- Bridge abutment stabilisation at Deebing Creek Bridge Works
- RIPLEY QLD 4306, for Ipswich Shire Council
- 1656 square metres
- 46 x 15m rolls of Concrete Erosion Mat (uncracked)
- 20 tonne excavator
- 1 operator and 2 labourers
- Client request – Uncracked concrete over Geogrid, makes rolls less flexible, less vegetation growth through the mat and heavier to handle.
OUR REF: 0122
Contractors, Davbridge Construction installed the flexible concrete erosion mats for Ipswich Shire Council on the new Deebing Creek Bridge project at Ripley QLD. The bridge abutments were lined with concrete erosion mats to stabilise the slopes and control erosion and runoff.
- An excavator with bucket was used to dig and shape the slopes and prepare abutments
- Concrete Erosion mats were lifted from truck into position on the worksite.
- An excavator bucket was used to unroll mats onto the slope
- The mats top edge was secured into a shallow trench. The edges were joined using geogrid joining mat, secured with Ubar anchors to hold into position
RESULTS & BENEFITS:
- Safe and hard surface created from mat enabled access over sand and into water for vehicles
- Very efficient solution with little to no ongoing maintenance.
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT:
- One excavator to offload the delivery truck and place mats onto site.
- Fast and efficient installation.Two labourers on the ground to assist unstrapping, positioning, spreading soil over mats, and preparation of the site for public access use after mat was laid into place.
- Minimal installation time for preparation, laying and covering the mat into place.
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