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    2018 Commonwealth Games Transit Malls

    Client: Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) TMR completed an initial investigation of Transit Malls for the Commonwealth Game. Transit Malls are significant public transport stations or interchanges that are integrated with the surrounding streets. For the Commonwealth Games, these Transit Malls will support the movement of the Games Family, athletes, spectators, journalists and broadcasters with bus services. […]

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    Australia Pacific LNG Water Treatment Facility

    MWH has been appointed by Origin Energy to provide detailed design services for two proposed water treatment facilities as part of the Australia Pacific LNG project. The Australia Pacific LNG project is a 50:50 joint venture between Origin and ConocoPhillips and incorporates the upstream gas and water gathering and treatment facilities, which are the first stage of […]

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    Beneficial Reuse in the Surat Basin

    The treatment and reuse of associated water produced as a byproduct of coal seam gas extraction is both an issue and opportunity for oil and gas exploration and production companies. MWH Global is applying our knowledge of water treatment principles, in combination with our water resources and agricultural expertise, to partner with these companies to […]

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    Bundall Business Precinct Transport and Parking Plan

    The Bundall Business Precinct (BBP) has a history of transport and parking issues due to a significant number of users competing for limited parking and a lack of public transport in the area. The Gold Coast City Council (GCCC) is looking to expand its activities in the BBP and has purchased the Waterside East and […]

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    Carlton Plains Irrigation Infrastructure

    MWH provided Tropical Forestry Services with a planning and design of irrigation infrastructure for an 8,000 hectare horticultural development within a 16,000 hectare property. These services underpinned the successful implementation of irrigation infrastructure in a remote region of Western Australia.

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    Centroc Carbon Plus Study and Water Security Study

    Centroc represents sixteen local governments of Central NSW and exists to provide advocacy services for the region. The Centroc local governments are spread across the Upper Lachlan Valley and the Macquarie River. These two rivers have been in severe drought for most of the current decade. Water supply security has been identified by Centroc as […]

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    Christchurch Earthquake Reinstatement Program

    The Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 have had a major economic impact on the region and on New Zealand. The earthquakes rank as one of the costliest natural disasters for insurers worldwide since 1950. The Christchurch rebuild will cost the equivalent of around 10 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). With continuing aftershocks, damage […]

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    Dapto Level Crossing

    Client: Wollongong City Council MWH was engaged by Wollongong City Council to provide engineering services to facilitate the design of traffic and rail infrastructure interface at Bong Bong Road Level crossing in Dapto. MWH provided support to Wollongong City Council in development of the Traffic Planning and Modelling, rail infrastructure elements of the project, whilst facilitating […]

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    Dunedin International Airport

    When Dunedin International Airport Ltd decided to upgrade and extend its terminal facilities, MWH was commissioned to deliver designs for the mechanical and HVAC services. Addressing the complex demands of highly variable occupancy, the challenging environment (the outdoor temperature varies from -9°C to 35°C) and ambitious energy efficiency goals for the 10,000m² terminal, required an […]

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    Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme

    In 2007, MWH was commissioned to develop the Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme (ESSS) to convey and treat wastewater flows for the projected population increases of the communities of Prebbleton, Lincoln and Rolleston which had already seen two decades of significant growth. Following the devastating Canterbury earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, these towns experienced rapid growth, […]