Synergy also improved the aesthetics of the site via use of a long reach excavator to clear vegetation and loose rocks along a 90lm section of a 15m high natural rock wall. To ensure safe access during future redevelopment works, Synergy installed a engineered rockfall catch fence along at the toe of the rock wall.
Upon completion of the demolition scope, Synergy was engaged to excavate and remediate contaminated soils from multiple source locations across the precinct. Working closely with the environmental consultant AECOM, Synergy segregated over 120 stockpiles of soil for individual analysis. The most appropriate remediation methodology for each stockpile was then determined.
Synergy experience and expertise was also utilized to locate, expose, and remove redundant oil and diesel infrastructure which had been insitu in the ground for over 50 years. This process was further complication for the presence of friable asbestos pipe lagging which had to be removed by specialist local subcontractors. Consideration of the stringent environmental, health, quality and safety factors ensured successful delivery of the project and the meeting of legislative requirements and the Corporations expectations.Play Video