Scarborough Foreshore Redevelopment
Expansion Joint Sealing And Concrete Patch Repairs
The Scarborough Foreshore Redevelopment project was part of AUD$100 million redevelopment plan for the suburb of Scarborough. Funded by the state government and the City of Stirling, the revitalisation project is set to transform the Scarborough Beach foreshore into one of the country’s premier beachfronts and tourist hotspots. Georgiou Group, appointed head contractor for the project by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, engaged BUSS to complete expansion joint sealant works and remedial concrete panel repairs.
Due to the size and nature of the development, the installation of the polyurethane sealant to the expansion joints was complex; involving various colour selections, alternate shape types, challenging angles and diverse lines. BUSS’ work scope also comprised of sealant to the concrete footpaths throughout the development area, remedial works to the concrete panels and concrete patching/repairs to the Scarborough Surf Club building.
The redevelopment area of the Scarborough beach front, deemed a public space, had to remain open to the public during the works, therefore day to day construction works were scheduled with flexibility thus ensuring public access to this area.
- Sikaflex Pro
- Renderoc HB
- Renderoc FC
- Thioflex 2000
- 30,000 lineal metres of sealant works completed
- Works completed with intense precision ensuring high quality workmanship
- Works were carried out in harmonisation with other contractors on site
- The project won industry acclaim at the 2018 WA Urban Development Institute of Australia awards for the best Government and Public Use Project
1 Reserve Street, Scarborough, WA
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