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Three Villages Project – Staff Wanted !

Ledonne Constructions are now seeking additional resources to work on the Three Villages Project.

Positions we are looking for include Project Engineer, Foreman, Plant Operators and Truck Drivers, you will be based on the mid-north coast, the project is expected to be complete by mid-2020.

If you are interested in any of the above roles and would like to apply, please either email resumes to Shaun – shaun@ledonne.com.au or call Shaun on 0423022991

 

See below for further information regarding each of the roles:

 

Project Engineer – as a Project Engineer working on this project you will be responsible for:

  • Manage project activities and work scope
  • Lead the project team with technical advice on contractual matters
  • Drive the project so that is delivered in scope of contractual constraints – Budget, Time, Environmental, quality and safety
  • Supervise site Engineers and workforce

The requirement for the Project Engineer are:

  • Degree qualified as a Civil Engineer, Construction Management, or equivalent
  • 3+ years experience in civil infrastructure construction working as a Project Engineer
  • Experience working within water, sewer or pipeline construction projects is highly desired
  • Effective communications skills and sub-contractor management
  • Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office applications

 

Foreman - specialising in bulk earthworks, pipeline construction and Sewage Treatment Plant construction

Plant Operators -excavator, roller, bobcat etc

Truck Drivers - MR, MC, HR, HC

 

 

 

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Ledonne Constructions Awarded the Three Villages Project – Port Macquarie !!

Following Port Macquarie Hastings Council (PHMC) monthly meeting 15/8/2018, Council have recommended Ledonne Constructions Pty Ltd as the contractor for the $23M dollar Three Villages Project! Official Letter of Award is anticipated to be received in the next few days.

http://portmacquarie.infocouncil.biz/Open/2018/08/OC_15082018_MIN.PDF

The project involves the design, supply and installation of a package STP, Pump Stations, Rising Mains and Associated Works for the towns of Long Flat, Comboyne and Telegraph Point. Construction is expected to commence in the near future and the project is scheduled to complete in 2020.

 

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Remediation of Redundant STPs

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Remediation of Redundant STP’s at Maclean, Townsend & Ilarwill
Client Clarence Valley Council/ Public Works
Contract (52 weeks)
  • Remediation of 3 redundant Sewage Treatment Plants located at Maclean, Townsend and Ilarwill sites.
  • Engage environmental consultants to perform site investigations, testing and develop Remedial Action Plans for each site.

 

Value $ 2.4 M
Scope The project involves demolition and remediation for future land-use of 3 redundant STP’s located at Maclean, Townsend and Ilarwill.The scope of work include: 

  • Performing detailed site investigations, testing and developing RAP and REF for the three sites.
    • Removal of approx. 700 tonnes of Contaminated Material at Townsend site to Waste Disposal Facility.
    • Excavation/Removal of Biosolids from redundant STP ponds & Importing ENM to fill ponds at all three sites.
    • Demolition and disposal of redundant concrete structures
    • Engaging EPA accredited Site Auditor to validate the remediation process at each site per EPA guidelines

 

Project Status On-going

 

 

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Additional Crossing – Clarence River – Utilities

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Additional Crossing of the Clarence River at Grafton – Utilities
Client Fulton Hogan
Contract (52 weeks)
  • Water and Sewer relocations for the construction of the Additional Crossing of the Clarence River at Grafton (ACCRG) and associated roadworks.

 

Value $ 1.8M
Scope The ACCRG – Utilities Project involves the supply and install of 14 x Water Mains, 5 x Gravity Sewer Mains and 1 x Sewer Rising Main replacing existing infrastructure and enabling the construction of a new bridge and surrounding road network in Grafton, NSW.

The scope of work includes:

  • Supply and Install of approx. 150m of DN500 DICL Trunk Water Main, including scour valve, thrust blocks, and welded Mild Steel Sintakote Section.
  • Construction of approx. 630m of DN300 PVC Water Main, including road crossings, air valves, sluice valves, hydrants and pits along busy road traffic and pedestrian areas in Pound St and Clarence St, Grafton.
  • Construction of approx. 80m of DN375 PVC Sewer Rising Main across Pacific Highway in South Grafton, including 55m of OD 610 MS encasement pipe installed by thrust bore.
  • Supply and Install of approx. 140m of OD125 PE including 40m of OD225 PPE using HDD trenchless methods under Pacific Highway, South Grafton.
  • Construction of approx. 350m of DN150 & DN225 PVC Gravity Sewer Main, including maintenance holes and MS encasement pipes for road crossings.

