Project Name: Augusta Boat Harbour Development
Location: Augusta, West Australia
Client: Shire of Augusta Magaret River
Project Type: Earthworks/Sea Wall Construction
The Augusta Boat Harbour Development was a $36.47 million project funded by “Royalties for Regions” to provide a safe harbour for vessels travelling between facilities at Albany to the east and Busselton to the north. It also serves as a regional base for sea search and rescue operations.
Now a world class landmark facility, Augusta Boar Harbour provides commercial and recreational users with boat launching facilities and jetties; a 50m land-backed service wharf; 40 boat pens; car and trailer parking; public amenities; and a pavilion.
Leeuwin Civil was engaged by the main contractor on a wet hire basis to supply plant and equipment including experienced operators to assist with the drill and blast of the rock, and loading and carting of the rock to construct the sea walls.
Leeuwin Civil also assisted with the screening of the rock. Plant supplied included dozers, excavators, loaders, dump trucks, and graders.
Scope of Works
- drill and blast of rock;
- loading and carting of rock;
- sea wall construction;
- rock screening; and
- plant and equipment wet hire with experienced operators