Category Archives: Marine Infrastructure Survey Projects

Queens Wharf – The Landing

Queens Wharf – The Landing

As a ‘green wharf’ with a series of grassy knolls and terraces that link back to Queen’s Wharf Plaza, The Landing will provide an event space that integrates the resort, city and river. The Landing will provide significant space for events such as large outdoor food, art and lighting festivals; recreation events; and water-based recreation.… Continue Reading

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

Goodwill Extension

Goodwill Extension

Queens Wharf Brisbane, Queensland The Goodwill Extension is part of the Queens Wharf Integrated Resort Development being constructed in Brisbane and covers more than 26 hectares of land and water, transforming the area into a leisure and entertainment destination. The scope of works involved marine piling, micro piling, over water structures, quality checks on pre-cast… Continue Reading

Brisbane International Cruise Terminal (BICT)

Brisbane International Cruise Terminal (BICT)

Port of Brisbane, Queensland Brisbane’s new cruise terminal will be a state-of-the art facility able to cater to cruise vessels of all sizes, including the largest ocean-going cruise ships in the world. The scope of works involves onshore, offshore vertical and raked piles, 250m wharf, 4 berthing dolphins, north and south air bridges, hydrographic surveys… Continue Reading

New Parallel Runway Hail North & South

New Parallel Runway Hail North & South

Brisbane Airport, Queensland Brisbane’s New Parallel Runway is currently under construction with the aim to expand the current runway system to effectively double its current capacity. Part of the project involved the construction of the high intensity approach lighting (HAIL) north and south structures. The lights will extend 720m from both the north and south… Continue Reading

Ferry Terminal Upgrade and Replacement

Ferry Terminal Upgrade and Replacement

Brisbane, Queensland The flood of January 2011 damaged or demolished much of the maritime infrastructure located along the Brisbane River, including Brisbane City Council’s ferry terminals. The project scope included eight new ferry terminals to the city, replacing or upgrading existing facilities along the river and relocating two terminals to improve links with other public… Continue Reading

Port of Brisbane Berth 11 and 12

Port of Brisbane Berth 11 and 12

Port of Brisbane, Queensland The Port of Brisbane has become Australia’s fastest growing container port in percentage terms and needed significant expansion. Part of this expansion involved the construction of its newest container facilities, Berths 11 and 12, with a total quay length of 660m and a total area of 26 hectares. EXEGEN was the… Continue Reading

APLNG Curtis Island and Mainland Roll on Roll off Facilities

APLNG Curtis Island and Mainland Roll on Roll off Facilities

Curtis Island, 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

QCLNG Construction Dock

QCLNG Construction Dock

Curtis Island, Queensland The Queensland Curtis LNG project is a multi-billion-dollar project constructed on Curtis Island Queensland. The construction dock was the first of any structure of all three LNG sites to be constructed and comprised of a ferry terminal for construction personnel to access the island, a roll on roll off ramp for vehicle… Continue Reading

BP Fuel Oil barge

BP Fuel Oil barge

Pinkenba, Queensland British Petroleum’s processing plant located on the down-stream reaches of the Brisbane River required a new Fuel Oil Barge Wharf as part of its development and expansion. The scope of works included 28 raked and 9 vertical piles, cast in-situ concrete load out platform and 4 berthing dolphins. The project was constructed alongside… Continue Reading

Captain Bishop Bridge

Captain Bishop Bridge

Port of Brisbane, Queensland Due to extensive growth of the Port of Brisbane, the Captain Bishop Bridge and associated roads at Fisherman Islands needed to be upgraded. The upgrade project was completed in August 2011, and included construction of a duplicate Captain Bishop bridge, replacement of the existing bridge, and an upgrade of the Lucinda… Continue Reading

Go Between Bridge

Go Between Bridge

Brisbane, Queensland The Go Between Bridge is a landmark inner city project that includes a four-lane cross-river bridge designed to increase accessibility to and from some of Brisbane’s most popular recreational, cultural, educational and residential precincts either side of the Brisbane River. Our scope of works involved surveying services for the construction of a 27… Continue Reading