Macarthur, Victoria, Australia

All of the Helix Steel foundations finished perfectly, with no signs of cracking. 

   – Leighton Constructions


Project Summary

The Macarthur Wind Farm has the capacity to generate enough clean, green energy to power the equivalent of approximately 220,000 average Victorian households and also save approximately 1.5 million tons of greenhouse gases each year. 


Although the original design consisted of N24 bar at 140mm each way for shrinkage control, cracking was a major concern.  Thus Leighton Constructions turned to Helix Steel to three dimensionally reinforce 140 base structures and provide unparalleled pre-crack capabilities.  


Category:                 Infrastructure
Contractor:             Leighton Constructions
Location:                 Macarthur, Victoria AUS
Application:           Wind Turbine Foundation
Original Design:  N24 bar at 140mm each way                                                                  #8@6” OCEW

Helix Dosage:       18 kg/m3  or 30 lb/yd3 









Increase in Shear Strength:               70%

Increase in Modulus of Rupture:    11%

Increase in Durability:                        50%

Increased Speed of Construction:   2 Days/Base

Reduction in Carbon Footprint:     2 Tons/Base

 Infrastructure Projects

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