Jarvis Delahey Contractors
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Projects

Projects

 

Current Works

Balaclava / Verney Roads / New Dookie / Hawdon Street Intersection Upgrade

The Balaclava Road / Verney Road / New Dookie Road / Hawdon Street intersection will be upgraded from a roundabout to a signalised intersection to reduce congestion and improve safety. 

This project commenced in late July 2019 and scheduled for completion in May 2020.  

The pre- start planning for the project has required significant consultation with stakeholders including Greater Shepparton City Council, Regional Roads Victoria, three schools, school bus operators and business owners to ensure that safe and accessible routes are maintained for users throughout.  

Our team will continue to work collaboratively with key stakeholders to minimise impacts throughout the project.


Skene Street Centre Road Parking

This project saw the construction of eleven tree cells in new centre-of-road car parking at Skene St between Nixon-Fryers St, Shepparton.  

The modular tree cells provide an environment where trees can thrive, with good quality uncompacted soil, sufficient drainage and access to rainwater whilst still providing the strength to support parked vehicles.

The trees have been planted as part of Greater Shepparton City Councils Urban Forest Strategy, which aims to increase the urban forest canopy across Greater Shepparton and to ensure best practice urban tree management.  Keep an eye on this site as the trees grow and form an attractive shaded avenue.

The project was completed under traffic. 


Fryers St Traffic Calming

The Fryers Street traffic calming project saw the construction of three raised pedestrian crossings along Fryers Street, Shepparton – Shepparton’s premier Café precinct.

The project was undertaken over a four week period and required the development and implementation of several traffic management plans to manage traffic and parking in the busy precinct, as well as ongoing liaison and response to needs of stakeholders and the client (Greater Shepparton City Council).

The project was funded by Greater Shepparton City Council and the Safe System Road Infrastructure Program (SSRIP) (which is a State Government, TAC and VicRoads funding stream) to upgrade high-risk roads to promote walking and cycling.


Presbyterian Church Carpark

This project saw the construction of a carpark, footpaths, disabled access ramp and rain garden for the Shepparton Presbyterian Church.  

The project was landscaped by the members of the church, which added the finishing touches to their newly extended building.


Loddings Lane Nagambie Boat Ramp

Loddings Lane Boat Ramp is located at the popular skiing, rowing and fishing destination, Nagambie Lakes.  

Located on the Goulburn River, the project required robust environmental controls as well as cultural heritage training and surveillance.  

Considerable unforeseen geotechnical issues were encountered on the project which required redesign of the substructure and deck.  Our team worked collaboratively with our client, Strathbogie Shire Council, and the engineering design team to come up with a solution and engaged the services of a specialty pile driving contractor.

Whilst the project finish date was delayed due to the unforeseen issues, environmental controls were maintained throughout and the boat ramp is now open for business!


Shepparton Industrial Park

Construction of Stage 1 of the Shepparton Industrial Park is due for completion in September 2019.  The project includes bulk earthworks, drainage, road construction, kerb and channel, footpaths, power and telecommunications.

Jarvis Delahey Contractors outsource works for specialty trades to ensure a top quality product for our customers.  We are proud of the long term working relationships (most are since we started in 2004!) we have with our specialty tradespeople. 

This project is located on busy New Dookie Road in Shepparton, and included the construction the intersection kerb and drainage works to Regional Roads Victoria (VicRoads) standards.


FAUNA VIEW ESTATE - STAGE 3

17 Lot subdivision including road construction, drainage
and power installation.



Completed Works

WESTWOOD RUN ESTATE – STAGE 3

22 Lot subdivision including road construction, drainage and power installations.


NORTHLINKS ESTATE – Stages 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Northlinks Estate involved the construction of roads and all services required for the completion of the housing estate.


Safeway/Aldi Carpark MOOROOPNA

Engaged by local developer to construct the new Aldi Safeway carpark in Mooroopna – a lot of recycled product when back into project.  We also had to project manage around the building contractors and their teams while keeping to strict timelines.  We were able to minimise traffic/cartage, reduce waste, the project was completed on time and on budget.


PINELODGE CEMETARY

The project was to construct a new road and plot area including a gravel carpark.  This was a social sensitive job.  Works required to be programed around funerals and visitors. Lots of project management required all the while keeping to time sensitive guidelines.  


KIALLA LAKES ESTATE – STAGE 33

Kialla Lakes Estate involved the construction of roads and all services required for the completion of the housing estate.


RSL CARPARK

This project involved the reconstruction and expansion of the carpark for the Shepparton RSL. This project is complex in nature due to the intense foot and vehicular traffic that is generated by the clientele.  Safety of the public and our staff is paramount.  We met the strict timeline to allow the first stage of the carpark to be open to the public for Anzac Day.  


TARCOMBE ROAD ESTATE SEYMOUR

A 44 lot subdivision including upgrade of highly trafficked existing rural road, drainage, power, kerb and channel, road construction and construction of retention basin, pump station, liaison with sewer and water contractor, and coordination with all other subcontractors. Also included the careful protection of two existing AC rising mains, extensive hydrovac work to protect these assets and prevent potential environmental issues.


MACTIER PARK

One of our first beautification works.  The project was of a large cultural significance as it was on the site of the War Memorial heavily involving community access.  


DAN MURPHY’S

The carpark was constructed off the old Butter Factory site.  This is a historical site and therefore a sensitive area.  The project was managed around the building contractors and their teams including the building of the Quest Apartments.  


LAKE BARTLETT

An environmentally sensitive site – with environmentally native grasses.  We constructed a 1km walking track using crusher dust including pedestrian bridges and garden furniture.  


KMART CARPARK SHEPPARTON

This carpark was constructed in a busy period.  We were very aware that the Christmas period and rush was going to start.  The carpark was constructed in 3 stages so the store could remain open with minimum disruption as possible to staff and customers. The complex nature of the Council Streetscape works upgrading Vaughan Street required liaison with other contractors. 


ST GEORGES ROAD STREETSCAPE WORKS

Street beautification works – time sensitive to maintain minimum disruption to school traffic and business owners – required liaison with local business owners.  


SHEPPARTON SHOWGROUNDS ARENA UPGRADE

The Shepparton Showgrounds has been upgraded to a grass sand arena which followed a free draining design with lots of under-pitch rock drains.  This required us to coordinate heavily with subcontractors allowing us to finish the job on time and on budget.  The finish needed to be of a high standard.  We used machine control guidance on all equipment to make sure that all levels and materials were on target.  Overall a very pleasing end result.  


KIALLA GREEN ESTATE – STAGES 401 AND 402

Kialla Green Estate involved the construction of roads and all services required for the completion of the housing estate.


MOUNT MAJOR

The project was to provide a carpark and gravel walking track to a popular lookout on Mount Major Dookie.  The site had challenges at is was quite rocky and a steep grade.  


LIFESTYLE VILLAGE – STAGE 8

This project involved the construction of roads and all services required for the completion of the housing estate. This project required the management of a number of sub-contractors and the completion of the project within tight timelines.


WITT STREET & WOOD ROAD ROUNDABOUT, YARRAWONGA

The construction of a new roundabout with traffic islands, footpaths and a hotmix overlay.