Our recent project news and what's been happening at DM Civil.
DM Civil’s DN700 Neerabup Bore Main project poses a number of challenges. One of these challenges was delivery of 12 metre long, 2.0 tonne DN700 MSCL pipes along parts of the pipe route that won’t permit the use of road transport trucks.
We have now been awarded Separable Portion 2 of the Neerabup Bore Collector Main. Separable Portion 2 is the construction element of the 500m of DN500 and 3,500m DN800 steel pipeline and follows on from Separable Portion 1 being the design contract.
In keeping with the DM Civil policy of long term investment, our Kenworth prime mover has undergone a full rebuild. This follows 1,154,000 kilometres of heavy equipment haulage over 12 years.
The Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA) is the body representing almost 1000 Men’s Sheds and is recognised as one of Australia’s largest male based community development organisations.
For this year’s CCF WA Earth Awards submission we entered the Port Hedland Hospital Demolition and Remediation project.
Millars Landing Stage 1A reached practical completion on 15th May 2018. Based on our performance and the proactive attitude of our project team, DM Civil was asked to submit a quote for the next stage, Millars Landing Stage 1B.