Selected Civil Infrastructure Projects

EvoEnergy Underground Electricity Service Upgrades 2017 – 2018

In September 2017 BMCA was approached by EvoEnergy for assistance in surveilling and providing engineering advice on the civil construction operations associated with the upgrading of electricity services.

After a number of issues with damage to underground services from civil contractors undertaking Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) work on behalf of EvoEnergy, they decided that specialist civil construction expertise may assist in reducing the risk of damage and BMCA were the “go-to” solution.

The first two projects for BMCA assistance are to increase the power supply to substations in Gungahlin and Barton where current capacity urgently requires augmentation to minimise risk of power outages. Both projects are to be completed by April 2018.

Gundaroo Drive Duplication 2018-2019

BMCA is leading a joint team to provide PAP and surveillance services to the ACT Government for Stage 2 of the duplication of Gundaroo Drive from Crace to Gungahlin.

Works commenced early second quarter 2018. The construction scope includes earthworks, stormwater, services relocation, three bridges, flexible pavements, road furniture, street lighting and landscaping, with completion scheduled for late 2019

Horse Park Drive Duplication 2017 – 2019

BMCA is teaming with AECOM to provide superintendency and surveillance services to the ACT Government for Multiple Segments of the duplication of Horse Park Drive in Gungahlin.

Works are completed on several segments of the $25m project, with scope including earthworks, stormwater, services relocations, two bridges, flexible pavements, road furniture, street lighting and landscaping. Overall completion for all segments 1 to 6 is scheduled for early 2019.

 

 

Cotter Road Stage 2 Duplication 2017-2018

A recently completed $20 million project for duplication of the existing road between Tuggeranong Parkway and McCulloch Street. Works included construction and reconstruction of new and existing bridges over Yarralumla Creek, as well as cyclist & pedestrian paths and associated landscaping.

North Weston Odour Control Project 2018

Contract administration on behalf of Icon Water for a new fanhouse, foul air offtake and fresh air inducts for the Molonglo Valley Interceptor Sewer scheduled for completion mid 2018. Construction scope includes reinforced concrete building construction, mechanical and electrical equipment procurement and installation, and commissioning.

ACT Healthy Waterways 2017

A federally funded project to undertake water quality improvements at multiple sites over 6 catchment areas in the ACT and neighbouring NSW.

BMCA provided construction planning advice, including for procurement of contracting services, establishment of contract administration processes and other inputs to detailed designs.

Googong Township Water Supply 2016 – 2017

BMCA undertook superintendency and surveillance of two projects on behalf of Client GTPL for the supply of water to the new and expanding Googong Township, with works substantially completed late 2017. The works undertaken are for upgrades to the existing pumping station, pipeline and metering facilities at Googong Dam (IWC East) and water storage reservoirs, treatment systems, gravity and pumping mains for potable and recycled water (IWC West). The total value of works is approximately $15 million, executed by local contractor Guideline ACT

 

 

Googong Water Treatment Plant  2015

Client – Googong Town Council Services – Contracts Administration, Site Surveillance Project Cost > AUD 20 million A stand-alone waste water treatment facility providing non-potable recycled water to the surrounding community through a dedicated reticulation network. Initial design for service of 3,600 people. The project is a key element of the larger Integrated Water Cycle Network for Googong, which will service 18,850 people.

Edwin Land Parkway 2012

Contract administration and Surveillance on a 2.3km long arterial road involving 60,000m3 of earthworks resulting from a significant cutting, services relocations, storm water infrastructure, cycleways, a signalized intersection, landscaping and lighting Key activities included, contract administration, Client reporting, project controls (cost and program), and coordination with Design and Construction contractors

Cotter/Kirkpatrick Intersection  2013

Client – Procurement & capital Works – Contracts Administration, Site Surveillance Project Cost – > AUD 20 million The project commenced in November 2011 and involved removal of an existing roundabout, construction of a new signalised intersection, and reconstruction of approximately 600m of dual carriageway on Cotter Road. Significant challenges on the project included relocated telecommunications infrastructure, simultaneous operations with heavy traffic on Cotter Road and Relocation and consolidation of major telecommunications infrastructure.