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Precast

Georgiou Precast is experienced in delivering a wide range of complex projects servicing both Georgiou's in-house requirements as well as many large and reputable external clients. 

Georgiou's service offering includes:

  • Bridge beam solutions
  • Column and beam structures
  • Carpark solutions
  • Precast housing options
  • Modular solutions.

Over the years, the product range has expanded from drainage and land division products to Tee-Roff beams, heavy civils and multi-storey building facade. Georgiou is now vying to become the biggest producer of bridge beams in Western Australia.

Through expansion into the East Coast and progress into the manufacture of products for the oil and gas industry, Georgiou Precast has developed and proven its skill base and expanded its project repertoire. The management of the company are firmly committed to quality control procedures in accordance with standards AS/NZS ISO 9001.

Northlink Stage 1

CLIENT:  JOHN HOLLAND
LOCATION:  MORLEY, WA
DURATION:  SEPT 2016 - EARLY 2017
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

Georgiou was awarded every significant precast contract on Northlink Stage 1. The project involved the manufacture and supply of Tee-Roff bridge beams, trapezoidal underpasses, noise and retaining walls, headwalls and various other precast elements.

Of the 58 Tee-Roff beams, six were produced out of Georgiou's Hazelmere facility every week. The beams ranged in size from 90 to 160 tonnes. Georgiou invested heavily in Isoloader craneage, steam curing, hydraulic stressing, single case reinforcement jigs, spreader beams and strand jacking systems for the project.

The noise wall panels were produced at a rate of 20-30 per day (300m2/day) with many having artwork. The panels were delivering using a Prefamax toaster rack delivery system to improve safety and result in time savings to the Client.

 

Russell Road Bridge Beams

CLIENT:  PUBLIC TRANSPORT AUTHORITY
LOCATION:  AUBIN GROVE, WA
DURATION:  MAR 2016 - JUN 2016
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

Georgiou has recently delivered eight, 41-metre Tee-Roff bridge beams and MSE panels for the Russell Road Upgrade Project in Perth's south.

Manufactured in 10 weeks, the team utilised their in-ground stressing bed (80m x 6.25m x 2.5x) which can produce beams in excess of 300 tonnes and up to 66m in length, if required.

Each tee-roff beam weight 191 tonnes each and the project saw 55 personnel at peak.

Reid Highway Beams

CLIENT:  MAIN ROADS WA
LOCATION:  MALAGA, WA
DURATION:  JUL 2015 - JAN 2016
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

Georgiou has delivered the manufacture of 16 Tee-Roff bridge beams spanning 48m and weighing up to 185 tonnes.

The bridge beams were placed on the Reid Highway and Malaga Drive intersection and will assist in significantly improving the safety and traffic flow along Reid Highway in Balcatta, Carine and Malaga.

At the time, the 48m beams are the longest in-situ beams to be manufactured in Western Australia. Georgiou also delivered the MSE panels for the project.

Georgiou Precast Facility facade

CLIENT:  GEORGIOU CAPITAL
LOCATION:  HAZELMERE, WA
DURATION:  FEB 2016 - MAR 2016
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

In 2016, Georgiou delivered 20 precast architectural panels for Georgiou Capital Pty Ltd for their new Precast facility in Hazelmere, WA.

Inspired by the black cockatoo - an endangered local bird - the panels each weighed six tonnes and were 6m in length.

Taking four weeks to manufacture, they are the first thing new visitors see when entering the facility and the first architectural panels manufactured by Georgiou.

Wheatstone LNG Project

CLIENT:  THIESS
LOCATION:  MALAGA, WA
DURATION:  MAR 2013 - JUL 2013
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

The Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG Project is one of Australia's largest resources projects. 

In March 2013, Georgiou provided 400 jacking pipe segments to Thiess for construction of the 1.2km microtunnel at the Wheatstone Project.

The majority of the work was undertaken on Georgiou's premises and due to the nature of the challenging work, saw Georgiou improve their manufacturing processes and increase its skillbase.

The project was designed to protect the supply pipeline as it crosses the shoreline from the gas field, while reducing its impact on the environment.

Hope Downs 4 Reclaim Tunnel

CLIENT:  REINFORCED EARTH
LOCATION:  PILBARA, WA
DURATION:  JAN 2015 - MAR 2015
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

The Hope Downs mine is an iron ore mine located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, 100km northwest of Newman.

In January 2015, Georgiou delivered 200 reclaim tunnel segments, each weighing 10 tonne. In total, the team poured more than 4,900m3 of concrete to manufacture the items weighing a total of 2,000T.

South Hedland Pump Station

CLIENT:  TENIX SDR PTY LTD
LOCATION:  SOUTH HEDLAND, WA
DURATION:  FEB 2014 - JUNE 2014
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

Georgiou has recently delivered a Type 180 Pump Station for Tenix SDR in South Hedland, WA.

Scope of work involved the manufacture of a 20-piece wastewater pump station, weighing 684 tonnes. Some eight metres in length, the pump station took six weeks to manufacture and was delivered on time and budget.

Georgiou secured this project by offering an innovative solution to the Client that was safer, more cost competitive and shorter in construction duration. In securing this project, Georgiou now has in-house capability to construct precast Type 40, 90, 180 and 350 pump stations.

Blue Water Project

CLIENT:  JOHN HOLLAND/VEOLIA WATER JV
LOCATION:  SYDNEY, NSW
DURATION:  2007-2009
CONTRACT VALUE:  NFP

Georgiou was contracted to manufacture precast concrete segments for the Blue Water Project, a joint venture of John Holland and Veolia Water, who had been awarded the design and construction of the new desalination plant in Sydney.

Within six weeks of award, Georgiou had set up a new manufacturing facility specifically designed for the project, and within three months this facility was fully operational and producing product.

The project involved the manufacture of 22,800 precast concrete segments, casting 13,800m3 of concrete overall, production of 150 segments along with the delivery of 144 segments daily. The segments created 3,800 rings which pieced together and were used to build two intake and outake tunnels, each 2.5km long.

Fulfilment of this contract was an outstanding achievement for Georgiou, given the tight production targets, strict quality requirements and the remoteness of the specially designed manufacturing facility.

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