Civil Engineering design of roads, park lands and associated structures. Project management of water park, fishing platforms and amenities.
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.
Program development and management of an awarded program to deliver health infrastructure projects across 20 island communities. Over 60 projects delivered comprising water treatment and supply; sewerage reticulation; roads, stormwater and subdivisions
Technical advisor to the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet. Black & More worked with Army and the community to deliver a reticulated sewerage system and treatement plant; a multipurpose administration building and sporting facilities.
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.
Black & More acts in the role of Consulting Engineer to Council and oversees the delivery of multiple civil and building engineering projects.
Black & More managed design and construction of the Aurukun Waterpark Project consisting of a new concrete splashpad and features (including tipping bucket) within the existing swimming pool footprint; a new kiosk and amenities building; two new shade structures consisting of steel framing, colorbond roof sheeting, and new concrete slabs; a masonry block plant room to house the splashpad pumps, filters, and switchboards; and finished off with live and artificial turf.
Black & More undertook engineering inspections of ‘water points’ on the route of the Peninsula Development Road stretching the length of Cape York Peninsula. These inspections informed the planning of major construction works aimed at sealing the PDR for the first time.