Construction Sciences was engaged to provide professional utility coordination, comprehensive utility mapping and drainage investigations for the project.

Construction Sciences Utility Engineering group delivered comprehensive utility investigations and mapping data to Quality Level B as defined by the Australian Standard Classification of Subsurface Utility Information (SUI) AS5488-2013. Quality Level B utility data involves the application of non-intrusive surface geophysical methods to determine the existence and horizontal position of subsurface utilities.

Electronic detection methods were applied to identify and map over 600 utilities within the works area. The utilities were surveyed and depicted in CAD to enable a conflict analysis of the proposed design, and further eliminating potentially costly delays and utility relocations during construction.

Advanced CCTV technology provided the client with a condition assessment of the underground stormwater and sewer pipe infrastructure. The internal view of the pipes enabled technicians to thoroughly inspect the pipe structure and report on any damage and required maintenance.

Construction Sciences coordinated traffic management and lane closures during the project works. Construction Sciences’ professional utility coordination and expertise was integral during the project due to the volume of utilities and the difficult working conditions within a busy traffic corridor.