What Was Our Strategy for Completing This Project?
We had to work round the clock to bring out the most effective execution strategy. So this is what our team did:
Implemented State government COVID regulations:
Our team followed all the necessary COVID regulations while working. Although working with restrictions was difficult, it was essential to ensure the safety of everyone involved.
Proper coordination with suppliers:
We had to coordinate with the suppliers to ensure that the material was delivered on time. It was essential to ensure that the project was completed within the given timeframe.
Worked around the clock:
Our team worked around the clock to ensure that the project was completed on time. It was a challenge, but our team tackled this challenge with ease.
The result was a successful project completed on time and within the budget. The client was happy with the work done, and we were able to create a safe environment for the students of Box Hill Institute.
Results We Achieved:
Box Hill wheel stopper project was finished on time without any issues. The client was happy with the work done, and the new stoppers were more durable, safe and looked great. In addition, our team followed all the necessary COVID regulations while working, which ensured the safety of everyone involved.
Services Offered — Wheel Stopper Installation:
Wheel stopper installation involves the removal of the existing car wheel stoppers and installing the newer ones with precast concrete. It is a complicated process and requires expertise to execute it properly. Our team has the necessary knowledge to carry out this process smoothly. As a result, we have completed this project within the given timeframe and budget.
Wheel Stopper Installation Australian Guide:
For wheel stopper installation, we followed AS/NZS 2890.1:2004a standards and we used materials like concrete and asphalt spikes.
Fixing wheel stop to asphalt/bitumen surfaces over the metal course:
- Need to use a 300mm x 12mm, Asphalt Spike, as supplied by the company
- Use a 10mm masonry drill to drill a hole 220 mm deep into the base course
- Use a hammer to drive the 12mm pin through the wheel stop into the base course
Fixing the wheel stop on the concrete
- Position the wheel stop property
- Use the M16 x 135mm sleeve anchor
- Use a 16 mm masonry drill to drill a hole 60 mm deep hole into the concrete
- Blow out the dust with compressed air
- Tap in the sleeve anchor into the recessed hole and tighten
Installing wheel stops on pavers
- Use an Asphalt Spike of 300mm x 12mm
- Use a 12 mm drill to drill a 12 mm hole of 220 mm through the paver
- Use a hammer to drive the 12mm pin through the paver
Why Choose Infra Projects:
Profound work experience — We have completed numerous projects in the past, which have given us the exposure required to tackle any project.
Skilled team — We have a team of skilled and experienced professionals who are capable of handling any project.
Effective execution — We have an effective process that helps us complete the projects on time.
Zero-harm policy — We have a zero-harm policy that ensures the safety of everyone involved in the project.