Grant Cross

Housing development in Melbourne along the Western Freeway


Wallmark was first approached by developers looking for a cost-effective solution that would be environmentally sound, structurally capable and provide effective noise control. After considering a few options, the decision was made to go ahead with the Cor-ten product and Wallmark design and construct service.

Wallmark’s in-house project management team worked closely with the developer and consultants to comply with VIC roads and Melton City Council, with all certificates done and VIC roads approval within only a 2-week time frame. During this process, Wallmark worked alongside structural and geotechnical engineers, civil engineers, superintendents, and many other trades.

This project also presented large rock content and required concrete testing, which Wallmark organised and completed in a timely manner. Wallmark’s team also worked closely with the client’s own consultants to ensure other important factors, such as minimal environmental impact, were taken into consideration.

Wallmark covered every part of the project including traffic management for the roads being impacted by the works. The site presented an additional challenge, having a high level of basalt rock content.

3 Months later, the project was 50% complete. The wall itself is 2.2kms long and ranges from 6m-14m high.

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