PROJECTS

With over 100 successfully completed projects across Victoria, our capabilities are all encompassing and range from $20,000 to $10,000,000.

Information provided below is a snapshot of what Keystone Civil can offer our clients

 

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Cumulus Estate Subdivision, Basin Rise, Highton

Client:  Barwon Water

$3.6M

Keystone Civil were engaged by Barwon Water to develop a large residential subdivision within a brown field site as apart of Barwon Waters ongoing asset realisation programme.
 

Scope of works included:

  • Decommissioning of redundant pipework

  • Earthworks, including sedimentation pond construction

  • Sewer reticulation works

  • Supply and installation of stormwater drainage including Gross pollutant trap

  • Supply and installation of watermain, PE gas mains, power and communications infrastructure

  • Construction of retaining walls

  • Pavement construction and reconstruction, including asphalt, kerb, line marking and road furniture

  • Concrete works

  • Traffic management

  • Service adjustments

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The Heights Estate, Stage 5, Herne Hill

Client:  Riverlee Heights

$1.25M

 

The Heights is a boutique residential estate situated in Herne Hill with uninterrupted views of the stunning hillside. Just 4km West of Geelong’s central activities district and a 60-minute
drive to Melbourne.

Scope of works included:

  • Earthworks

  • Sewer reticulation works

  • Supply and installation of stormwater drainage including Gross pollutant trap

  • Supply and installation of watermain, PE gas mains, power and communications infrastructure

  • Construction of retaining walls

  • Pavement construction and reconstruction, including asphalt, kerb, line marking and road furniture

  • Concrete works

  • Traffic management

  • Service adjustments

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2670 Midland Highway Subdivision, Lethbridge

Client:  Lethbridge Property Development

$1.6 Million

2670 Lethbridge, consisted of 17 rural 1 acre lots and the construction of an intersection with the Midland Hwy, including upgrades to all running lanes.

Scope of works included;

  • Earthworks

  • Supply and installation of stormwater drainage including retention basin

  •  Supply and installation of watermain, power and communications infrastructure

  • Stabilisation works

  • Pavement construction and reconstruction, including asphalt, kerb, line marking and roadfurniture

  • Concrete works

  • Traffic management

  • Service adjustments

 

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VicTrack - Road and Rail Package, Warrnambool, Shepparton, South Geelong, Marshall, Kangaroo Flat

Client:  Victrack

$6.5M

As apart of VicTracks ongoing commitment to support a thriving transport system, Keystone Civil were proud to be awarded the contract to design and construct a train station waiting room in Shepparton, four carparks in, Geelong, Kangaroo flats, Grovedale, Warrnambool and upgrade a station building entry in Ballan.

Scope of works included:

  • Design

  • Community consultation

  • Project Management

  • Environmental Management

  • Cultural Heritage management and engagement

  • Construction of 4 Carparks, and supporting infrastructure

  • CCTV and Electrical Works

  • Commissioning

  • Maintenance

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Phalaris Park Estate Subdivision Stage 9, Lovely Banks

Client:  Cardno TGM

$1.6M

Phalaris Park is a residential estate situated in Lovely Banks 4km north of Geelong’s central activities district and a 50-minute drive to Melbourne.

Scope of works included:

  • Earthworks

  • Sewer reticulation works

  • Supply and installation of stormwater drainage

  • Supply and installation of watermain, PE gas mains, power and communications infrastructures

  • Pavement construction and reconstruction, including asphalt, kerb, line marking and road furniture

  • Concrete works

  • Traffic management

  • Service adjustments

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Aurora Stage 3, 4, 5, 10 & 11, Bio Retention System upgrades

Client:  Lendlease

$500,000

 

Keystone Civil were engaged by Lendlease to upgrade Bioretention Systems across a number of sites of Aurora, approximately 30 minutes North of Melbourne. 

