Mainmark are involved in projects in many countries around the world, below are some we are particularly proud of:
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.
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.
Following the removal of a temporary dredge pipeline that was installed in a concrete enveloper culvert beneath an operational runway, a dilapidation site inspection revealed damage to the enveloper pipe. Mainmark was contracted to complete permanent abandonment works of the 280 metre concrete enveloper culvert.
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.
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.
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.
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