Project Description

Flood Restoration

Program Management, NDRRA Works

GenEng Solutions is currently undertaking Program Management of restoration and betterment works on behalf of both Southern Downs Regional Council ($14M value) and Lockyer Valley Regional Council ($1.4M) following damage caused by ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie in March 2017.  Both programs have restoration undertaken by both day labour and external contract.

Additionally, our Asset Engineer sits within the team delivering works on behalf of Scenic Rim Regional Council.

Day labour co-ordination, NDRRA works

GenEng Solutions co-ordinated the delivery of day labour works for flood reconstruction on behalf of the Lockyer Valley Regional Council for both the 2011 and 2013 event.  The co-ordination role included programming and delivery of the works, as well as costing and financial management and involved a team of GenEng staff members.

The day labour activities had a value of approximately $20M per year.

Contract Management, NDRRA works

GenEng Solutions provided Project Management assistance to Western Downs Regional Council with the delivery of NDRRA works associated with the 2013 flood event via external contract.

TNRP Works Supervision

GenEng Solutions has undertaken contract management on behalf of the Queensland Government for flood restoration works in South West Queensland under TNRP, including planning for and supervision of road reconstruction projects.  The total value of the program is $950M.

GenEng Solutions has been directly responsible for the supervision of $70M in works involving pavement repairs and reconstruction, culvert repairs and replacement and repairs of bridges.

2013 Australia Day Flood Event – Emergent period

GenEng Solutions provided co-ordination of emergent works undertaken by the day labour workforce of the Lockyer Valley Regional Council following the January 2013 flood events to May 2013, as well as financial support for costing during the period.

Part of the Lockyer Valley area falling within the Mt Sylvia catchment was completely isolated with residents on 3 particular roads with a combined length of approximately 40 kilometres completely cut-off.  A subsequent major rainfall event approximately 4 weeks after the January 26 flooding was of similar magnitude in that part of the catchment, and it was essential for the co-ordination of activities across this catchment area to be co-ordinated with a focus on the establishment of 4WD access to all properties in the area.  $15M in works was undertaken during the period.

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