Project details

// Client -
KiwiRail
// Location -
Dunedin
// Size -
67,658 m2
// Services -
// Construction Monitoring
// Environmental Engineering

Our environmental team provided contaminated land management and earthwork support on one of the biggest demolition projects in the country. Our scope of work includes investigation, compliance and construction monitoring services for the demolition and redevelopment of KiwiRail’s workshop site at Hillside Road, Dunedin.

The significant redevelopment of this historic industrial site involved multiple unexpected discoveries during groundworks, each requiring immediate and practical responses to avoid impact on the project budgets and program. Through working closely with the main contractor, design consultants, and stakeholders, we were able to successfully demonstrate practical engineering site-based solutions, ensuring cost-effective handling and management of contaminated materials.

From the management of remedial works, to on-site encapsulation design and development of demolition and earthwork methodologies, our environmental team demonstrated proven experience with industrial site redevelopment works and complex site management.

We’re proud to work with KiwiRail on this nationally significant demolition project, and to continue to see its ongoing progress.

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