Clarence Correctional Centre
Over the next 20 years the prison will inject $560 million into the local economy, creating 1,100 jobs through construction & permanent 600 jobs once the jail is open.The project commenced in 2017 is due for completion in mid-2020.
The project is being delivered for the NSW Government in partnership with the Northern Pathways consortium consisting of John Holland, Serco and John Laing.
The centre will feature state of the art security and surveillance and focus on rehabilitation to help reduce the rate of reoffending.
Civil Form scope includes:
- Up to 30km of different joint-type caulking of walls, pathways, windows, door frames, etc.
- Up to 30km of different joint-type dry-packing of precast-to-precast, precast-to-insitu and aluminium frames-to-insitu.
- Liquid grouting of 2300 dowel holes in precast panels and volumetric cells.
- 1km of formed, reinforced and concrete poured road and pathway kerbs.
- 10,000m2 of formed, reinforced and concrete poured footpaths.
- A combined 12 months’ worth of various construction works across the site via additional site instructions. This includes forming, reinforcing and pouring plinths and walkways, fixing defects, concrete cleaning and patching, etc.
Civil Form/ have supplied the following;
- Form workers
- Project Managers
- Operations Manager
- EWP skilled labourers
- Leading Hand
We are still present onsite with 20-30 employees each day.