Nobbys Lighthouse

McElligotts were engaged to complete the repaint of the Nobbys Head lighthouse. The major work scope was the removal of the existing lead-based coatings and replacement with a modern protective coating system. Additional project requirements included the repair of corroded steel, repair of rotten or damaged timber, removal of asbestos, repair of the masonry and/or
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Goods Island Lighthouse

McElligotts were engaged to complete the repaint of the Cape Wickham lighthouse. The major work scope was the removal of the existing lead-based coatings and replacement with a modern protective coating system. Additional project requirements included stabilisation and repair of concrete, repointing of stonework, repair of corrosion and damage to metal substrates.

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

McElligotts were engaged to complete the repaint of the Cape Naturaliste lighthouse. The major work scope was the removal of the existing lead-based coatings and replacement with a modern protective coating system. Additional project requirements included the repair and stabilisation of cracking concrete, repairs of severe corrosion and metallic substrates and replacing the external stairway
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Fraser Island Sandy Cape Lighthouse

The Sandy cape lighthouse work scope included the removal of the dome roof and replacement of the roof sill plate, removal, and replacement of the corroded external stair stringer plate. Sandy Cape was commenced in September 2014 and completed in February 2015.

Double Island Point Lighthouse

The Double Island Point lighthouse required corrosion repairs to the sheet plate wall panelling; structural repairs to the lantern room concrete balcony; supply and installation of a cathodic protections system; Double Island Point was commenced in April 2014 and completed in September 2014.

Hunter Water

The biggest intercrete project completed in the Southern Hemisphere at the time, this project involved repairing 6km of cracks on the floor and a full coat of 3mm thickness intercrete product. With the tank losing 1.2 megalitres per day of water before the remediation works were undertaken, water loss after the repairs was reduced by
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NACAP Raaf Base

McElligotts conducted this job in two parts. Firstly, working on the foundation of what would soon be the base of two tanks. The concrete base was track blasted and then stripe coated with the work being completed throughout the night where temperatures suited. After a short break the team returned for stage 2. Two new
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Grange Resources

Grange Resources

McElligotts Tasmania has had the pleasure of working with Grange Resources to provide refurbishment services for their tanks and conveyors. These large pieces of mining equipment are essential to the continual operation of the mines run by Grange Resources, so our maintenance work specifically contributes to the success of these large operations. Grange Resources operates
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Albert Street Spire Repairs

Albert Street Spire

McElligotts have recently been awarded the refurbishment on the large landmark artwork, steel yellow spire that stands above the Albert Street rail underpass in Brisbane’s CBD. This project involves our team high-pressure washing and applying a three-coat protective coating system to the structure so it will be better protected against the harsh Brisbane climate. The
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Ampol Tanks

Ampol Refinery Tanks

McElligotts has an ongoing relationship with Ampol in both Queensland and New South Wales, helping them clean and reline their refinery tanks. Our team has been providing these services for a number of years. Our job involves confined space entry preparation through abrasive blasting and coating refurbishment of the internal lining. Having a sound liner
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