Reay Group Pipe & Civil (RSG) was established in 2004 and has grown to be the Civil Construction and PE Pipeline contractor of choice across the Bowen, Galilee and Surat Basins with branch offices in Moranbah and Clermont Queensland, Darwin in the Northern Territory and our newly opened branch in Melbourne, Victoria to support our expanding operations.
Operating predominantly within the resource, government, mining, civil and renewable industries, we build our customers trust and loyalty through the reliability and commitment of our staff.
We pride ourselves in our demonstrated ability to deliver high quality projects on time and on budget.
We deliver service in accordance with our HSEQ systems which are aligned to international standards.
We have an experienced and professional workforce, consisting of project managers, qualified plant operators, tradespeople, and construction workers. Our management and supervisory staff are all gas and water industry professionals.
We continue our evolution of growth and innovation by focusing on the following strategies:
- The continual improvement of organisational capacity focused on improving sustainability.
- Delivering operational excellence in every aspect of the company moulded by a set of core values that are shared by each and every employee.
We are committed to leaving a positive legacy in the communities in which we operate.
This includes creating and maintaining effective relationships with the traditional owners of the land, while drawing indigenous employees into those projects ensuring a legacy of skills and wealth remains long after project completion.
Our Office Locations
We can be contacted at Mackay, Moranbah, Clermont, Darwin, Sunshine Coast & Melbourne - Call us today to enquire about our range of services - 07 4951 2933
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Benefits of trenching
Specialising in all soil types, varying from hard rock through to sand trenching within the Australasia region. Our trenching service provides many benefits for clientele, including faster job completions, exact trench profiles, increased safety,Low environmental impact and less overall ground disturbance.
Our team has vast experience in rock trenching and underground utilities trenching, with a fleet of machines capable of various trench widths and depths.
Trenching is becoming the favoured method in many situations as it offers several clear advantages:
Advantages of Trenching vs Excavating
- Excavated material can be used for backfilling
- Time required for executing jobs is shorter than any other alternative
- A much smaller and neater path is cut through the terrain, offering an improved environment for pipeline construction
- Increased safety when working close to infrastructure such as existing pipelines and other services
- Overall process is less labour intensive
- Low environmental impact and less overall ground disturbance
Excavating with trenchers has evolved through advances in equipment design, quality and efficiency of excavation operations.
Economically this produces a better result as the productivity of trenchers is 15 times that of excavators.
A precise profile is trenched through the terrain reducing environmental impact and requires 60% less manpower reducing service and fuel costs.
One chain trencher can replace between 10 to 15 excavators on major projects
11 workers on a trenching crew can replace up to 50 workers needed for hard rock excavator / truck / rock breaker trenching operations
The T955 COMMANDER® is controlled through the TEC Plus electronic control system, which automatically adjusts the tractor for straight tracking in both directions, in all speeds, on all surfaces.
For pipeline projects requiring high horsepower and deep digging depths, Vermeer offers the T1055 COMMANDER® 3. This trencher is powered by a Caterpillar C13 ACERT Tier 3 engine with 415hp (310kw) and equipped with the TEC Plus electronic control system.
This heavy-duty trencher has the power to dig through solid rock for the installation of large-diameter pipe, typically engaged across the coal seam gas pipeline energy sector.