GBA are the Project Managers for the Barcaldine Racecourse Turfing project.
George Bourne & Asssociates are the project managers of the construction of the Muttaburrasaurus Interpretation Centre design by architect Brian Hooper.
George Bourne & Associates are the Project Managers for the delivery of Isaac Regional Council's W4Q Hardcourt Rehabilitation Project. The project involves the rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of tennis, netball, basketball and multipurpose courts in Clermont, Middlemount, Dysart, Nebo and St Lawrence.
This is a 3.9 km pave and seal project on the Fitzroy Developmental Road between Taroom and Bauhinia. George Bourne & Associates designed the project, and are currently assisting Central Highlands Regional Council with the delivery of the works.
This project involved Design and Project management of the renewal of kerb and channel, footpaths, median strips and landscaping to the main street of Birdsville.
This culvert is located at Abor Creek on the Magenta Langton road, between Capella and Clermont. It was part of the Queensland Recovery Authority betterment program to improve access to residents during flooding. Construction commenced in April and the road was re-opened in June 2017.
Timber bridges that required major repairs were replace with precast modular bridges, improving access and reducing Councils long term maintenance requirements.
The Terminal building replaced a very small toilet structure constructed in the 1960’s. The new building has facilities for baggage check in, make up and drop off, as well as a dedicated pilots rooms. The large shaded open areas are the perfect place to say goodbye or meet and greet. The building was delivered on time and under budget and was designed to be robust and durable to minimize long term maintenance costs.
This culvert is located east of Springsure on Eight Mile Lane. It was part of the Queensland Recovery Authority betterment program to improve access to residents post flooding. Construction commenced in May and the works were completed in June 2017.
This crossing intersects the Dawson River at Boolburra representing approximately 35% of the Fitzroy River Basin, it was damaged by disaster events between 2011 - 2013. The new low level crossing was completed in February 2017.
The Outback Regional Water Alliance’ jointly procured a company to undertake water main scouring in many of the communities in Western Queensland. These type of collaborative projects save remote councils time and money when jointly procured.
Timber bridge that required major repairs was replaced with a precast modular bridge. This project was completed in approximately 5 months.
Works involded design and construction supervision of a new wier at Cloncurry to improve water security.
Due to the intermittent rain pattern in western Queensland the transport infrastructure is generally not designed as “all weather access” and is subject to flooding when it does rain. These wet spells, depending on intensity, can damage the infrastructure as show below.