Scope of works included:

  • Earthworks

  • Drainage construction

  • Removal of existing filtration mediums

  • Dewatering existing

  • Community consultation

  •  Project Management

  • Environmental Management

  • Commissioning

  • Maintenance

 
 
 
 
 
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Warralily Wetlands, 1 Warralily Blvd, Armstrong Creek

Client:  Armstrong Creek Developments

Location: Armstrong Creek, Victoria

$2M

Keystone Civil were engaged by Armstrong Creek Developments to construct a large wetlands, retarding basin and drainage infrastructure to service the Armstrong Creek urban growth zone.

Scope of works included:

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Clay liner construction

  • Large diameter RCP drainage infrastructure

  • Concrete culvert and structures

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Bald Hill South Early Works Package – Kalkallo/Mitcham

Client:  Yarra Valley Water

Location: Kalkallo, North of Melbourne, Victoria

$1.3M

 

Keystone Civil were engaged by Yarra Valley Water to construct approximately 2.6km of access corridor. Works were required to enable construction of utility services for an expanding urban growth zone north of Melbourne.

Scope of works included:

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Drainage works

  • Removal and reinstatement of approximately 5.2km of farm fencing

  • Tree clearing

  •  Irrigation realignment

  • Stakeholder management

Colac Water Supply Upgrade, Gerangamete

Client:  Barwon Water

$2.6M

Keystone Civil was awarded the contract by Barwon Water to carry out the construction of a new 50 Mega Litre balancing storage lagoon located within the Gerangamete Ground Water Treatment Plant in late 2016.
The purpose of the project is to help secure long-term water supply for the Colac region and ensure growth of the township is supported with reliable a water supply. 

Scope of works included:

  • Bulk earthworks 100,000m3

  • Bains Construction including clay liner

  • Rock beaching embankments

  • MSCL large diameter pipework

  • Supply and installation of large diameter actuated butterfly valves

  • Construction of concrete structures

  • Construction of boat ramp

  • HDPE pipework

  • Security fencing

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Wurdee Buloc Inlet Channel, Barwon Downs

Client:  Barwon Water

Location: Barwon Downs, Western Victoria

$2.8M

The Wurdee Boluc Inlet Channel (WBIC) is a critical asset for Geelong’s water supply. Originally constructed in the 1930’s and widened in the 1950’s, the channel was constructed to transport water from the West Barwon Reservoir to Wurdee Boluc Reservoir by gravity only, via open channel and siphons. To maintain constant gradient of the open channel sections of the upper reaches of the WBIC, the original construction comprised cut/fill works across the steep hillsides of the Otway
Mountains.
The poor condition of a remote section, led to the decision to replace the open channel with a 1600 mm GRP pipe, with opportunistic remediation of the channel embankments at locations recommended by GHD and vegetation detritus as
responsible maintenance strategy.

Design and Construction innovations were incorporated across the project scope of:​

  • Demolition of the existing concrete channel and structures, including an existing culvert bridge

  • Earthworks, and embankment crest or toe repairs at several locations

  • Replacement of an existing channel underdrain below the pipeline to divert runoff and a private landowners dam overflow safely across the pipeline alignment.

  • Installation of longitudinal trench drainage and finger drains through the embankment for monitoring of pipe integrity during operational lifespan.

  • Supply, installation and commissioning of 1km of 1600mm GRP pipeline

  • Construction of Concrete structures to connect with siphon pipes at each end of the channel section, including level sensors

  • 4 access chambers

  • 1km of improved access track adjacent to and over the pipeline trench/filled channel for safer access

  • Environmentally sensitive landscaping reinstatement

 

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Geelong Bowls Club, Sommers St, Geelong

Client:  Spence Construction

Location: Armstrong Creek, Victoria

$1.85M

Keystone Client were engaged by Spence Constructions to deliver the construction of a carpark and civil works for the Geelong Bowls in Geelong West.

