Structural Engineering

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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Jalrock Place

Nicholson Property Management were looking for a site to develop their largest property holding. icubed consulting assisted with due diligence on a number of prospective sites and chose this site at Carole Park, Queensland. Specific building requirements were provided to protect the building asset, and through site development, a building size and arrangement outside of

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Aus Organics

Organic Feed Mill Expansion The development of a new feed mill, additional cold store and packing room at AUS Organics and Kialla Foods, has provided another step in the growth of this pioneering organic business located south of Toowoomba. Organic grains are continuing to be more accessible to people for various applications. With the investment

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Vanderfield St George

icubed consulting designed and project managed the 3208 sq metre purpose- built extension at Vanderfield in St George from concept, development approval and tendering through to construction. The diverse team required on this project drew from icubed’s experienced Town Planners, Structural Engineers, Drafters, and Project Managers. Challenges of remote area installations were faced during construction

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Sapphire Wind Farm

Developed by CWP Renewables, the Sapphire Wind Farm (situated between Glen Innes and Inverell along the Gwydir Highway) is the second instalment in the New South Wales Northern Tablelands Renewables Hub. With a nameplate capacity of 270MW, Sapphire was at the time, the biggest single stage wind farm development that icubed have designed. Supporting Zenviron

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Ararat Wind Farm

icubed consulting provided the detailed civil and structural design for the Ararat Wind Farm, which comprises 75 Wind Turbine Generators with a combined power output of 240 MW. 34 of the 75 turbines are founded on a smaller concrete structure, that capitalises on the strength and high quality of the insitu rock. These smaller foundations

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Hitachi Perth

Integrally with Hitachi, icubed has provided cost planning and feasibility services in full architectural, structural, civil and hydraulic engineering and town planning services to gain approvals and project manage the construction of a new Corporate Services Facility in Perth, Western Australia. This has included researching current short falls in previous projects, working with Hitachi’s architectural

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Grosvenor Mine, Moranbah

Anglo American are developing the $1.95 billion dollar Grosvenor longwall project north of Moranbah approximately 190 km south west of Mackay, Queensland. The coal mine which will have an operational life in excess of 30 years and is the first underground coal mine in Queensland to use a tunnel boring machine to develop the access

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Taralga Wind Farm

icubed consulting, commissioned by Downer Utilities, undertook the role as the Civil and Structural Designer for the Balance of Plant Works at the Taralga Wind Farm. The Wind Farm, taken through its final stages of development by CWP Renewables, is located to the South-East of Taralga in the NSW Southern Tablelands. The Project consists of

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Boco Rock Wind Farm

The Boco Rock Wind Farm, built atop the ridgelines of the Monaro Highlands, adds an additional wind element to the already vast amount of renewable energy produced in the Snowy Mountains region. With a generation capacity of up to 113MW, Boco Rock will offset just below 300,000 tonnes of CO2 per annum while power ing

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