PROJECT ONE - INGHAM TO TULLY EASEMENT SURVEY 2009
The project involved the development of easement plans for 95km of powerline, through 80 separate properties. The land included agricultural land through to extremely rugged National Park. Our client, Powerlink, was required to upgrade the main supply from Ingham to Tully due to the age of existing structures. They required alterations in the existing route to provide better access to Powerlink and less intrusion on agricultural practice.
PROJECT TWO - BLACKWATER TO EMERALD EASEMENT SURVEY AND PROFILE SURVEY
Ergon Energy engaged Hoffmann Surveyors to survey for the development of an easement along the Blackwater to Emerald Rail Line. We were required to produce new easement plans for two lots with an amended profile survey. Using our well established expertise in reinstatements and easement surveys we were able to provide excellent value for money to our client, ensuring full compliance with legislative requirements, and a proven ability to engage successfully with stakeholders in regional communities.
CLIENT: ERGON ENERGY
PROJECT THREE - RE-ALIGN GLADSTONE-ROCKHAMPTON RAIL LINE
Aurizon (QR National) engaged Hoffmann Surveyors to direct a large reconfiguration of land for future development in the Yarwun/Aldoga area. The project included survey and plan preparation to realign Gladstone-Rockhampton rail line in the Aldoga area for future development of state controlled land.
PROJECT FOUR - TMR RESUMPTION SURVEYS – BURNETT AND BRUCE HIGHWAYS 2012–13
The project involved the widening of the Bruce and Capricorn Highways immediately south of Rockhampton to enable the construction of high level bridges to minimise the impact of flooding. It included 3km of new road through seven parcels of land including state controlled easement corridor. We successfully submitted plans to the Contractor prior to the end of year deadline + 10% being achieved. Our extensive knowledge of ambulatory boundary legislation enabled us to contact DNRM to apply for reserved plan of survey status, reducing the amount of work required and resources used for our client.
CLIENT: QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT – DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND MAIN ROADS
PROJECT FIVE - DETAIL SURVEY FOR ENGINEERING ROAD DESIGN OF ROAD REALIGNMENT
The project involved the aligning of road corridors to existing constructed roads in the Diamantina Shire. This included logging of all roads, both DTMR and Council controlled, followed by the compilation of survey plans to realign the roads. DTMR engaged Hoffmann Surveyors to ensure the road corridors matched the constructed roads. We utilized GNSS in kinematic mode to post process data, improving the accuracy of the solution for DTMR.
CLIENT: DIAMANTINA SHIRE COUNCIL
PROJECT SIX - BUILDING AND CIVIL SETOUT – NEW TERMINAL AND APRON AREA, LONGREACH, APRIL 2012–JUNE 2013
Hoffmann Surveyors was engaged by Woollam Constructions to establish site control, set out building, including services, and set out new apron area, including line marking after construction. We delivered the survey to the client within required time frames and estimated budget. Positive feedback was received from the client regarding delivery of the project. This included positive and consistent communication on project progress, as well as safety management and innovative capture methods.
CLIENT: WOOLAM CONSTRUCTIONS
PROJECT SEVEN - BUILDING SETOUT – NORTH ROCKHAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL
The project involved measuring the existing structure to determine the exact location of the building and set out gridlines for construction. The project deliverables included an identification survey and preparation of a plan capable of registration in DNRM. The detail survey included site boundaries, contours, existing buildings, services, vegetation and neighbouring structures.
CLIENT: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
PROJECT EIGHT - DIAMANTINA NATIONAL PARK CAMP GROUNDS DETAIL SURVEY AND VEGETATION MAPPING – DECEMBER 2012
DERM engaged Hoffmann Surveyors to complete aerial photo control and ground-truthing for detail survey and mapping of vegetation, roads, tracks, campsites, existing structures and the extent of existing disturbance on site. This also included drainage lines including the riverbank to the existing water level. We delivered the survey to DERM’s standards and agreed formats.
CLIENT: DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT