Concrete Penetrations – Hurstville Substation
- Client DEGNAN
- Location Hurstville Substation
Perfect Contracting were engaged by our client DEGNAN to complete concrete penetrations at the Hurstville Substation. These works involved multiple wall and floor penetrations.
The scope of works for this project included a partial strip out of the bathrooms, which involved the removal of all fittings. The second part of work involved in this project was one wall penetration and two floor penetrations.
For the wall penetration we required a scissor lift to allow our team members safe access to perform the works. Our team members both had their EWP Tickets so were safe to operate the scissor lift throughout the duration of the works.
To carry out the works our team members firstly consulted with our client DEGAN to locate where the penetrations were to be made. Once this was established then it was marked out and our team members began cutting the wall with our Husqvarna K970 Ring Saw. Once all cut lines were made then they began to jack hammer out the section of slab.
Once our team members were finished with the wall penetration then they began works on the two floor penetrations. Once the area was marked out they began cutting the slab with our Husqvarna Ring Saw and Jackhammered out the section of slab.
There was multiple wall and floor penetrations performed throughout the duration of the works. Our team members also performed multiple Concrete Core holes for our client as requested.
All waste and rubble was removed from site by our team members using our Isuzu Tipper Trucks.
Result: Our client supervised the duration of the works and was very happy with the professional outcome of the works.