Excavation

6 Axis Pty Ltd provides a wide range of services such as excavation, demolition, equipment hire, landscaping, retaining walls and concreting.

Locally renowned for bulk and detailed excavation on construction sites for new house slab preparation including drilling piers through to tight access excavation throughout the Greater Sydney area and Macarthur regions. We currently have a small fleet of modern Caterpillar machines available so you can complete your project on time and within budget, all if which can have rock breaker or auger drives attached to them for a small fee.

Fully licensed and insured for all jobs up to $10million. You have a choice of being quoted on bulk and detailed excavations based on a cubic meter rate, tonne rate, or as a lump sum price so you are aware of all the costs upfront to stay within your budget.

We can service all your excavation needs including site levelling, cut and fill ready for concrete pour. We have the perfect machines and attachments to dig trenches, demolish concrete and drill piers up to 6 meters deep.

Federal Government to Adopt Us-Style Insolvency Rules to Help with Expected Wave of Business Closures

The Federal Government has announced it will overhaul insolvency rules, adopting an American-style model to help small businesses struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic to either restructure or fold. The new system is two-tiered. Large companies will work under existing insolvency rules, while business with liabilities of less than $1 million will have access to …

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Australian banks will defer loan repayments for small businesses affected by COVID-19 for six months.

It follows a $17.6B stimulus package set to boost construction businesses.  The roads sector has already begun to respond to the urgent need to the government to stimulate the economy, with AAPA calling for a package to address the transport infrastructure maintenance backlog. Following its $17.6 billion package, the Federal Government is putting together a second stimulus package. …

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The benefits of working from home during the coronavirus pandemic…

Normally Sydney siders commute up to 4hrs each day to get to and from work due to traffic caused by slow inconsiderate drivers or your typical accident / breakdown. The infrastructure in Australia is about 60 years behind any other third world country, with narrow lanes, not enough lanes, over regulation, a smorgasbord of signs …

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Earthworks in Sydney has begun for the new airport…

Major earthworks have commenced on one of Australia’s biggest earthmoving tasks to date. Construction on the new Western Sydney Airport site has moved ahead after CPB Contractors and joint venture partner Lendlease engineering were awarded the $644 million major earthworks contract back in September 2019. A further $5.3 billion will be invested by the Australian government in …

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The 6 Biggest Earthmoving Business Mistakes and How To Fix Them.

Let’s face it, the industry can be quite up and down at times… Add to that, unpredictable weather conditions don’t make our lives any easier. These unplanned events can put a serious dint in your earthmoving businesses cash flow. If your cash flow isn’t as healthy as you’d like then don’t fret. It’s possible you could be spending …

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When the shovel hits the ground for the first time – new house build.

When it comes to building your home, there’s a great deal of work that goes on behind the scenes before you can take the first steps towards constructing the building itself. One important stage in the process and the very first step when it comes to the process of building is excavation.If you’re building a …

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