Leeuwin Civil owns and operates a large fleet of specialised plant and equipment suitable for bulk and detailed earthworks on all sizes and types of infrastructure developments. This equipment fleet includes 1.5 to 40 tonne excavators, as well as scrapers, dozers, loaders, graders, off road dump trucks, water trucks, road trucks and more.

All equipment is available for wet or dry hire and is regularly serviced and maintained in our own workshop located in Busselton, Western Australia. We are also able provide mobile servicing, where necessary, to minimise down time and maximise efficiency and service to our clients.

Our excavators, dozers, scrapers, positracs, loaders and graders can also be equipped with the latest Leica technology and machine guidance control systems. This enhances our ability to perform excavations to specified tolerances with ease. This specialised software also enables us to perform other tasks such as the provision of X/Y/Z coordinates on compaction testing positions for added quality control.

Leeuwin Civil’s earthworks and excavation experience includes the management and construction of a range of stormwater dams; leachate ponds; retention ponds; and landfill cell constructions and upgrades across the south west region of Western Australia. All in full compliance with the State’s codes, standards and regulations.

This includes the design and construction of engineered subgrade and general fill embankments; subsurface drainage; geosynthetic lining systems and leachate collection systems.

Leeuwin Civil is experienced in managing earthworks and constructions in varying environmental conditions, including low lying coastal areas. Construction works in coastal environments call for additional expertise to manage the unique risks posed by their proximity to the ocean.

Leeuwin Civil’s project team has the knowledge and skill available to ensure the proper adoption of enhanced environmental protection measures; appropriately skilled and experienced operators; implementation of enhanced environmental, health and safety protocols; and the facilities to adopt a more intensive equipment maintenance program due to the higher salt content with the potential to degrade equipment.