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                   Eastern Creek Speedway 


Our crew are carrying on with works on the Eastern Creek Speedway- the newest addition to the Eastern Creek Motorsport Park which features a world-class clay racetrack for cars and motorcycles alike.


Keen racing enthusiasts across Australia have already proven their immense excitement for this new and exciting racing destination to be fully up and running. The venue is set to host a massive 35 speedway events between September and June every year, attracting people from all around Australia and the rest of the world!


We can’t wait to see just how popular this destination is going to become!


The much-anticipated Sydney Speedway is back on track, works commenced mid-August with new government guidelines that allowed our crews back on site.


The new facility is set to see a new grandstand and terraced seating that will host 7000 spectators.

New workshops, garages, trackside support services, and a competitor pit area are being developed.

Race goers will see new public amenity upgrades to the track including food & beverage stands, merchandise booths, and corporate boxes.


Wind Farm


We are really enjoying our involvement on the wind farm project south of Sydney. A beautiful earthworks project that will host some genuinely positive impacts for our future.


The project once complete will see:

A Clean and renewable source of energy.

An average annual energy production for approximately 215,000 homes.

Zero carbon emissions during operation

Increased knowledge of local plant and animal species through surveys, monitoring and protection.


Check out some of the progress images below

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Marsden Park Wastewater Pump Station

Value: $7M


Under Sydney Water guidelines, GCC carried out all pipe works for a newly instated pump station. This consisted of4km of twin 560mm HDPE buttwelded pipeline pressure main in a live urban area among multiple operating contractors.


Undertook the construction of FRP 4 x 3m diameter x


12m deep sewer manhole as well as 200m of 900mm GRP sewer gravity.


Lithgow Raw Water Transfer Pipeline

Value: $5.5m


  • 14.8km complex pipeline 

  • Steep gradients (up to 38%)

  • 4-10m working corridors 

  • Butt fusion poly welding

  • Hydrotesting 

  • Major rock trenching

Major contract for a Water Transfer Scheme from Springvale Coal Mine to a new Water Treatment Facility at Mount Piper Power Station (MPPS), operated by Energy Australia.

Green Civil Con’s scope of works included the installation of 710mm diameter HDPE, PN25 pipeline and dual communications conduits.

Our team commissioned and tested all pipeline components such as air valves, hydrants and scour valves.

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Marsden Park Area

Value: $5.2M

The project involved the installation of a new sewer carrier to service the residential expansion and development in the Marsden Park area. The extension of the existing sewer network required the installation of approximately 1,530m of DN525 GRP pipe and 780m of DN225 PVC including modification and connection to the newly constructed SP1160.


The original design included bore shafts, manhole construction and trenchless pipe installation alongside newly constructed roadways of depth up to 11m. Of the 1,530m of DN525 GRP pipe, approximately 85% was originally designed to be bored however unexpected ground conditions prevented the progress of the drill heads and a process ensued to formulate a method and design which would allow completion without time implications.


GCC worked closely with the designers, developers and SWC to move mountains of dirt and redesign the project to open cut and install all pipe using conventional trenching methodologies. Bored section of pipe up to 10-11m deep were now open cut and concrete encased.


Despite the delays and major design changes, GCC was able to mobilise the crews and plant and complete the project and stay on program.

A difficult job but in the end a very satisfied and appreciative client.


Austral Bricks


Our pipe installation has been progressing nicely as we move from winter into spring at our Austral Bricks site in NSW.


Sydney Airport – Rehabilitation of Taxiway A&G

Value: $800k

This project involved the creation of a more streamlined movement of traffic through the International Terminal Carpark at Sydney Airport. Excavation and reinstatement of 8,500sqm of existing taxiway pavement during curfew hours.


GCC carried out the installation of 1.4km stormwater services in water charged ground and in-situ structures in time and on budget.


Sydney Business Park

Value: $15m

in 2014 GCC were contracted to work on the $15 million project at Sydney Business Park Developments.

Sydney Business Park is a world-class, privately owned, master-planned estate in Sydney’s north-west. GCC were heavily involved in ongoing stages of development.


Works included Sewer from DN150 to DN525 up to 8 m deep including DTC 1800 Manholes, 14 m High vent shafts and under road bores, Water from DN100 UPVC/DICL to DN315 HDPE, Valves and pits and a bore under Richmond Road, Stormwater works ranged from DN375 RCP to twin DN1500 RCP, RCBC, FRP large headwalls and installation of GPT’s.


Monaro Highway, ACT

Value: $850K

We completed works on the Monaro Highway Duplication in Fyshwick,

ACT, carrying out the relocation of 1283mm Bulk water main under a complex and detailed programme.


A time sensitive project that involved 24-hour shifts to allow crossing of the main arterial road to be completed over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.


The project required extensive planning and our skilled crews to not only deliver the project, but the Green Civil Construction crew delivered it 24 hours ahead of schedule.

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