Jordan Springs

Client
Lend Lease
Value
$62.7 Million
Period
2016-2019
Location
Jordan Springs, NSW
Expertise
Residential Subdivisions
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Key Features

Construction of over 1270 residential lots, inclusive of all infrastructure installation and road construction.

Stage 3C1 – $10.1 Million

  • 211 Lot Residential Subdivision
  • Installation of all services
  • Importation of Fill Material – maintenance of council roads
  • Service location and relocation
  • Staggered service approvals/staging of works – complex project management

Stage 3C2 – $8 Million

  • 165 Lot Residential Subdivision
  • Importation of 125,000 cu.m of Fill Material
  • Staging road construction, sewer service installation and retaining wall construction around import operations
  • Redesign of sewer reticulation once works had commenced leading to an increase of sewer depth by 3 metres
  • Achieving client deadline to enable settlement of lots before Christmas
  • Construction of outlet structures to drain clean water into National Park

Stage 3C3 – $8.1 Million

  • 165 Lot Residential Subdivision
  • 16,526 sq.m of road pavement constructed
  • 2,561 lin.m of stormwater drainage installed
  • 4,555 sq. m of footpath constructed
  • 116,502 sq.m of bulk earthworks completed
  • Staging road construction, sewer service installation and retaining wall construction around

Village 5 – $8 Million

  • 254 Lot Residential Subdivision
  • Importation of 85,00 cubic metres of Fill Material
  • Staging road construction, sewer service installation and retaining wall construction around import operations
  • Achieving client deadline to enable settlement of lots before Christmas
  • Construction of culvert structure beneath roads

Village 6 – $14.8Million

  • 204 Lot Subdivision and construction of roundabout on live road to process access to the newly completed subdivision
  • Importation of 110,00 cubic metres of Fill Material
  • Management of local road network to allow importation of material at high volumes but also permit local and school traffic to operate as normal to minimise impact on community
  • Simultaneous delivery of 2 Stages at once
  • Interface of works with riparian corridors and the regional park
  • Working adjacent to Xavier College for duration of works
  • Delivery of accelerated program at client request under no margin for error
  • Upgrade of local roundabout under live traffic conditions
  • Significant amounts of community consultation and stakeholder management throughout entire duration of works
  • Tree lopping in carriageway of live road
  • Working around underground services and beneath powerlines
  • Relocation of Telstra line fronting the stage in the road reserve underlying well established trees

Central Precinct 3A – $3.24 Million

  • 80 lot residential subdivision inclusive of stormwater drainage installation, road construction, and services reticulation.
  • Over 1,300 lin.m of storm water drainage including 600m of twin cell box culverts
  • 10,000 sq.m of pavement to construct in various thicknesses
  • Over 3,000 sq.m of footpaths
  • The management of strict deadlines, delays in plan approvals, and changes to design during construction

Central Precinct 3B, 4A & 4B – $10.46 Million

  • 194 lot residential subdivision inclusive of stormwater drainage installation, road construction, and services reticulation.
  • Over 3,000 lin.m of stormwater drainage including 30m of triple-cell, stepped box culverts
  • Over 25,000 sq.m of pavement to construct in various thicknesses
  • Over 6,800 sq.m of footpaths
  • The management of strict deadlines, delays in plan approvals, and changes to design during construction

Challenge

 The Jordan Springs development is a UDIA award winning community.

 

 

Jordan Springs was being developed at an accelerated scale to meet the demands of the market and as a result, multiple stages with a large number of lots were being constructed concurrently and sequentially requiring critical planning to go above and beyond the expectations of our client, Lendlease.