2023 and will be completed in early 2024.