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Teretek® Helps to Remediate Lake Burley Griffin Foreshore Wall
Situated in the heart of the National Triangle in Canberra, Lake Burley Griffin Download the PDF file . is a large artificial lake that occupies the flood plain of the Molonglo River.
Terefirm® Resin Injection Used to Increase Liquefaction Resistance at O’Connells Shopping Complex
O’Connells, a large retail, dining and office complex in Queenstown, New Zealand, was undergoing a multi-million dollar redevelopment to revitalise the entire site, including a new external façade and internal layout modifications.
Large Methanol Tank Re-Levelled Using JOG Computer-Controlled Grouting
Methanex is the world’s largest producer and supplier of methanol, a highly volatile and flammable liquid chemical that is used widely for a variety of industrial purposes.
Grout Injections Improve Earthquake Resilience For Christchurch Apartment Building
After purchasing an iconic eight-storey residential apartment building in Christchurch, new owners KCRB Ltd undertook seismic strengthening through ground remediation works.
Teretek® Stabilises Structural Footings Supporting Murray Irrigation Canal Regulators
Murray Irrigation delivers water, sourced from the Hume Dam, to over 2,000 properties across the NSW Riverina region. The Mulwala Canal forms the backbone of the Murray Irrigation delivery system, controlling the flow of local river and creek systems. The Mulwala Canal is 2,880 kilometres long and is the largest private irrigation canal in the
Teretek® Remediates Sydney Harbour Seawall
An 18.5m long historic sandstone seawall protecting a waterfront apartment on Sydney Harbour had started to deteriorate. The seawall is situated on one of Australia’s busiest waterways, opposite the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, and is subjected to continuous water movement from all types of ocean vessels including ferries, ocean liners, boats and leisure
Bespoke Culvert Relining Delivers Engineered Solution for Major Infrastructure Project
The city of Toowoomba in Queensland is situated on a plateau on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, overlooking the Lockyer Valley. The Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (also known as Toowoomba Bypass) is a 41km long dual carriageway bypass and partial ring road constructed to the north and west of the city.
Kaimai Tunnel Rail Slab Re-levelled and Bonded
The Kaimai Tunnel is New Zealand’s longest railway tunnel. The single rail tunnel runs through the North Island’s Kaimai Range and plays an important role as the only rail link from New Zealand’s busiest port, the Port of Tauranga.
New Terefirm® Resin Injection Delivers Seismic Strengthening Solution for Fully Operational Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Seaview Wastewater Treatment Plant is located in New Zealand’s North Island near an active seismic fault. The facility treats up to 53 million litres of water daily, servicing around 146,000 residents in Upper Hutt and Lower Hutt as well as a large number of local industries.
Bespoke Teretek® Solution Stabilises Prestigious Federation Mall Bridges at Australia’s Parliament House
During a routine bridge inspection, engineers from the Australian Government’s National Capital Authority (NCA) infrastructure consultants, Forcecor, identified ground settlement issues beneath the bridge approach slabs and adjacent roadways on Federation Mall that lead to the iconic Parliament House, Canberra.
JOG Corrects Slab Dishing in Large Transport Yard
South East Queensland Hauliers (SEQH) is a full-service wharf logistics business that receives and delivers shipping containers on behalf of freight forwarders and customs brokers.
Mainmark Overcomes Site Challenges with Innovative Raft Slab
When Offset Developments, a residential building company began construction on a four-unit complex in Christchurch, it encountered a significant challenge when it came to laying the foundations.
Ground Strengthened and Building Re-Levelled at Large Shopping Centre
Northwood Supa Centa is a large 33,283m2 shopping centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, that is home to a number of ‘big brand’ retailers. The centre experienced liquefaction induced ground deformations following the 2010 and 2011 Christchurch seismic sequence. The site required extensive remediation work to bring the building back to 100% NBS (New Building Standard).
Lift Shafts Stabilised For Disabled Access To Museum Station
The Museum Station Easy Access Upgrade Project involved improving disabled access to Museum Station, located on Sydney’s City Circle train line in the CBD. The project included three new lifts; one of which would connect the entry of the station to the underground concourse and two would connect the underground concourse to the platforms.
Mainmark Fills Damaged Culvert At Brisbane Airport
The repair project was completed in two stages and appropriately adhered to the site’s safety standards. The site’s operational requirements dictated a project schedule of three, two-day shutdown periods.
Cracks Closed In Elwood Apartments
The directors of a heritage apartment building in Elwood, Victoria were faced with a challenge: many cracks had developed gradually over the building’s life, which were aesthetically unappealing and in need of costly, cyclic repair.
Collapsed Mine Shaft Stabilised with Terefil®
In an Australian-first, Mainmark completed a technically and physically challenging derelict mine shaft rehabilitation project using a combination of bespoke cementitious grout and innovative placement techniques.
Rockhampton Manholes Rehabilitated
Mainmark’s innovative spray-on corrosion protection system, ENCAP6, has provided viable, lasting and cost-effective rehabilitation of more than 150 concrete manholes and access chambers as part of the North Rockhampton Flood Mitigation Project.
Art Gallery Re-supported and Re-levelled
The world-class, modern Christchurch Art Gallery was badly shaken by the earthquakes that hit New Zealand’s South Island in 2010 and 2011.
Dalby Church Repaired After Queensland Floods
Mainmark was appointed to address large visible cracks which began to appear inside Dalby’s heritage St John’s Anglican Church following the 2011 Queensland floods, despite no water having entered the building.