At FSC, we love to build things
At FSC we love to build things. It’s at the core of what we do as a company and drives all our services. We help our clients take infrastructure from paper to reality.
Our expertise includes:
- Project management
- Project controls
- Constructability analysis
- Procurement and subcontractor management
We Integrate with your team
We integrate into your organisation to become a true partner. We are on-site early and care genuinely about the outcomes of the projects which we work on.
The trust we build with our clients is why we have such strong relationships with those we work with.
We offer a flexible service
Our service is flexible. We scale up and down as our clients require. We are responsive and can react quickly to solve our client’s problems. Our process is to assess each project individually and provide the right level of service to meet each project’s requirements.
Our business has been designed to innovate.
Our team structure, Blue Sky Projects framework, and focus on iterative learning means we are built to invent.
This is how we improve our service and bring additional value to our clients to give them an edge.
Metro Tunnel Project
FSC has been closely involved in critical aspects of the Metro Tunnel project, from the initial planning and execution of the ground investigation works through to managing key facets of the Early Works.
FSC has also assisted in the planning, construction and design management of many of the project’s most challenging elements, including relocating a heritage-listed memorial, shaft excavations at CBD South and complex building demolition works.
Hazelwood Mine Rehabilitation Project
At Hazelwood our team have managed $72m of bulk earthworks to rehabilitate hundreds of acres of former mining land, including capping landfill sites and reprofiling the mine’s batters. Our tasks have included planning, budgeting, cost tracking, site management, quality assurance and design optimisation – not only for the earthworks, but also for new drainage and pipelines.
Faced with the challenge of moving around 4.5 million m³ of earth, FSC’s forward planning has maximised productivity while tightly controlling labour and plant costs.