Amharc has earned an enviable reputation for structural concreting excellence on the back the delivery of numerous high quality projects. Our customer-focused approach is fundamental to our success on the following projects:

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Amharc’s project management and field staff have been involved with the delivery of a number of highly successful civil infrastructure projects including;


Burnett River Bridge, QLD

In August 2016, Amharc Pty Ltd was awarded the structures package for the Burnett River Bridge Replacement project on the Monto-Mt Perry Road near Monto, Queensland. The package was awarded by the principal contractor, Doval Constructions. This project is due to commence in late September or early October and will include the construction of a 5 span bridge over the Burnett River and numerous culverts. Expected project duration is 4 months.


Oxley Sewage Treatment Plant Stage 1-4, Oxley, QLD

Initially engaged on a lump sum contract to construct 4 new concrete baffle walls, Amharc successfully secured additional works on the project following the successful execution of the originally contracted works. These additional works included concrete skylight, stopboard and weir FRP infills and construction of a new flowmeter pit. Amharc also provided labour hire services on Oxley STP providing pipelayers, labourers, formworkers, steelfixers and concreters. During their time on site Amharc personnel showed a continued commitment to improving safety and carried out their works to a high standard of quality evidenced by the fact that no NCR’s were issued throughout our 9 months on site.


Warrego Highway Upgrade, Charlton, QLD

Amharc was contracted by Georgiou Group to deliver a two span bridge across the Warrego Highway at Kingsthorpe along with baseslabs, apron slabs and headwalls/wingwalls for 54 culverts and gas protection works for an existing gas main running through the site. These works were carried out to a strict programme to enable the clients traffic switches to happen as planned. The project commenced in April 2017 and was completed within 10 months having a peak workforce of 18 men.


Adshel Bus Stop Accessibility Improvement Works

Amharc were contracted by Epoca to carry out works to 50 bus stops throughout the Ipswich region. Work involved dismantling existing bus stop shelters, breaking out concrete footpaths and replacing with new footpaths prior to erecting the bus shelters. While appearing straight forward on the surface, the project presented more than its fair share of challenges, including general public interaction, services not shown on drawings, very fine tolerances in terms of allowable slopes across slabs, variations to the drawings including slabs 4 times thicker than expected.


Burpengary Aged Care Facility – Early Works

Amharc carried out of the construction of approximately 250m of core filled block retaining walls and footings as well as 105m of pile capping beam. Amharc Pty Ltd was awarded the contract from McIlwains Civil Engineering and carried out the works to a tight programme. Based on a strong performance on this project, Amharc were subsequently awarded another contract from MCE to carry out the construction of the retaining walls on the Kenmore Baptist Church project at Seventeen Mile Rocks.


Health City Stage 3

Amharc were engaged by BMD to construct numerous large reinforced concrete stormwater pits. Construction was required to adhere to a strict programme and Amharc delivered the package on time in close collaboration with the BMD project team.


Kenmore Baptist Church

Amharc carried out of the construction of all core filled block retaining walls and footings site wide which included two bio retention basins, concrete crossovers, stormwater pits and footings for a pedestrian footbridge. Amharc Pty Ltd was awarded the contract from McIlwains Civil Engineering based on a strong performance on a previous similar project carried out for MCE at an Aged Care facility in Burpengary, QLD. The project was completed over a period of 4 months.


Health City Stage 5-9

On the back of the successful delivery of the Health City Stage 3 package for BMD, Amharc were re-engaged to construct 6 more reinforced concrete stormwater pits for a 1800mm diameter drainage line. Again, the works were on the critical path and many obstacles had to be overcome to achieve this, most notably adverse weather conditions.


Kawana Treatment Plant

Monadelphous engaged Amharc to supply men to construct the new MBBR tank, PST inlet works and some other smaller structures within the existing Kawana Treatment Plant. The brownfield project commenced in September 2017 and is due for completion in mid 2018. Peak workforce on the project was 16 men.


Canberra Light Rail

Canberra Metro (a John Holland and CPB Joint Venture) engaged Amharc to supply grouters to supplement their rail installation crew on site. The crew was responsible for installing and grouting the new rails into recesses cast into the slip formed pavement for the new tramway within the Canberra urban area.


Logan Enhancement Project

Amharc were engaged by CPB to construct 2 no. new overpasses in 3 stages and 2 no. 8 span bridge widenings. This work formed the scope of BR03 and BR04 on the Logan Enhancement Project, a $512m upgrade of the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension Motorway for Transurban Queensland. The project commenced in November 2017 with an expected duration of 12 months. Peak workforce on site is expected to be 20.

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