Remote North Fencing

  • Period: 22/3/2016 – 23/12/2016
  • Client: Department of Defence
  • Value: $2,142,988
  • Location: RAAF Base Scherger, QLD

Project Overview

Works involve civil works to the perimeter track and maintenance to the fence at RAAF Base Scherger.

  • Implementation of erosion and sediment control measures
  • Minor local earthworks and reshaping of perimeter tracks
  • Ground surface treatment and subgrade preparation
  • Pavement works
  • Repairs to degraded sections of perimeter fence
  • Replacement of damaged sections of perimeter fence
  • Realignment of existing perimeter fence


    • Remote location of the site – logistics, materials had to be sourced from as far away as Brisbane
    • Ground conditions along the fence line and creeks with water-logged areas posing construction difficulties
    • Monsoonal weather events
    • Interactions between mobile plant and people
    • Working within a mine lease
    • Ongoing damage by feral animals during construction works


    • Indigenous employment on this project was 80%, with workforce recruited from Traditional Owner businesses
    • Project completed before target completion date and under budget
    • No defects
    • No LTI’s
    • All earthmoving equipment and labour provided by local businesses including traditional owner businessess

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