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McFadyen Pipeline Constructions worked alongside Butler Partners in sorting contaminated soil and installing pipelines and roadways.
An exterior view of the Greensquare builing and asphalt, car, construction, construction equipment, mode of transport, motor vehicle, transport, vehicle, gray
An exterior view of the Greensquare builing and surronding landscape. Mcfayden Pipeline construction were responsible for excavation of contaminated soil and instalationn of the pipes and drainage system

When viewing a new building, not many people consider what goes on under the ground. McFadyen Pipeline Constructions were employed to install underground pipeline services for storm water, sewers, and electrical and water mains, prior to constructing all the internal roadwork and pavements for Green Square.

The company worked alongside Butler Partners in removing and replacing contaminated soil. It also made sure that all excess storm water run-off was monitored and treated before exiting the site.

"During earthworks and drainage installation, contaminated material was taken to accredited recycling facilities, and replaced with clean, approved, imported backfill material," says managing director Ronald McFadyen.


An exterior view of the Greensquare builing and asphalt, car, construction, construction equipment, mode of transport, motor vehicle, transport, vehicle, gray
An exterior view of the Greensquare builing and surronding landscape. Mcfayden Pipeline construction were responsible for excavation of contaminated soil and instalationn of the pipes and drainage system

Because of time constraints in the construction process, many contractors of different disciplines were on site together. McFadyen says space was tight.

"A lot of co-ordination and planning was necessary between the different parties the on-site engineers, electrical services, concreters and delivery people to make sure all aspects of the construction were completed in time. It was a team effort," he says.

Due to these space issues, and in order to obtain uninterrupted reign of the work site, staff at McFadyen Pipeline Constructions often opted to work public holidays and weekends.

An exterior view of the Greensquare builing and asphalt, car, construction, construction equipment, mode of transport, motor vehicle, transport, vehicle, gray
An exterior view of the Greensquare builing and surronding landscape. Mcfayden Pipeline construction were responsible for excavation of contaminated soil and instalationn of the pipes and drainage system

For more information, contact McFadyen Pipeline Constructions, 26 Elderslie Rd, Yatala, Queensland 4207, phone (07) 3382 6120, fax (07) 3382 6180, mobile 0418 759 771. Email: ron@mpcq.com.au.

Sep 18, 2007
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