Working in regional South Australia, DRASOL workers encounter a wide range of native wildlife. One such example is the Missulena occatoria also known as the Red-Headed Mouse Spider, discovered in the paddocks around Berri.
Despite the disruption and challenges that COVID19 has caused over the past year, DRASOL continues to operate successfully in the Civil, Rail & Solar industries.
Despite the challenges of the summer heat, flies and dust, working as a team for DRASOL gets the job done.
The Darlington Upgrade Project is an important stage in the delivery of Adelaide’s North- South Corridor, comprising approximately 3.3 kilometres of motorway with significant grade separations and road bridges – including: A non-stop motorway between the Southern Expressway and Tonsley Boulevard. A lowered, non-stop motorway passing underneath Flinders Drive, Sturt Road, Sutton Road/Mimosa Terrace and […]
The Bungala Solar Farm Project is a solar power farm adjacent to Emeroo and Wami Kata near Port Augusta in South Australia. Stage One was connected to the grid in May 2018. The second and final stage was connected to the grid in early November 2018. The completed project contributes 220 MW to the electricity […]