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STATEWIDE CIVIL NEW DEVELOPMENT FOR BLACKTOWN LEISURE CENTRE

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Statewide civil expected completion Jan 2016

Statewide Civil is proud to have been awarded its first project for Blacktown City Council. This high-profile project began in January 2015. The main aspects of the project include the extension of the existing leiusre centre, upgraded stormwater drainage system, extension of the existing carpark & the construction of a new tennis facility.

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Blacktown city council awards statewide civil blacktown leisure centre project

Statewide Civil is proud to have been awarded its first project for Blacktown City Council. This high-profile project began in January 2015. The main aspects of the project include the extension of the existing leiusre centre, upgraded stormwater drainage system, extension of the existing carpark & the construction of a new tennis facility.

Bulk earthworks have recently been completed with the concentration of the civil works currently on the installation of the retaining walls seperating the numerous tennis courts. The new stormwater drainage line in the proposed carpark has been completed with the subgrade stabilisation in this area to get underway soon. The car park will continue to take shape with the pending installaltion of the kerbline to follow.

The construction of the new building extension continues to progress with the initial portion of the structure currently being erected.

Recent inclement weather has slowed the project slightly, but increased resourecs will soon see the program back on schedule.

Expected completion is January 2016.

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