Projects & News Spry Civil Construction

The Murray Bridge Racing Club

The Murray Bridge Racing Club, Gifford Hill is in the final stages of construction before this world class facility is opened up to the public for the inaugural event programmed for June 2019. Spry Civil Construction has been awarded two projects at Gifford Hill to connect the facility together.  The first project scope is to complete the construction of the carpark, mounting yard and parade ring that is located  behind and around the new buildings. The scope consists of drainage installation, general earthworks, kerbing, footpaths, asphalt, line marking and signage.

The second project scope of works is the construction of a synthetic track base and jogging track that are located in the centre of the course. These tracks will be used by the trainers to condition the horses for the upcoming racing. The scope on this project consists of general earthworks, drainage works, irrigation installation, fencing, and pavement works. 

Spry Civil Construction are proud to be continuing our relationships with local organisations and look forward to seeing the race course in action later this year.


The Bend Motorsports Park

Spry have had some involvement in the construction of “The Bend” throughout the 3 years of construction of this state of the art motorsports facility right here in South Australia. Spry were involved in the installation of key services to support the Pit Building and Paddock Area, excavation for signage billboard footings and installation, informal road construction in selected areas on the property.


Scout Australia 25th Jamboree

Together with ‘Ridley’s Plumbing’, also another local Murray Bridge Contractor, Spry Civil Construction were engaged to carry out the earthworks component for the Scouts water and waste water infrastructure to allow Ridley’s plumbing to install enough potable water and underground sewerage systems to support this major event which consists of approx. 11,000 kids and volunteers assembling at The Bend Motorsport Park for the 25th International Scouts Jamboree which runs for a period of 10 days. With major time constraints and the difficult rocky ground conditions, Spry and Ridley were able to pull of the unthinkable on time and budget in preparation for this international event.


Meningie Area School Redevelopment

Spry have been heavily involved in the redevelopment of the Meningie Area School which consists of demolition of old building and civil works to prepare for brand new buildings that are going to dramatically change the landscape and appeal of this school. This brown fields site has had many complex issues that Spry have had to work through with the client to get a favourable outcoming for all parties involved.


Marchand Street Subdivision

One of many sub-divisions Spry’s have undertaken in the region, Marchand Street Sub-Division consists of 7 new allotments in which we are currently installing all services such as gas, water, sewer, stormwater, electrical and communications in preparation to finish the kerbing and asphalt works to enable us to hand the development over to the client. Close to the centre of the city in Murray Bridge, this development has been quite a straight forward process in which we are working closely with the client to exceed expectations.

Article we had in the Murray Valley Standard (PDF)

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