Encounter Lakes

One of largest projects South Coast Sand & Civil has undertaken was the Franklin Island Development. The works involved the movement of 320,000 tonnes of material with significant Level 1 compaction to make the blocks suitable for building works. The constructed Lake is now the centre piece of the land division and with the aid of a pump station has a regulated high and low tide fed by salt water from the ocean.

Beyond Today

The project Beyond Today is the epitome of best practice stormwater management and has involved the creation of lagoons and wetlands within residential and rural flow catchments.

The design has involved many hectares of wetlands and waterways linked to provide an ecosystem for native plants and wildlife in the middle of the South Coast Urban Environment.

Wellington

South Coast has just recently completed the creation of a new stage at the Wellington East Marina. The Project involved the removal of 75,000m³ of material and the Level 1 placement of 30,000m³, working in and adjacent the River Murray and below standing water level.

Causeway

South Coast Sand & Civil are proud to be associated with this 132 lot subdivision. Works occurred adjacent a riverine environment containing a threatened fish species with no environmental incidents occurring during the five month construction phase. Major wetlands were constructed as part of package with these flowing directly into the fish’s habitat.

Strath Hub

South Coast Sand & Civil are proud to be associated with this 132 lot subdivision. Works occurred adjacent a riverine environment containing a threatened fish species with no environmental incidents occurring during the five month construction phase. Major wetlands were constructed as part of package with these flowing directly into the fish’s habitat.