Blackburn Lake viewing platform


This was a delicate project with several challenges to be met prior to its commencement. Restricted access, due to localised plant and tree life which needed to be protected and preserved, and installing screw piles into the layer of rock beneath the base of the lake. All of this had to be achieved from the bank. This project was completed with all challenges met. The viewing platform is now heavily used by the local community and is a wonderful way to view the surrounding wildlife.

Essendon Canoe Club Jetty


This completed jetty on the banks of Melbourne’s Maribyrnong river is a prime example of the versatility of screw piles, which for this project, needed to be designed to adhere to the surrounding environmental variables caused by the natural ebb and flows of the Maribyrnong. Screw piles are ideal for marine applications such as jetties, boardwalks and beachfront structures. They can also be used for pipelines, sign towers and lighting towers.

Peninsula Link


Prestige Foundations were engaged to work on noise walls, off structure barriers and retaining walls for the Peninsula Link project.

The 27 kilometre road extension link from Eastlink at Carrum Downs to the Mornington Peninsula Freeway at Mount Martha is now open and operating in Melbourne’s south east.  In addition, Prestige Foundations installed Golf Course Netting Structures adjoining Peninsula link at the Country Club International in Seaford.

M80 Upgrade


Prestige Foundations were engaged to work on noise walls, off structure barriers, gantry piers and retaining walls for the M80 Ring Road Upgrade project.

This project will improve the 38km Western and Metropolitan Ring Roads, from the Princes Freeway at Laverton North to the Greensborough Highway at Greensborough.