Dams – Earthmoving

Dam Jetty – Gympie and Sunshine Coast

Dam Jetty – South Eeast Queensland Property Development Services Installation of a dam jetty for those hot summer country days. Built to last using quality solid logs and timber. Call us to organise a no obligation free quote. We are happy to meet your budget needs and can do the heavy lifting whilst you finish

A New Dam at Traveston

New Dam for Traveston This New Dam at Traveston was constructed recently. A keyway is a must for any dam, and it is the core trench for the dam to prevent seepage and leaks and to help keep the structure more stable. Back to Home page.

Desilting, Dam Refill and Compaction at Morayfield

Dam Refill and Compaction at Morayfield This Dam was filled in which required pumping out the water, cleaning out the mud and desilting. All wet soil was removed to allow for correct compaction application. The Dam was then backfilled with 6700 metres of soil. This was compacted down using Heavy Earthmoving Equipment including the Compactor

Excavated Dam

Excavating a New Dam in the Gympie Region

A New Dam for the Gympie Region. Another Dam was recently created with the Gympie Region, just in time for the Summer Rains. Back to Home page.

Rock Spillway for Dam Overflow

Rock Spillway for Dam Overflow Spillways allow flood waters to release so that the water does not overtop and damage the dam. Except during flood periods, water does not normally flow over a spillway. This hard rock spillway will ensure that the dam overflow is redirected away from the dam. Back to Home page.

Installing a Dam Liner

Dam Leak – Installing a Liner

Dam Liners are an efficient and cost effective way to reduce water loss through leakage.

Excavating a New Dam

A New Dam

Dam Excavation and Earthmoving for Cooloola, Gympie, Sunshine Coast and Moreton areas. Storing water in a Dam is critical to all farms. To see a dam lose water because of bad construction techniques can be crippling to the operations of the farm. Your dam will hold water if constructed in the right manner. The construction


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