Jessica Park Pond Remediation, Kawana

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.

Pasha and Eaglefield Road Upgrades, Moranbah

45.92km rural road upgrade within Isaac Regional Council to accommodate increased heavy vehicle loading and improve flood immunity, safety and reliability.

The design included the upgrade and introduction of 9 culvert structures, 13 floodway structures and longitudinal drainage structures for the project.

NDRRA Queensland Reconstruction Authority

Projex Partners was engaged by Sunshine Coast Council to undertake the Project Management for Browns Road floodway and culvert restoration under the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA).


NDRRA site inspections, scoping, reporting and preparation of NDRRA submissions for Sunshine Coast Regional Council of sites in Peachester, Beerwah, Glenview, Pelican Waters, Landsborough, Beerburrm, Glass House Mountains, Yandina, Nambour, Palmwoods, Eumundi, Belli Park, Coolabine, Kiamba, Meridan Plains, Tanawah, Woombye, Mooloolah Valley, Gheerulla, Eerwah Vale, Dulong, Federal, Pomona, Cooroy, Lake MacDonald, Bald Knob, Maroochy River, Doonan, Reesville, Buderim, Mount Mellum, Balmoral Ridge, Cootharaba, Hunchy, Bli Bli, Coolum, Obi Obi, Weyba Downs, Sunshine Beach, Conondale and Little Mountain.

Proserpine Waterpark

Detailed design and documentation of the Proserpine Waterpark and adjoining carpark for Whitsunday Regional Council. Works included civil design, landscape design and pool hydraulics.

Surf Road and Okinja Road Urban Drainage Upgrade

Preliminary engineering design and documentation for the upgrade of an existing concrete trapezoidal channel located between Surf Road and Okinja Road, Alexandra Headland.  The channel upgrade is required to tie in to recently completed culvert and channel upgrades at the downstream and upstream extents of works respectively.  The purpose is to provide a visually uniform channel between Surf Road and Okinja Road.

Nicklin Way Drainage Investigation

The commission was to carry out drainage analysis and hydraulic modelling broken down into networks of the existing piped drainage system surrounding Nicklin Way from Tokara Canal to the Mooloolah River.

The need for the analysis resulted from customer complaints in regards to flooding adjacent to and along Nicklin Way during the March 2012 rain events.

The work was carried out progressively in 4 phases to best meet Council’s needs as follows:

Phase 1 – Data Compilation and Preliminary Catchment Plan
Phase 2 – Ground Truthing – Plan Finalisation of Existing Network
Phase 3 – Commencement of Existing Network Analysis
Phase 4 – Potential network improvements.