FOX ROAD ACACIA RIDGE

FOX ROAD ACACIA RIDGE

Hazardous Materials & Asbestos Removal

FOX ROAD, ACACIA RIDGE

Snapshot

Constructed during the 1960’s, the warehouse was originally used by General Motors Holden as a car assembly plant, and in 1985 was converted to warehouses  when Holden ceased operations in Queensland. Among the challenges for the project was the volume of asbestos which presented in over 50 kilometres of mastic asbestos windows, and sixteen kilometres of mastic contaminated concrete which resulted in a total of 32 kilometres of concrete cutting, in itself a major task on the job.

Project Role

Principal Contractor

Project Scope

DEMEX was engaged as principal contractor by the developer ESR to complete asbestos removal, demolition, and civil earthworks at this 17 hectare site located in the Brisbane western suburb of Acacia Ridge.

Project Highlights

  • 50,000m² demolition site
  • 4 kilometres of friable 200 mm asbestos pipe removal
  • 32 kilometres of concrete cutting
  • 3263 tonnes of scrap steel recycled
  • Crushing and processing of 25,000 tonnes of concrete slabs to allow a
    percentage of this concrete to be processed onsite and used as backfill
  • Green Star reporting in keeping with client’s requirements

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