Cherrie Civil Engineering have been by Multiplex complete civil works at the technical equipment rooms for the Western Sydney Airport, enabling the building and construction trades with all weather access, temporary works and site facilities.
As an extension to Cherrie Civil Engineering existing works at Western Sydney Airport for Multiplex Construction, Cherrie Civil has been engaged to complete the bulk earthworks and civil stormwater for the ‘Fuel Farm’ – fuel storage and ancillary service buildings.
Cherrie Civil Engineering have been engaged by Multiplex to complete all civil works associated with the construction of the Western Sydney International Airport. Cherrie Civil is working in unison with Multiplex and other trades to deliver both the permanent and temporary civil works to enable future trades to mobilise
Bulk filling and excavation to facilitate construction of foundation piles and retaining structures, this includes the modification of batters, bulk haulage of materials and placement and compaction of fill to geotechnical specifications.
Cherrie Civil Engineering were engaged by Roberts Co to complete the civil earthworks, CFA piling, handling and disposal of contaminated fills, D&C sheet pile shoring, OSD tank installation and FRP of footings.
Cherrie Civil Engineering were engaged by Mirvac Constructions to provide a design and construct solution for the remediation, bulk earthworks and foundation construction of the Waverley Bowling Club.
Lane Cove West business park involved the bulk excavation of an existing sloping site adjacent the Lane Cove River. The project included bulk excavation, stormwater installation and construction of retaining walls
Cherrie Civil Engineering have been engaged for the third time with CPB contractors at the Nepean Hospital to complete the final stage of civil works at Nepean Public Hospital.
Therry Road intersection is the third addition of works for Cherrie Civil under the larger Campbelltown Hospital Development Project.
Lowering of Hospital Road to facilitate access to the new Randwick IASB development. The project included a complex sequencing of diverting, replacing and amplifying existing live hospital and public service infrastructure whilst maintaining critical services to a functioning hospital.