Civil Engineering

Crudine Wind Farm

icubed consulting, working with Zenviron, have successfully delivered the balance of plant civil works for the Crudine Ridge Wind Farm for CWP Renewables. The wind farm is located 45km South of Mudgee in New South Wales and consists of 37 3.8 MW GE turbines, with a 91.5 metre hub height, and a rotor diameter of […]

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Murra Warra Wind Farm

Conceptually a 116-turbine wind farm, icubed consulting supported both Downer and Zenviron respectively in the 61-turbine Stage 1 Senvion Wind Farm and the 38-turbine Stage 2 General Electric Wind Farm. Situated in the flat Wimmera fields, the 220m blade tipped turbines can be seen rising above the fog for miles. The flat, silty nature of

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Waipipi Wind Farm NZ

Waipipi Windfarm is situated in South Taranaki on the Western Coast of the New Zealand North Island and was icubed’s first renewables venture across the Tasman sea. The wind farm sits atop iron sand dunes and extends to within a few hundred metres of the coastline. The major civil challenge for the project has been,

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Dundonnell Wind Farm

icubed consulting undertook the role of Civil and Structural Designer for the Balance of Plant Works at Dundonnell Wind Farm, delivered by our long-term partner Zenviron. The project, developed by Tilt Renewables, consists of 80 Vestas Wind Turbine Generators, with an individual capacity of 4.2MW. Combined, the project has a total potential power output of

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Hitachi Tile St

The 2nd stage of Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia’s (HCMA) Wacol facility was designed to accommodate a high-quality, serviced workshop, warehouse and office facilities. Other specialist fit outs included paint booths, wash bays, overhead cranes, reticulated oil and air, oily water and stormwater management with cloud-based monitoring of water and energy consumption. Like all sites, this

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Moreton Bay Cycleway

icubed consulting were engaged by Redland Shire Council to design and manage the development of a new shared pedestrian pathway and cycleway at Victoria Point. The Moreton Bay Cycleway at Victoria Point consists of a 3m wide pathway comprising sections of concrete pathway and raised boardwalk. It winds through areas of native bushland and intermittently

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Agnew Mine

The Goldfields Agnew Mine is the site of one of the first, and most successful, renewable micro-grids developed to power metallurgical processing and mining infrastructure. The micro grid consists of a combination of fossil fuels, 16MW gas and 3MW diesel generation, supplemented with 4MW solar generation, 18MW Wind Generation from 5 Gold Wind Australia towers

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Christensen Road Development

Icubed consulting were commissioned to undertake design, approval and construction management on Stage 2 of the Proximity@Yatala Industrial subdivision. Completion of the subdivision works in this prime industrial estate sees the creation of 8 new lots ranging from 5431m2 to 1.604ha in size. As part of the works, the existing detention basin for the larger estate was retrofitted to include a

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Yarranlea Solar Farm

The Yarranlea Solar Farm was conceived by one of icubed consulting’s founders, Nick Canto, in 2016. icubed consulting undertook all preliminary assessments, location selection, and PV solar sizing for the project, before establishing a landowner agreement for 250 hectares of land at Yarranlea, approximately 50 km west of Toowoomba in Queensland. All facets of the

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Pinkenba Wharf

Construction was completed on the world’s first Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP) wharf at Pinkenba in July 2018 for Wagners at their Pinkenba cement facility in Brisbane. Having been designed for large bulk handling vehicles, and equipment, including mooring forces from a 40,000t vessel, the wharf will be expecting a new vessel every 3 weeks. icubed

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