Appointed as the lead audit surveyor for the New Parallell Runway Project, Jan de Nul (Australia), the EPCM, required DTS to provide high accuracy control networks throughout the reclamation area.
Stringent parameters were placed on the network which required residuals to sub-centimetre accurancy over an area of 500 hectares. DTS employed the techniques identified through the Intergovernmental Commitee on Surveying and Mapping to establish and adjust the control network. Additional control surveys were performed to enable monitoring of structures for movement resulting from the construction and dredging process. A rigorous least squares adjustment for both horizontal and vertical position was carried out to ensure confidence in the resultant data. An extensive understanding of network adjustments, error analysis and the use of state of the art survey equipment resulted in an outstanding outcome on an iconic Brisbane Project.
Mining and Infrastructure
Jan de Nul (Australia) Pty Ltd
Brisbane City CouncilNew Parallel Runway Establish Primary Survey Control Monitoring Surveys and Conformance Reporting
New Parallel Runway
Establish Primary Survey
Control Monitoring Surveys and Conformance Reporting