Redland Bay, Qld
In late 2016 ALLROADS began construction of a 64-lot boutique development, Vanstone Park, in Redland Bay.
Specific works undertaken included significant clearing, earthworks, stormwater, sewer, roadwork, water reticulation, detention basin construction and retaining walls.
Providing a challenge to the project was the fact that the site was divided in two via an existing waterway; with separate entrances each side of the estate being required.
Subsequently, environmental management was a critical aspect to the project with four different species of turtles living in the waterway and the existing bushland home to a variety of wildlife,
A fauna spotter/catcher was engaged to relocate existing wildlife (Wallabies and Lizards) and over 40 turtles. In addition, work arounds were put in place to ensure the protection of vegetation and comprehensive erosion and sediment controls were put in place to protect the waterway.
Through the effective execution of the detailed environmental management plan, ALLROADS were able to deliver all works within the time frame, to budget and most importantly without damaging areas of protected vegetation or harming any fauna.
Carried out more than 16,800m3 of cut to fill bulk earthworks operations and imported 31,000m3 of fill
Construction of over 2,100m2 concrete sleeper retaining walls and 550m2 of ‘A’ grade boulder wall
Construction of over 5,800m2 pavement with asphalt surfacing including speed platforms.
Placed 850m2 of exposed aggregate driveway and 1,300m2 of footpath.
Installation of sewer and water reticulation infrastructure (two separate system/circuit).
Construction of two separate stormwater drainage structures, including landscaped open channel drains, bio-retention basins and a triple cell 1.5m x 0.9m box culvert with two 2.2m link slabs.
Placed 700m2 of rock pitching.