Civil engineering design development for all infrastructure including wastewater, water, drainage, earthworks, retaining walls and road networks.
We manage the project through all phases from planning feasibility, concept and detail design, tendering and contract administration.
We understand a wide variety of project requirements for the management of stormwater. Our skills in UWMPs include the full calculation of drainage storage and infrastructure networks within large scale residential, industrial and commercial and rural catchments. We have completed UWMPs over areas greater than 100 Ha down to 1 Ha developments.
The secret to a good design is the quality and accuracy of your concept design work. We take great pride in obtaining sufficient information to undertake specific calculations, generating appropriate levels of accuracy to quickly understand the goals of the project, the likely costs and therefore indicative budgets.
The goal of Detail Design is to refine the engineering concepts to sufficient level for approval by all authorities tendering by contractors and for our team to have confidence in managing the delivery of the project in construction.
At tender administration phase we compile drawings, specifications, BoQs and the tender document for distribution to either selected tenderers or in the case of government projects, the tender is advertised for a select period and we manage the applications process. At the completion of this phase we run a full analysis of all received tenders and provide a detailed recommendation report.
The final phase of any civil engineering project is the Construction. Our role is vital in the management of the contract. The key management deliverables include chairing of fortnightly meetings, collation of minutes, booking and attendance at all regulatory authority meetings, responses to contractor requests for information and review of monthly progress claims.
ISRs are utilised in many areas of engineering. They can be produced as stand-alone documents, either for private development clients or for local governments in planning processes for future development areas or as the commencement of a feasibility process for developers.
The SDS can be a vital component of the UWMP or a stand alone document for smaller developments where a detailed understanding of drainage requirements is sufficient for approvals. Our SDS usually incorporates calculations, a written report and detailed drainage plans.