Client: West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority
Type: Design & Construct
Timing: March – December 2013
EcoProjects has been engaged to undertake planning, design and construction of works associated with improvement to the environmental, heritage and community values of Stringers Creek within the historic township of Walhalla. Walhalla is an old gold mining town that is rich in cultural heritage and is located within an isolated section of the Baw Baw Ranges within the broader Great Dividing Range.
Works undertaken of this project include site assessment and design, community and stakeholder consultation and project delivery. The on ground works to be conducted under this project include the construction of gabion basket, concrete and rock retaining walls. Construction of instream grade control structures and bank stabilisation works. Construction of a pedestrian footbridge in accordance with heritage requirements. Removal of large woody vegetation that is currently impacting on the structural integrity of existing retaining wall structures.