Onslow Boating Precinct project stage 1A

A small project team led by Bradley Saunders demonstrated what is truly possible when excellence in engineering and construction comes together.

Stage 1A of the multi-stage project involved dredging 45,000 m3 of rock and soil from the Creek, installing a 280m rock wall revetment, designing, manufacturing and installing 2 precast concrete boat ramps and a floating pontoon holding jetty, and installing key supporting services and infrastructure.

The project team used their engineering and construction know-how to deliver a significant cost saving for the client.  In addition, by implementing a temporary earth bund 70% of the work was able to be completed in the dry, improving safety and quality outcomes.

Bradley Saunders and his dedicated team leveraged their engineering and construction expertise to deliver impressive cost savings for our valued client. Moreover, through the implementation of temporary works, an astonishing 70 per cent of construction was completed in dry conditions, significantly enhancing safety and overall quality. Completing the project ahead of schedule and under the client’s budget was not just a win for us, but also a significant benefit to the local community, allowing for earlier investment in additional project stages.

Congratulations to the team for delivering the project ahead of schedule and to an excellent standard.

About the CCF Earth Awards Gala Dinner

On the 6th of October, the Ertech team, alongside sister company Geomarine, gathered with industry peers to honour outstanding achievements in the construction sector at the CCF Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards dinner.

The gala dinner was a night to remember, recognising the exceptional accomplishments of 20 diverse projects, including our two finalist projects: the Onslow Boating Precinct Stage 1A and AMC 1 Wharf Extension and New Finger Wharf.

The celebration continued as representatives from our finalist teams came together for a fantastic evening, further strengthening connections with their peers. We extend our heartfelt thanks to the Civil Contractors Federation WA for organising an exceptional event and congratulate all the winners and finalists from the various categories.

We eagerly look forward to the National Earth Awards in November. Stay tuned for more exciting updates.
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