Temporary Works and Construction Engineering

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We have expertise in the following areas of construction engineering:

  • Complete construction systems, methodologies and purpose-designed plant for the construction of major infrastructure;
  • Temporary retention systems such as sheet pile walls and cofferdams;
  • Ground dewatering and seepage assessments;
  • Purpose designed crane platforms and mobile bridges;
  • Slope stability assessments and ground improvement;
  • Specialist form systems, personnel access, and lifting studies for major infrastructure;
  • Specialist design work for pontoons, barges and self-elevating platforms (SEP), including heavy load support and crane lifts; and
  • Specialist design work for piling leaders and piling gates.

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Phase 1 works complete on Growler Airborne Electronic Attack Capability Facilities Project

The Growler Airborne Electronic Attack Capability Facilities Project at RAAF Base Amberley, Queensland, Australia has reached a milestone in construction with the recent completion of Phase 1 works and the initiation of Phase 2 construction. In conjunction with the Delamere... Read More
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Commissioning complete at the Rubyanna Wastewater Treatment Plant

Commissioning has reached completion at the Rubyanna Wastewater Treatment Plant in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia. Bonacci Infrastructure delivered both the structural and civil design packages for this $40 million project, including: A new 57 x 47 metre membrane bioreactor with post-tensioned... Read More
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Construction tendering to commence for Paramatta River Pedestrian Bridge

Construction tendering will commence soon for the Paramatta River Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge which will cross the river at Alfred Street in Paramatta, New South Wales, Australia. Bonacci Infrastructure delivered all design documentation for the bridge from concept to detailed... Read More
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Southern Cross Cement Terminal nearing completion

Construction is nearing completion at the Port of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia for the new Southern Cross Cement Terminal, a cement storage facility comprising eight elevated silos with a combined capacity of 42,000 tonnes, two 44 metre high transfer towers and... Read More