Scope of works included:

  • Bulk earthworks and remediation of uncontrolled fills

  • Installation of large diameter drainage and retention system

  • Construction of carpark

  • Electrical works including lighting

  • Upgrade of entrance to VicRoads standards

  • Civil works for building construction

  • Concrete works

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Green Organics Processing Facility, 450 Stacey’s Road, Anakie

Client:  City of Greater Geelong Council

$3.2M

Keystone Civil was awarded the contract by City of Greater Geelong to construct the Garden Organic Composting Facility at Carrs Road, Anakie. The facility is the first organic recycling facility in the region and will process up to 35,000 tonnes of green organics collected from the Greater Geelong’s garden waste bins. The project is a part of the State-wide Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan and the Victorian Organics Recovery Strategy, which plans for all viable recovered materials to be extracted from waste streams before reaching landfill and was a joint funded project between City of Greater Geelong and Sustainability Victoria with a vision of relieving pressure from the state’s waste recovery and disposal system as the Victorian population continue to surge at an unprecedented rate.
 

The completed facility processes green organics including branches, grass clippings and other garden waste and turns the waste into Australian Standard compost which can be reused in Parks, Sports facilities and Farm and agricultural land within the region. The facility also allows water to be harvested from the site and reused, minimising the use of potable water in the composting process. Projects in regional Victoria have increased the organics processing capacity by 38,250 tonnes per year, with approximately 74,570 households now able to access kerbside collections for food and/or organic waste. With the launch of the new facility, kerbside organics collection services have resulted in an average abatement of 81,621 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.

Our scope of works on site includes all civil works within the facility including:

  • Demolition of the existing concrete channel and structures, including an existing culvert bridge

  • Bulk earthworks (7,400 cub site strip & 10,500 cub cut to fill)

  •  Facility pavements (28,910 sqm) & access roads (25,400 sqm)

  • HDPE & cushion geotextile lined ponds (5,900 sqm)

  • HDPE pipe work for water reticulation (900m) including sprinklers, hydrant system, 3 no.
    pump stations, 1 no. 80kl fire tank and 5 no. 45kl irrigation tanks

  • Electrical services including solar lighting, generator with solar battery, pond level gauge,
    sensors and pumps

  • Drainage and swales

 

Merrijig Drive and Fisher St Intersection, Torquay

Client:  Surf Coast Shire Council

Location: Torquay, Victoria

$150,000

Keystone Civil were engaged by Surf Coast Shire for the construction of traffic management improvement works at the intersection of Merrijig Drive and Fisher Street, Torquay.


Scope of works for the project include:

  • Demolition works

  • Pavement construction

  • Concrete works

  • Traffic management

  • Service adjustments

  • Line marking and street furniture replacement

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Lal Lal Windfarm, Corner Midland Highway & Fords Lane, Elaine

Client:  Zenviron

Location: Lal Lal, Victoria

$730,000

Keystone Civil were engaged by Zenviron to upgrade entry points to allow access for

wind turbine deliveries for the Lal Lal Windfarm.

Scope of works included:

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Drainage works

  • Subgrade stabilisation

  • Pavement construction to VicRoads specifications

  • Traffic management

  • Road infrastructure upgrades

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Bellarine Hwy – Melaluka Road to Christies Road, Geelong

Client:  South Western Alliance (VicRoads/Fulton Hogan)

Location: Leopold, Victoria

$1.6M

Keystone Civil were engaged by VicRoads South West Alliance to complete 1.6km of

pavement rehabilitation on the Bellarine Highway.


Scope of works for the project include:

  • Pavement demolition and recycling

  • Pulverising of existing pavement

  • Regulate and shape subgrade

  • Foam bitumen stabilise existing pavement materials to 200mm depth

  • Primer seal and Asphalt

  • Complex traffic management strategy

  • Line marking and street furniture

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Gabion Wall - Lower Retaining Wall Works, Great Ocean Road

Client:  South Western Alliance (VicRoads/Fulton Hogan)

Location: Torquay, Victoria

$500,000

Keystone Civil were engaged to undertake the construction of a seven-meter-tall gabion wall structure on the Great Ocean Rd. Works were require in order support a failed section of the Great Ocean Road which is a vital tourism attraction to Western Victoria.


