Timberlands – Eastern Creek Road Causeway

Continuing our great relationship with Timberlands Pacific, we were asked to undertake the project of upgrading and repairing a major river crossing on Eastern Creek Road, Scamander. Combining Giraffe Civil and Brett Carlson Building ‘s experience our first step was to create stable footings to be then tied into the above concrete slab to addContinue reading “Timberlands – Eastern Creek Road Causeway”

Tas Irrigation’s Pipeline – Camden Hill

Giraffe Civil Contracting working under VEC Civil Engineering won the tenders to de-stump approx. 8kms of old growth & plantation. with also picking up other work along the way, with Access roads to pump stations, turbines etc. all roads meeting Forest Practice Codes with drainage and gradient requirements. Pictures below: East Diddleum Access road toContinue reading “Tas Irrigation’s Pipeline – Camden Hill”

Bio-Solid Removal – TasWater

Giraffe Civil Contracting have been awarded numerous contracts from TasWater to handle and remove Bio-Soilds from sewerage lagoons around Tasmania. From Liquid form to semi-solid form using our Environmental Licences/Permits to transport the material to licenced agricultural grounds around Tasmania. Seen below is our 30,000L Vacuum Semi-Tanker to remove and transport bio-soilds

Bridport Old Pier Beach Erosion Control

Giraffe Civil Contracting was awarded the tender to stop the ocean eroding the picnic area bank at the Old Pier Beach at Bridport. Looking at a few options to control this with retaining walls, rocks etc. We decided to install Geotextile Sand Bags supplied by GeoTas which are specifically designed and manufactured nonwoven, needle punched,Continue reading “Bridport Old Pier Beach Erosion Control”

TasWater – Isandula Dam Access Road

Giraffe Civil Contracting were awarded the tender for the construction of TasWater’s  access track to the bottom of the Isandula Dam, Ulverstone TAS The access track was to meet all Forestry Tasmania’s codes of practice, making up to 60% gradient hill-side into a desired gradient of 15-20% by cutting and benching our way to theContinue reading “TasWater – Isandula Dam Access Road”