As part of the Subi East Development and on behalf of the Western Australian State Government via Landcorp, RJV have been appointed to carry out demolition and remediation works to the iconic Subiaco Oval.
RJV have recently commenced works in the final stage of the Latitude 32 Flinders Precinct. This work involves lowering and then rebuilding existing McLaren Avenue and exporting 40,000m3 of material that work produces.
RJV have negotiated with Council a stages series of road closures that maintain access for heavy vehicle road users in the area as well as the adjacent Hope Valley Fire Station. The works also involve the protection of critical existing assets such as BP oil pipelines and high voltage power assets. Works are due for completion in March 2020 and awarded value is $4.9m
RJV have been awarded and tasked with upgrading the entry road into CSBP’s Kwinana facility as well as constructing new truck parking laydown areas. RJV have carefully staged roadworks to comply with CSBP’s requirements to maintain 24 hour access into their facility.
RJV have developed and employed a rigorous permit to dig system to accommodate the many buried critical services – both known and unknown – in the works area. Works commenced in August and are anticipated to be completed by November, the short 12 week timeframe is mandated by CSBP to minimise disruptions to their critical facility.