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    Pimpama Coomera Waterfuture Master Plan Implementation Alliance

    MWH joined forces with Gold Coast City Council and Gold Coast Water to form the Pimpama Coomera Waterfuture Master Alliance (PCWF). Alliance members share the challenge to deliver the PCWF Master Plan for Gold Coast Water (GCW), supporting Gold Coast City Council’s Northern Wastewater Strategy to manage the urban water cycle in the Staplyton, Pimpama […]

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    Predictive and Operational Analytics

    In a world of constrained water resources and extreme weather events that can often disrupt water supply, effective water management is paramount. The challenges of managing water supply and security have contributed to rising costs for customers in recent years. Water utilities across the board are being challenged to reduce the costs of supply to […]

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    Quay Street Cycleway Detailed Design

    This project has involved the design of a two-way, 1km long urban cycle route along Auckland’s CBD waterfront between Lower Hobson Street and Plummer Street.

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    Risk Aggregation Project

    Challenge The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE), as the portfolio agency for the water industry in Victoria, Australia, receives information on enterprise risks of Victorian water corporations. Nineteen water corporations provide enterprise risk information using different risk frameworks and different risk contexts.

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    State Emergency Risk Assessment Project

    Challenge The Department of Justice on behalf of the Government of Victoria wanted to develop an up-to-date understanding ofVictoria’s emergency risk profile through the assessment of 14 emergency risks in a state level context. This was achieved through the application of the Victorian State Emergency Risk Assessment Methodology (SERAM). This involved identifying and assessing the […]

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    Transport Network Reconstruction Program

    Helping rebuild Queensland’s roads In the summers of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, the Australian state of Queensland was hit by cyclones and significant flooding. Queensland’s road network received more damage than any other state government asset, with more than 8,700 kilometres of the state’s road network requiring reconstruction. The budget for the reconstruction works […]