Scope of works for the project include:

  • Pavement demolition

  • Traffic management

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Construction of Gabion wall

  • Placement of light weight backfill

  • Pavement construction

  • Concrete works

  • Management of restricted access and fall from heights

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Building Better Bikes Project, Greater Geelong

Client:  City of Greater Geelong Council

Location: Lal Lal, Victoria

$1.65M

Geelong City Council engaged Keystone Civil to construction cycling routes around the Geelong CBD, adopting best practice from around the world the cycling routes include a combination of protected bike lanes and a shared use system.

Scope of works included:

  • Complex traffic management

  • Community engagement

  • Demolition

  • Pavement reconstruction, asphalt and concrete

  • Signalling works

  • Line marking

  • Road furniture

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Barwon Water Depot, Breakwater

Client:  Lyons Constructions

Location: Breakwater, Victoria

$500,000

Keystone Civil were engage by local builder Lyons Constructions to deliver the construction of a carpark and internal roads for the new Barwon Water maintenance facility located in Breakwater Geelong.

Scope of works included:

  • Minor earthworks

  • Pavement construction, including kerb, asphalt

  • Concrete works

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Benalla Landfill, 96 Old Farnley Road, Benalla

Client:  Benalla Rural City Council

Location: Benalla, Victoria

$1.2M

Keystone Civil were engaged by Benalla Rural City Council to construct Landfill Cell 2,
within the regional City. Works All works were undertaken to current EPA and BPEM
standards.

Our scope of works on site includes all civil works within the facility including:

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Clay liner construction

  • Leachate sump construction

  • Supply and installation of 2mm HDPE liner

  • Supply and installation of Cushion geotextiles

  • Supply and installation of leachate aggregates

  • Supply and installation of Separation geotextiles

  • Connection to existing cells

  • Leak detection survey

  • Installation of leachate pumping system

  • Supply and MQA, QA

 

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Dow Chemical Basins

Client:  Dow Chemical

Location: Point Henry, Victoria

$1.6M

Dow Chemical engaged Keystone Civil to design and upgrade existing containment &

settlement basins.


Scope of works for the project include:

  • Design

  • Demolition works

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Supply and install geofabrics

  • Supply and install HDPE liners

  • Upgrade existing inlets and seal penetrations

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Creswick Landfill Cap Remedial Works,

Client:  Hepburn Shire Council

Location: Creswick, Victoria

$500,000

Hepburn Shire controls a number of active and inactive landfill cells. As a part of EPA management of inactive/completed landfill Cells, Keystone Civil were engaged to upgrade the existing Landfill cap to comply with BPEM (Best Practice Environmental Management) standards.

Scope of works included:

  • Exposing the existing landfill clay liners

  • Sourcing and testing clay fill for compliance with BPEM

  • Placing and compacting clays to ensure minimum clay liner thickness is achieved

  • Adjusting existing Gas infrastructure

  • Adjusting existing ground water monitoring bores

  • Rehabilitating cap surface, topsoil and mulch

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Lower Retaining Structure, 100 Big Hill, Great Ocean Road

Client:  Fulton Hogan

$280,000

Keystone Civil were engaged to undertake the construction of a six-meter-tall retaining wall on the ocean side of the Great Ocean Rd. Works were required in order support a failed section of the Great Ocean Road which is a vital truism attraction to Western Victoria.

Scope of works included:

  • Pavement demolition

  • Traffic management

  • Bulk earthworks

  • Retaining wall construction

  • Placement of light weight backfill

  • Pavement construction

  • Concrete works

  • Management of restricted access and fall from heights