 

 

 

Project Status On-Going. 90 Percent Complete

 

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Rosedale Guerilla Bay Pressure Sewerage System

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Rosedale & Guerilla Bay Pressure Sewerage System
Client Eurobodalla Shire Council
Contract (76 weeks)
  • Installation of sewerage infrastructure for Guerilla Bay township
  • Installation of sewerage infrastructure for Rosedale township
  • Construction of a Pressure Sewer Rising Main to Tomakin STP
Value $ 6.02 M
Scope The Rosedale / Guerilla Bay Pressure Sewer System project involves the installation of pressure sewer mains and pressure sewer units on each property of the two coastal townships.

The scope of work includes:

 

  • The sewerage infrastructure for Guerilla Bay and Rosedale included the installation of Pressure Sewer mains starting from the ends of the townships and included several sub-branch mains.

 

  • The Guerilla Bay pressure mains progressively increased in size and delivered the collection via a rising main into the Tomakin STP.  The Rosedale pressure mains delivered the collection into the Rosedale SPS, which is then pumped to the Tomakin sewerage reticulation system.

 

  • The majority of the pressure sewer mains were installed by horizontal directional drilling with open excavated connections at each property.  All properties with dwellings along the route of the mains has been serviced with an NOV Mono brand Sewer Pump Unit to deliver a reticulated sewer system to the community. A total of 322 single 900L sewer Pump Units systems & 4 dual 2200L sewer Pump Units systems were commissioned, complete with Pump Control Panels servicing 326 developed properties.

 

Project Status Completed

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Diggers Beach Reserve Upgrade

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Diggers Beach Reserve Upgrade – SPS, Ablutions & Storage building
Client Coffs Harbour City Council
Contract (26 weeks)
  • Construction of  Sewage pumping station and sewer rising main
  • Construction of new Ablutions and storage building
  • Decommissioning and demolition of the old ablutions block

 

Value $ 0.700 M
Scope The Diggers Beach Reserve Upgrade project involved the construction of a new ablutions building including a storage section, a sewer pumping station and sewer rising main to existing sewerage reticulation system, and decommissioning & demolition of the old ablutions building.The scope of work included:

  • Construction of architecturally designed ablutions building with attached storage area for life saving water craft.
  • Construction of a compact sewage pumping station and 180m long DN63 Polyethylene Sewer rising main in an existing manhole in the gravity reticulation system.
  • Demolition of the old redundant ablutions block on opposite side of beach entrance road.

 

Project Status Completed

 

 

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Point Plomer Campground Upgrade

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Point Plomer Campground Upgrade – Sewerage System
Client NSW Office of Heritage & Environment
Contract (18 weeks)
Value $ 0.6 M
Project Description /Scope
  • Decommission existing sewerage system
  • Construction of cast in-situ septic tank and connection to new Ecomax sewage treatment system
  • Installation of Dump point pump-out system and upgrade ablutions  drainage system

 

Project Status Completed

 

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North Ocean Shores Fire Main

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North Ocean Shores Firemain

Client: Byron Shire Council

 

Contract: 40 weeks

Value: $2.5 million

Project Description: Construction of approximately 4km of new DN250 PN16 PVC-m pressure mains together with the construction of new 2km cycleway. The project required the installation of a new DN250 watermain to supplement the existing supply between Ocean Shores and South Golden Beach. Two rail crossings and Brunswick Valley Way were thrust bored together with direction drilling of watercourses and driveways and open trenching including a creek crossing. The pipeline was constructed in difficult ground conditions generally involving ground water and through highly sensitive areas within Marshalls Creek Nature Reserve. The design as proposed required significant re-working with Ledonne Constructions taking a lead role in the re-design to ensure the continuance of construction whilst providing a more functional and long term solution for the supply. A 2km asphalt cycleway was also constructed to connect the town ships of Billinudgel and South Golden Beach.

 

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SPS5012 Upgrade – Terrara Court Ocean Shores

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SPS5012 Upgrade- Terrara Court, Ocean Shores

Client: Byron Shire Council

 

Contract: 40 weeks

Value: $1.5 million

Project Description: Construction of a new 120m3 pump station including odour control, high voltage power supply and sub-station. The approx. 4m wide x 10m deep reinforced concrete pump station was constructed adjacent to Marshalls Creek watercourse using a caisson methodology in varying ground conditions across the wet well.

 

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Orara River Crossing

Orara River Crossing

Orara River Crossing

Client: Clarence Valley Shire Council

 

Contract: 20 weeks

Value: $1.0 million

Porject Description: Demolition and the construction of new twin water supply mains to Grafton, Yamba and Iluka. The new river crossing involved the demolition of the existing timber bridge and degraded water main and the installation of new 525mm and 600mm sintakote pipelines. Existing timber piles were utilised and new pile caps , columns, head stocks and debris beam built through the watercourse.

 

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