CONCRETE RECYCLED ON SITE
|Grafton | NSW
|Jan 2015 – Sep 2015
Engaged by Essential Energy to complete remediation works, followed by the demolition of the former Koolkhan power station, Synergy successfully completed this project whilst accommodating sensitive receptor concerns and exceeding stakeholder expectations along the way.
Located ten minutes north of Grafton on the banks of the Clarence River, the Koolkhan power station was commissioned in the 1950s to provide a reliable electricity supply to the Northern Rivers region. The power station was coal-fired and operated daily up until 1979, when it was decommissioned and used as a storage facility over ensuing years.
"Synergy completed our project on time and under budget. We were very impressed with their professionalism and dedication to ensure the successful completion of what was a very arduous project".