Water related infrastructure assets are integral to the planning and development of society; from dams and water treatment plants to flood-ways and recently, water sensitive urban design. With federal government support in Australia, many water infrastructure projects have been accelerated under the National Water Infrastructure Development Fund.
Much of Australia’s water infrastructure was developed when its major cities were being built – and as such, are either close to, or have reached their maximum design limitations. With Australia’s population growing, greater demand is being placed on our water assets and waste assets.
Living in a drought prone country, and also working in international countries with long monsoon seasons, our team understand the importance of professional water management – in all environments.
Our team have worked across all spectrums of water asset management, from re-design of major stormwater systems following Brisbane’s 2011 floods, to project management of major water treatment facilities in regional Queensland. We understand the sensitive variables when working with water, and the impact that water management has on society as a whole.
To find out more, contact Steven Park
Kenya Water Treatment Plant
NDRRA 18A Event Floodways
Transport and Main Roads, QLD
Stormwater Design Analysis
University of Queensland