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Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment

Client: Walsh Bay Finance
Capabilities: Construction, Piling, Heritage Restoration, Demolition
Region: Walsh Bay (New South Wales)
Completed: July 2003
Wharves 2/3 Walsh Bay was refurbished as a part of the rejuvenation of the Walsh Bay precinct. The repair and rectification of the existing substructure and superstructure have been carefully designed and detailed by Waterway Constructions to maintain their heritage significance. The shore shed at the eastern end of the refurbished pier was fitted out for commercial office space.
 
The scope of works includes:
  • Repair or replacement of 780 existing piles installed from under the wharf
  • Driving 28no new steel raker piles up to 52m long to bedrock
  • Installation of steel piles & beams to support the shoreshed portion of the pier
  • The beams were installed from under the deck such that they are not visible from outside the completed structure
  • Construction of a new steel frame and concrete structure for office fitout including new elevators stairs floors ceilings and walls
  • Demolition and replacement of 4500m2 of concrete apron slabs including rectification of the existing timber girder and headstock support structure
  • Replacement of existing edge detail including kerbs, bollards, fenders & wales augmentation or replacement of decayed timber storey posts and other superstructure members
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment
Walsh Bay Wharf 2/3 Refurbishment

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