LR Pardo & Associates has worked on a variety of projects all over Australia that cover a number of disciplines and skills. Our flagship projects include:
The supervision of the remediation of the former Pivot Fertilizer factory in Yarraville, Victoria;
The supervision of no. 200 bored pile excavations at the Macathur Wind Farm‘s Substation. To date this is the largest wind farm project in the southern hemisphere;
The geotechnical investigation for a new 50m long pedestrian bridge over the Wimmera River in Horsham, Victoria;
The design and construction supervision of the temporary retention system for a 6m deep cut and cover tunnel at the new T4 Terminal and multi-story car park at Melbourne Airport, Victoria. Some of the retention systems installed included; fibrecrete, geotextiles, LVL soldier walls, soil nails, soil anchors and rock anchors. These systems were required due to the close proximity of underground services;
Geotechnical recommendations for the compaction of deep fills at the Western Highway Realignment, Anthony’s Cutting, Victoria.
TPCQA of landfill cell capping and ‘piggy back’ (combined landfill cell cap and base liner) liner construction, Anglesea, Victoria.