Dayboro Development is a multi-stage residential development located along Fingerboard Road and Hay Road.
ALLROADS commenced bulk earthworks on the initial Stage One contract in late August 2017, with Stages Two and Three following in 2018.
Works across all stages included: external water main, sewer pump station, external sewer rising main, Fingerboard Road upgrade and internal subdivision civil works including: drainage, sewer, water, services, roadworks, concrete works, retaining walls and bio-retention basins.
Detailed planning and programming was implemented to ensure the project program was maximised, enabling the Developer to guarantee settlement of the lots as quickly as possible.
Demonstrating ALLROADS' innovative construction methodology approach, we provided the client with an alternative for using Class B sandstone retaining wall blocks as opposed to Class A, saving the client approximately $40,000.
Working through the summer period proved difficult due to the large stormwater events which occurred. ALLROADS undertook stringent third-party environmental verification of the environmental controls being implemented resulting in the controls, EMP and construction methodology itself being modified as required.
Although not a contractual requirement, ALLROADS went above the legislative Environmental requirements to ensure complete compliance was maintained during the construction process, and as a result, Lake Samsonvale drinking water quality was not affected.
110,000m3 cut to fill bulk earthworks
Fingerboard Road upgrade
Construction of over 1,300m2 concrete sleeper and 300m2 boulder retaining wall structures
Construction of over 10,300m2 new road pavements with asphalt surfacing
Installation of sewer and water supply infrastructure including a sewer pump station
External works sewer rising main and water main on Dayboro Road
Construction of 1.9km stormwater drainage infrastructure including two bio-retention basins
High level of erosion and sediment control due to highly sensitive Lake Samsonvale catchment region