Topsy Creek Road

Black & More finalized designs and project managed construction of upgrades along Topsy Creek Road under 2 stages of follows.

Stage 1.

• Causeway No.1 – Gooseberry Creek (350m x 7m concrete causeway with rock protection either side).

• Causeway No.2 – Sand Hole (150m x 7m concrete causeway including 6/1200×900 box culverts and rock protection either side).

• Causeway No.3 – Boomerang Creek (250m x 7m concrete causeway with rock protection either side).

Stage 2.

• Causeway No.4 – (150m x 7m concrete causeway with rock protection either side).

• Road and Drainage Upgrades at Various Locations.

• Barge Ramp.

The aim of the project was to provide an alternate supply route to the Community during the wet season when other access roads are closed. These works were funded by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development and the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Lockhart River Esplanade Road

Civil engineering design and project management for design of a new esplanade road. Works included construction of a new culvert, 260 metres of sealed road with flush kerbing and concrete barge unloading facility.

Portland Roads Restoration and Redevelopment Works

Black & More provided master planning, civil engineering design and project management to the construction of major disaster recovery and redevelopment works on a 62km stretch of access road to the Lockhart River community. Planning works involved coordination and logistics for delivery of works under multiple government programs including NDRRA, CRF, TIDS and CIMA. Works involve: bridging multiple creeks; re-sheeting and table drain recovery; sealing and resilience works.

Indigenous State Infrastructure Program Technical Advisor

Black & More was engaged by the State Government to advise on project identification, delivery methodology, design and documentation and construction. The projects included water, sewerage and solid waste infrastructure in remote Indigenous communities across the State.

Pascoe River Crossing – Portland Road

Black & More project managed the design and construction of the rectification and upgrade to the Pascoe Crossing. These works were funded by QRA (NDRRA), CRF and Council. This crossing is a vital link on the only access Road into Lockhart River.

Lockhart River Engineering Services

Black & More acts in the role of Consulting Engineer to Council and oversees the delivery of multiple civil and building engineering projects.

Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme VfM Analysis

Black & More undertook a Value for Money Analysis of works undertaken as part of the TIDS Program in Torres Strait. Our team assessed roads and drainage construction and seaport remediation against the Value for Money Guidelines of the Australian Government

Miskin Housing Estate

Lead consultant in the master planning, project management and civil engineering of a hillside subdivision and 18 housing units.

MIP6 NPARC Bamaga Sewerage Lagoons Upgrade and Regional Waste Facility

Black & More are managing the delivery of the upgrade works to the Bamaga Sewerage Lagoons and construction of the new Northern Peninsula Area (NPA) Regional Waste Facility. The Bamaga Sewerage Lagoons Upgrade involves the expansion of existing primary and secondary treatment ponds and increase in effluent disposal area. The NPA Regional Waste Facility project involves construction of a new landfill facility at Injinoo, new waste transfer station at Umagico and the closure of the existing landfill facility at Umagico.

Mapoon Accommodation

Black & More managed the funding application, design, documentation and construction of the Mapoon accommodation facility. This facility included 2 x 2 bedroom accommodation units, 4 x 1 bedroom accommodation units and 2 x 1 PWD accommodation units, car parking facilities, access paths, laundry facility and storage, central BBQ shelter and landscaped gardens. Council and the local Mapoon Workforce had significant involvement in the construction of this project which has provided significant economic benefits to the community.