We provide support to get your property connected to essential services. Where sites do not have access to networks such as water and sewer, we can assist in identifying your options and then our engineers will work with our planners and surveyors to get the relevant consents for you. We can then design and oversee construction of civil services to make it all happen.
Civil engineers design, construct, project manage and commission (make ready for use) a wide range of facilities and infrastructure for communities, such as buildings, bridges, roads and pipe networks. These facilities provide people with a reliable, safe, sustainable and modern environment.
Civil engineers enable development by designing earthworks and roads to make sites accessible. We are then needed to design the drainage and levels of a site to ensure stormwater can be safely conveyed away from properties, and risks of flooding are reduced. Civil engineers design and co-ordinate the connection of essential services such as water, power, telecommunications and sewerage systems.
Our civil engineers are renowned problem-solvers and experts in design, contract administration and construction supervision.
Our civil engineers are experienced in providing:
- Roading, right of way and car park design
- Sewer reticulation, including gravity and pumped systems
- Hydraulic modelling of sewer, storm water and high pressure water networks
- Earthworks design, supervision and testing
- Stormwater network design including detention basins, treatment systems and pump stations
- High pressure water reticulation and networks design and supervision
- Arranging power, telecommunication and landscaping services
- Contract administration including the preparation of tender documents, specifications and schedules
- Construction supervision and management
Civil Engineering FAQs
High Pressure Water is the common term used by engineers for potable or drinking water supplied by a reticulated (piped infrastructure) network.
We sure can. We provide complete support from consenting and surveying, through to engineering design of accessways (roads and right of ways) and ensuring all the essential services are connected to your property.
An ESC is an Erosion and Sediment Control Plan and determines the processes and methods to be used onsite to minimise the potential effects of erosion and sedimentation during construction. We can assist in providing this plan for you
If you would like to meet with us to explain your needs and hear the different options available to you, with no obligation or initial consultation charges, you can click on the below link to arrange a 30-minute session with one of our experts.