- On February 26, 2015
Coast2Coast Earthmoving have built a strong reputation in the local construction industry for the provision of professional site cuts and the preparation of building pads for residential, commercial, civil and industrial projects. With our large labour force and a huge range of purpose built earthmoving machinery and vehicles, we are able to offer an immediate response to all types of construction jobs throughout South East Queensland.
We know the importance of quick and efficient turnaround. As soon as the site is cleared and the house pad preparation completed, the building process can actually begin. Due to client demand, we have expanded our existing services to provide cross-over gravel and siltation / sediment fences (barriers).
Coast2Coast Earthmoving now provide an all-in-one service with the supply of sediment control fencing in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Ipswich. Our products have a variety of residential, commercial, civil and industrial applications that range from silt retention to flood and erosion control. We offer the highest quality professional silt fences at the best price to meet all types of client needs – from large civil projects to owner builders and smaller builder/developers.
A silt fence or a sediment fence, is a temporary sediment control device used on construction and building sites to prevent sediment or loose soil from entering waterways including drains, streams, rivers, lakes and seas. Coast2Coast install all forms of Siltation and Sediment control devices as per Erosion and Sediment Control Plans (ESCP) and Storm Water Management Plans (SMP). Most councils in Australia have very strict guidelines to protect waterways and may issue on the spot fines to builders that do not abide by these regulations. Coast2Coast sediment control fencing products comply with Australian standards and all local council requirements. We actively ensure that our products and applications are delivered and installed to the most current environmental laws.
Coast2Coast silt fences are constructed with the highest quality materials consisting of a piece of filter fabric or geotextile stretched between wooden stakes along a horizontal contour level. The bottom edge of the fabric is trenched into the soil and backfilled on the uphill side to prevent any contaminated water from passing through the bottom on the fence. Any running water will slowly pass through the fence while leaving its sediments on the uphill side of the fence.
Coast2Coast will establish and provide ongoing maintenance programs to ensure that all Erosion and Sediment control devices are in full working order at all times.