Our capacity to manufacture precast components either in our own yard or onsite, including bridge deck units, pre cast piles, and monolithic manhole units help us provide rapid, cost-effective solutions for our clients.

Projects using Precast and Insitu Concrete Works

Voelas Rd Inlet

Hunter Civil undertook the upgrade of an old brick barrel inlet structure in Lyttleton. The project invloved delicate excavation around the existing brick barrel, complex formwork to achieve the curved shape for the new inlet, and management of flow into the existing inlet.

The project was completed in 4 weeks, exactly on time and within the client's budget.

Darfield Skatepark Completed Work

SDC Skate Park Upgrades

Hunter Civil constructed extensions to the Leeston and Darfield skateparks for the Selwyn District Council at the request of the community. Both skate parks included a significant amount of flat areas, and several features including quarter pipes, wedges, hubbas and skateable seats. The project was carried out by an experienced crew in 8 weeks. It was delivered on time, budget and exceeded the client's expectations.

Radcliffe Culvert Extension

 
This project involved the extension of the existing historical culvert while working around live traffic and preserving a historical arch. One of the biggest challenges to this was carrying out work with heavy plant, while maintaining a live road as this was the only heavy haulage route in and out of Lyttleton.
 

Moore St Pump Station

A new wastewater pump station was constructed in Kaiapoi. The project involved a 5.8m deep, 2.5m wetwell construction in a high water table environment within the Kaiapoi Red Zone. The construction method included an 8m deep sheetpiled cofferdam, wellpoint dewatering, PE pipe welding laying. All of this was done while working around existing services.
 
Moorehouse Bridge Abutment Wingwall

Moorehouse Overbridge Strengthening and Repairs

Hunter Civil was subcontracted by Downer to undertake this vital SCIRT project in 2015. The project involved pouring over 200 tonnes of concrete, fixing over 35 tons of reinforcement, and the use of a wide range of skills and techniques to pour self leveling concrete overhead and in difficult access areas under the bridge.

 

Projects using Precast and Insitu Concrete Works

Voelas Rd Inlet

Hunter Civil undertook the upgrade of an old brick barrel inlet structure in Lyttleton. The project invloved delicate excavation around the existing brick barrel, complex formwork to achieve the curved shape for the new inlet, and management of flow into the existing inlet.

The project was completed in 4 weeks, exactly on time and within the client's budget.

Darfield Skatepark Completed Work

SDC Skate Park Upgrades

Hunter Civil constructed extensions to the Leeston and Darfield skateparks for the Selwyn District Council at the request of the community. Both skate parks included a significant amount of flat areas, and several features including quarter pipes, wedges, hubbas and skateable seats. The project was carried out by an experienced crew in 8 weeks. It was delivered on time, budget and exceeded the client's expectations.

Radcliffe Culvert Extension

 
This project involved the extension of the existing historical culvert while working around live traffic and preserving a historical arch. One of the biggest challenges to this was carrying out work with heavy plant, while maintaining a live road as this was the only heavy haulage route in and out of Lyttleton.
 

Moore St Pump Station

A new wastewater pump station was constructed in Kaiapoi. The project involved a 5.8m deep, 2.5m wetwell construction in a high water table environment within the Kaiapoi Red Zone. The construction method included an 8m deep sheetpiled cofferdam, wellpoint dewatering, PE pipe welding laying. All of this was done while working around existing services.
 
Moorehouse Bridge Abutment Wingwall

Moorehouse Overbridge Strengthening and Repairs

Hunter Civil was subcontracted by Downer to undertake this vital SCIRT project in 2015. The project involved pouring over 200 tonnes of concrete, fixing over 35 tons of reinforcement, and the use of a wide range of skills and techniques to pour self leveling concrete overhead and in difficult access areas under the bridge.

 

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