Splityard Creek Dam

Wivenhoe Power Station

Located in South East Queensland, about 80km from Brisbane, the Wivenhoe Dam is the region’s largest water storage and is the main water supply for Brisbane and greater Ipswich. Wivenhoe was first built in 1984, designed by the Water Resources Commission as a solution for providing a safe and reliable water supply for the region
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Flinders Street Station Upgrade

Flinders Street Station: Melbourne CBD

McElligotts have been engaged by the Victorian Government to complete remedial works on the iconic Flinders Street Metro Station. The station is a vital heritage listed piece of Melbourne infrastructure that spans over 270m and carries 4 different rail lines. Situated on the corner of the busy Flinders and Swanston Streets in Melbourne CBD, the
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Point Lonsdale Lighthouse Restoration

Port Lonsdale Lighthouse

McElligotts were recently engaged by the Victorian Ports Corporation Melbourne (VPCM) to undertake remedial works on the heritage listed Point Lonsdale Lighthouse. The Point Lonsdale Lighthouse is located in Point Lonsdale, Victoria and is operated by the Victorian Channels Authority. The Lighthouse stands on the eastern end of the Bellarine Peninsula, on the western side
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Port Alma Remediation

Port Alma

McElligotts was recently engaged by one of our long-term Queensland clients to assist in the remediation of the berth deck and underside of Port Alma. Port Alma is situated on the southern end of the Fitzroy River delta and is the major deep sea port for the city of Rockhampton. The Port is managed by
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Cattle Hill Wind Farm

Cattle Hill Wind Farm

Last year, in 2019, the McElligotts Tasmanian team were involved in a large wind turbine project for the new Cattle Hill Wind Farm in partnership with Haywards. Cattle Hill Wind Farm is Tasmania’s third wind farm (with their fourth currently close to completion) and is located on the shores of Lake Echo in the Central
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Bridge of Remembrance

Bridge of Remembrance

McElligotts’s Tasmanian team were proud to have the opportunity to work on a key piece of infrastructure in Hobart, the Bridge of Remembrance. The bridge is a new pedestrian bridge that opened to the public on March 31 2019, just in time for ANZAC Day. The Bridge of Remembrance is named so because it links
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Wantirna Sewer Shaft

Wantirna Sewer Shaft

McElligotts was engaged by Melbourne Water to rehabilitate the Wantirna Sewer Shaft in March, 2017. The scope of work included the rehabilitation of a 65m deep and 12m diameter sewer shaft. At McElligotts, the safety of our staff and clients is our top priority, so It was especially important for us to maintain a safe
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Concrete Repairs

BMA Coal Terminal

BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) sought out McElligotts to perform repairs to concrete kentledge beams on berth two at the BMA Hay Point Coal Loading Facility in North Queensland. The BMA Hay Point Coal Loading Facility is an important asset of Queensland Coal, and is a central loading point for the seven mines that BMA operate
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Wayatinah Penstocks

Wayatinah Penstocks

In 2016, McElligotts was contracted by Hydro Tasmania to remediate the Wayatinah Penstocks in Wayatinah, Tasmania. An important part of Tasmania’s power systems, the Wayatinah Penstocks are a group of three steel penstocks that run 220m into 3 spiral castings, powering the hydroelectric run of the river Wayatinah Power Station. To begin the project, McElligott’s
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Ryde Bridge

Ryde Bridge

In February 2017, McElligotts was contracted by Duratc on behalf of Maritime Services to complete the rehab and painting of the Ryde Bridge, a steel bridge structure with two truss spans, a central lift span and approach spans. The Ryde Bridge is located just west of the Sydney CBD and connects Ryde in North Sydney
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