Cappello Hydaulics and Civil ANCR
Cappello Hydraulics and Civil undertook the major task of installing 14km of stormwater drainage pipeline and associated structures on the new Majura Parkway.
As a critical arterial road in the ACT, Majura Parkway needs to be protected by potential road closures due to inclement weather and major storm events. Construction of the new carriageway required a vast network of pipelines, sumps, guttering, drainage reserves and easements to enable water surface flow, to ensure safety for motorists during these events.
Managing the installation of these stormwater systems on the Majura Parkway was an 18 month task, with a team of up to 20 Cappello staff working on the many different aspects of the project.
With around 40,000 vehicles expected to use the Majura Parkway each day, Cappello ensured they provided the highest standard of hydraulic services to help improve the safety and security of motorists using the roadway during wet weather.
Established in 2003 and operating for 12 years, the company has grown to an impressive size, employing around 70 skilled staff and boasting a large array of plant and machinery to allow them to cater to a large number of tasks. Cappello are able to customise their team to complete works for major construction projects, civil and
infrastructure projects or fit-outs and refurbishments.
Cappello are specialists in commercial hydraulic services and civil projects and their qualified staff provide varied hydraulic and civil solutions to the construction industry. Not only do Cappello install drainage and hydraulic in-ground services, they also complete earthmoving, bulk earthworks, detail earthworks, concreting and subdivisions.
Although Cappello’ major work focus is in the ACT and surrounds, they also work interstate with previous projects including the Orange airport expansion and realignment works at Gocup Road, Gundagai and Lachlan Valley Way, Boorowa.