Carmichael Rail Network

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ROBAR Civil have completed the last structural pour on the Carmichael Rail Network project. It is now time to pack up and head towards new challenges. ROBAR Civil has placed 1,160m3 of concrete, installed 250 tons of steel and form 3,200m2 of structures. We completed three bridges and three culverts. The ROBAR Team has completed […]

Cross River Rail -UNITY Alliance – Yeronga Station

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In July, ROBAR Civil poured first portion of the structural concrete at Yeronga Station for the retaining wall footings for platform 1. This symbolizes a good start of the Form Reo and Pour (FRP) scope. At platform 2 and 3 under a Queensland Rail network shutdown, ROBAR Civil adopted innovative work method by utilizing mobile conveyor […]

Work Safe Home Safe

The Work Safe, Home Safe logo was introduced to the ROBAR Civil work force during May 2021. This was distributed via a series of pre-start meetings and toolbox talks. Reporting of hazards and near misses is an important part of our Duty of Care requirements and is an essential part of reducing harm across our […]

ROBAR Civil achieves re-certification of its Integrated Management System

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The ROBAR Civil Integrated Management (IMS) System for ISO 9001 Quality Management, ISO 14001 Environmental Management, and ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety was audited in May 2021, and we are pleased to report a near flawless performance in the audit and huge credit goes to our HSEQ Manager, Eddie Bugajewski, who worked hard on the […]

ROBAR Civil Pty Ltd is proud to be part of the Cross River Rail project

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ROBAR Civil Pty Ltd is proud to have been awarded the Yeronga and Fairfield demolition and earthworks scope for the UNITY alliance. At Yeronga Station, Platform 1 has seen demolition and material export following the recent station closure. The client took on some smart design ideas from ROBAR’s previous rail station (Flinders Link in SA) to make […]