October Newsletter 2016
- Posted by: asp.admin
- Category: News
Boardwalk Burleigh Beach
Boardwalk Burleigh Beach is another project by the Morris Property Group to add to their porfolio of Gold Coast properties and is a 20 storey development.
Working with Mainland Civil, ASP Piling serviced the project with sheet and secant pile shoring, anchoring, while ADS undertook the site dewatering.
Displayed below is a video showing the excellent location of the development.
It also shows some of our fleet that worked on the project, including the Bauer 20S rig, Liebherr LB28 rig and the Soilmec SF65 rig.
Above picture depicts the site after the first excavation phase.
More International Works Space Fence
Situated on a US Military base in the Kwajalein Atoll 2400 Nautical Miles from Brisbane, the remote location created a number of logistical challenges inlcuding the delivery of the piling rig, excavator and concrete pump along with the rest of our equipment.
The fabrication of the reinforcing cages took place on the island, along with the formand- pour pad foundations and the installation of founding piles to support the Space Fence.
Successful planning and implementation of works in such remote and foreign locations has added to our experience and knowledge base to ensure all ASP Piling’s customers receive the highest level of skills, service and experience on their project.
ASP’s Crane Rebuilt
Our most recent machinery upgrade has seen our 1982 Grove RT522 Rough Terrain Crane rebuilt in ASP’s workshop.
ASP’s workshop team together with the highly qualified engineers at Walsh’s Engineering Solutions ensured all upgrades were to the highest standards.
A complete rebuild and strengthening of the boom, the bodywork and engine rebuild, along with the preparing and repainting at ASP’s workshop has resulted in the crane looking and operating like new.
Our resident crane operator Colin Maslen (right), with a lifetime of experience operating cranes is very happy to be using the completely refurbished Grove. Thanks Col.
ASP Complete Shoring At Festival Place
Cavcorp’s new residential development in the Gasworks Precinct in Newstead, Brisbane is starting to take shape. This multi-storey development being built by Torre Developments will contain a mixture of retail and residential tenancies.
Our experience, commitment to quality and demonstrated ability to overcome all manner of challenges has ensured the quality of the shoring on this project.
ASP Piling used a combination of 100 lineal metres of sheet piles and 169 lineal metres of secant piles for the ground retention, ensuring that there was seamless flow between the different forms. We also installed 129 CFA foundation piles.
Give the ASP Piling team a call today for more information about our piling capabilities or visit our services page.