Design and documentation of 4 drainage treatment upgrades located across the Moreton Bay Region.
Pettigrew Street included the design and construction certification of a Ecosol Trash Rack and surrounding works including fencing and barriers.
Midge Point boat ramp included the design of a boat ramp and causeway north of Mackay. The causeway and ramp are located within tidal land and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park which required the location to be positioned to minimise impact on marine plants and fish passage while minimising the footprint of works in an exposed coastal location.
Detailed design for the fauna crossings proposed on New Settlement Road, Burpengary.
Preparation of a tidal works application that supports the proposed maintenance dredging of the Mooloolah River between Mooloolah Island and Outrigger Park by Sunshine Coast Council.
Design, documentation, and civil construction certification of subsurface and surface drainage within Council’s reserve at Emerald Court, Mapleton.
Investigation and design of the existing pond function including remediation, to improve playing area within the park, improve water quality and a reduced ongoing maintenance costs to Sunshine Coast Council for pond maintenance.
Design of landslip remediation at the remote site of Port Stewart Road near Coen in Cape York.
Dump Ezy provides campers within the Cooloola National Park a clean user-friendly discharge point for portable toilets. Projex Partners alongside Future Plus Environmental provided the design and contract administration for the project. The facility includes underground sewer holding tanks, elevated water tank, solar powered water pump and high water alarm system. Site accessibility, very poor ground conditions and ongoing wet weather were some of the challenges overcome during the delivery of the project for Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services.
Projex Partners was engaged by Moreton Bay Regional Council to undertake a site investigation, geotechnical investigation and slope stability assessment of the existing embankment for the removal of a large tree at the eastern end of Eversleigh Road, Scarborough.
Projex Partners worked with Council to solve the slope stability issues and improve the useability of the site through the construction of a retaining wall and landscaping.
Projex Partners was engaged by Gympie Regional Council to investigate the causes of failure and design remedial works for the restoration of batter slips along Scrubby Creek Road in Western Gympie Region.
This project involved the restoration of batter slips both above and below the road in extremely steep topography (existing 1 on 1 batters) within highly erosive soils. Works included contract document preparations to TMR standards and preliminary detailed design of two concrete causeways.