DAVY ROBINSON RESERVE SEA WALL
LOCATION | LIVERPOOL NSW
CLIENT | LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL
Liverpool City Council appointed Terra Civil as their principal contractor, responsible for the end to end delivery of extensive remediation and revegetation of the Davy Robinson Reserve as part of the council’s ongoing campaign to improve the cities connection to the river.
The site location posed a number of unique environmental constraints including flora and fauna preservation, tree protection issues, avoiding water pollution and the need to work with the tides.
Terra Civil rose to the challenge, conducting extensive pre-planning with Liverpool Council resulting in a plan that encompassed; hiring an arborist to oversee all tree removal, use of designated fuel areas and a floating boom to guard against water pollution and protect marine life.
Work schedules were carefully orchestrated to work in with the tides.
Working to a very tight 6-week deadline and overcoming the multitude of environmental challenges imposed by the project location Terra Civil brought the project in under time and on budget.
Environmental Controls including Floating Boom, Noise & Pollution Controls, Sediment Control
Temporary Removal and replacement of access ramp between abutment and Charter Boat Pontoon to allow construction of rubble embankment seawall
Concrete Footpath Removal & Disposal and Replacement
1236m3 Asbestos Soil Excavation & Disposal
Supply Place & Compact 1,041 Backfill
Demolition, Removal and Disposal of 70m2 Existing Concrete Boat ramp
Demolition, Removal and Disposal of 56m3 Contaminated Spoil from Toe of Seawall.
Construction of new Sea Walls including Supply & Installation of 700m2 Geofabric and 750t Armor Rock
70lm Stormwater & Sewer Extensions
Supply & Construct Concrete Retaining Wall for Jetty Protection
Construction rubble embankment seawall
Removal of the ramp to pontoon
Construction of retaining walls, park furniture, access ramps and construction of armour rock sea wall