Road Rehabilitation

Dunbar Road:

This project consisted of:

  • 9kms of shoulder widening and reconstruction
  • Preparation for widening of bitumen seal
  • Loading and cartage of quarry material
  • Boxing out of shoulders and
  • Laying and compacting.
Town Streets:

This NDRRA project consisted of minor pavement repairs. Works completed consisted of:

  • Cleaning of debris from town streets i.e. mud,
  • Mill and fill of failed pavement areas using local materials
  • Preparing site for bitumen seal
  • Loading and cartage of quarry materials
  • Road profiling laying and compacting.
  • Working in an environmentally sensitive area on Cape York Peninsula
  • Working in remote areas
  • Working with limited plans, mainly just guidelines
  • Working in extreme conditions
  • Working with local indigenous employees in conjunction with the Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council

Works were carried out in an environmentally sensitive area on Cape York Peninsula.

This project involved reconstruction of main access road into Napranum Community and associated streets, as well as reconstruction of turn out area where Napranum Road Peninsula Development Road intersection. Works consisted of box out of shoulders, gravel reseal, overlay and shape correction and Stabilisation.

Works were carried out in a remote and environmentally sensitive area on Cape York Peninsula. Conditions were at times extreme and strict client consultation and communication was necessary to achieve the optimum outcome.

Damaged sections of pavement were milled out and replaced with 2.1 gravel on a number of sealed roads in the Ravenshoe area. The works were then fully sealed with a two coat chip seal. Some medium formation grading was applied to areas of gravel roads.

Minor pavement repairs to a number of roads throughout Atherton and Herberton. Damaged sections were milled out and replaced with new asphalt to match existing surface.

Minor pavement repairs to a number of roads throughout Millaa Millaa and Ravenshoe. Damaged sections were milled out and replaced with new asphalt to match existing surface.

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