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Finalists in the Premier Of Queensland’s Export Awards

Thank you to Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Trade and Investment Queensland for the wonderful hospitality at the 2021 Queensland Export Awards gala.  icubed were finalists in the Sustainability and Professional Services categories.  Although we did not go home with a win, we certainly made the most of the awards evening held at Brisbane City Hall. …

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Director Nick Canto presents at the IPWEA Queensland (IPWEAQ) annual conference 2021

icubed consulting Director Nick Canto presented his paper “Port to Project Logistics for Wind Farms. Practical Assessment of Impacts on Transport Infrastructure”, co-authored by Roderick Hetherington, at the IPWEA Queensland (IPWEAQ) annual conference in #Cairns on 14 October 2021. Nick draws on his almost 20 years’ experience across the practical assessment and delivery of hundreds of wind turbines in Australia …

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Compton Road Bridge

Logan City Council have shared this great time-lapse video showing the quick installation of their new 32m Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP) trussed bridge linking Compton Road to the Greenlink Environmental and Recreation Corridor. icubed consulting were engaged by Wagners to design, inspect and certify this in addition to the 14m FRP trussed bridge, 50m of FRP elevated boardwalk …

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Transporting Wind Turbines: An Oversized Challenge

The first wind turbine components have started arriving at the Bango Wind Farm project, which is located approximately 35km Northwest of Yass, NSW. The detailed design for over 37km of internal access tracks, 46 crane hardstands and Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) foundations are just some of the elements that encapsulate icubed’s involvement at Bango Wind …

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Completion of Stage 2 of Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia Wacol Facility

The 2nd stage of Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia’s (HCMA) Wacol facility commenced in 2012 with the purchase of two allotments adjacent to their current Stage 1 development. Similar to their other sites, Wacol stage 2 was designed to accommodate a high-quality, serviced workshop, warehouse and office facilities. Other specialist fit outs included paint booths, wash …

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