The commercial and residential property and construction sectors have seen some softening in Australia recently, however, engineering construction remains strong due to public sector demand.

Companies in this sector are dealing with increasing cost pressures and lower margins, and require timely and high-level environmental advice and technical expertise to comply with strict deadlines and avoid delays to development timeframes.

Senversa can assist companies in this sector from national portfolio clients to individual site owners through all stages of the property life cycle from pre-purchase to acquisition, lease, development and integration.

Our services include due diligence, risk prioritisation and liability assessment.

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Detailed Soil Investigation Works

Rod Laver Arena Refurbishment, Stage 2 Melbourne Park Redevelopment, Vic

Senversa was involved in Stage 2 Redevelopment of Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Park delivered by Development Victoria (in conjunction with Lendlease as construction partner) to assess the underlying soil conditions, manage polluted fill and reclassify a large volume of soil for off-site disposal. Works were undertaken to meet strict project timelines and enable construction activities to progress on schedule.

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Strategic Plan

Inner City Precinct Redevelopment

Senversa developed a strategic plan for the redevelopment of a high profile inner city precinct (20ha) located on a large operational rail yard in West Melbourne earmarked for future sub-division. Senversa prepared a comprehensive ‘road map’ of contamination issues (including risk identification and management) allowing our client to prepare a robust environmental strategy as part of their business case.

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Remedial Scheme

State of the Art Stadium, NSW

The site of the new state-of-the-art stadium in Paramatta had a significant legacy of environmental contamination as a former dumping ground for waste materials.  Senversa was part of a team responsible for developing the remedial scheme for the site impacted by approx. 20,000 m3 of soils contaminated with predominantly asbestos.  The remedial works were incorporated into the design of the new stadium and implemented as an integrated element of the development, specifically, soil excavated from eight known contaminated areas was capped as engineered fill in designated locations under the proposed main stands.  The stadium is due to opened in mid 2019.

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