Category Archives: Civil Infrastructure Survey Projects

The Green Bridge

The Green Bridge

Gold Coast, Queensland The Gold Coast’s Green Bridge project is a key element Gold Coast Cultural Precinct Masterplan. The project includes the design and construction of a 130-metre pedestrian and cycle link which will span the Nerang River and connect to Chevron Island, near the Thomas Drive retail and restaurant precinct. The bridge will be… Continue Reading

New England Highway Upgrade

New England Highway Upgrade

Bolivia Hill, New South Wales The New England Highway Upgrade at Bolivia Hill involves the construction of 2.1km of new road, a new 320-metre long bridge, wider lanes in each direction and widened road shoulders to improve safety. Scope of works for the project also includes: upgrading 2.1 km of the New England Highway; widening of… Continue Reading

Dryandra Road Project

Dryandra Road Project

Brisbane Airport, Queensland The Dryandra Road Project is a reinforced concrete 4-lane underpass structure, supported on approximately 700 precast concrete piles including 1.5km of roadway, full underpass fitout with portions of taxiway and airfield road mounted atop the underpass structure. The existing Dryandra Road is located north of the Domestic Terminal at Brisbane Airport and… Continue Reading

Queensland Rail Stabling Project

Queensland Rail Stabling Project

Robina, Banyo, Elimbah and Woombye, Queensland The Rail Stabling Project has been initiated to construct new stabling facilities in four locations across the south-east of Queensland.  A design and construct project that is aimed to help house 75 new six-car trains at Woombye, Elimbah, Banyo and Robina. The scope of works involves detail pick-up for… Continue Reading

Moura West Upgrade

Moura West Upgrade

Moura, Queensland Moura West Upgrade project is part of WIRP Stage one.  The $30 million Project included upgrading approximately 6.6km of rail infrastructure from the end of the Moura Mine turnout to the proposed Cockatoo Coal Balloon Loop on the Moura Short Line. Works included earthwork and drainage, track infrastructure, power systems, signals and telecommunications. The… Continue Reading

Water Treatment Facilities, APLNG

Water Treatment Facilities, APLNG

Surat Basin, Queensland The Australia Pacific LNG project is one of the largest coal seam gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in Australia. It involves developing CSG fields in the Surat and Bowen Basins in Queensland, construction of a 530km pipeline and a new LNG facility on Curtis Island, offshore from Gladstone. It… Continue Reading

GLNG Curtis Island earthworks

GLNG Curtis Island earthworks

Gladstone, Queensland The GLNG project is a pioneering initiative to convert coal seam natural gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export to global markets. It represents a major investment in a cleaner energy source and fuel for the future. The project involves developing gas fields from the Bowen and Surat Basins in south-western… Continue Reading

Jilalan Rail Yard Upgrade

Jilalan Rail Yard Upgrade

Sarina, Queensland Jilalan Rail Yard provides maintenance and service to the trains that haul coal on the Goonyella coal supply chain. The supply chain stretches from Central Queensland’s Bowen Basin mines to the coal terminals at Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay near Mackay on the North Queensland coast. Part of the upgrade involved two bypass… Continue Reading

Wyaralong Dam

Wyaralong Dam

Boonah, Queensland Wyaralong Dam is the newest dam in South East Queensland, completed in 2011. The dam holds 102,883 mega litres of water at full capacity. The lake and surrounding areas also provide recreation facilities and have become a major tourist drawcard for the Scenic Rim region. The Wyaralong Dam is located in the Logan… Continue Reading

Bundamba Wastewater Treatment Plant

Bundamba Wastewater Treatment Plant

Bundamba, Queensland The BAWTP stage 1a has the capacity to produce 20 mega-litres of highly purified recycled water each day.  The process used microfiltration and reverse osmosis membranes coupled with an advanced oxidation to remove impurities producing water fit for human consumption.  The scope of works involved removal of existing structures, bulk earthworks including excavation… Continue Reading