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GHD has a strong history in Melbourne – with the office established by Gordon Gutteridge, one of the company’s founders, in 1928.

85 years on and our presence in Victoria has expanded to over 700 people across Melbourne, Morwell, Albury-Wodonga and Geelong.

We offer services across the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings and transportation. Our locally-based team of architects, planners, scientists, drafters, project managers, economists and engineers work with private and public clients in Victoria and across Australia and the world.

We are passionate about making a difference to the communities in which we live, work and play – this includes:

Our commitment to the health and safety of our people, clients and partners

Our long term community partnerships including Lynall Hall Community School, Engineers Without Borders, Plan International, OneCare Geelong and Disabled Wintersports Victoria

Our committees – Women in GHD, young professionals and our social club

For more information, contact:

T: +61 3 8687 8000 
E: Email GHD in Melbourne

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Level 8, 180 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne Vic 3000

Point Cook Bay Trail

Point Cook Bay Trail

Point Cook, a suburb in Melbourne’s west, now boasts the first section of the Bay Trail which will extend as a 253km trail circumnavigating Port Philip Bay when complete.

GHD’s landscape architects and urban designers worked with our client Parks Victoria to define the conceptual vision for the section of the trail.

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Werribee Water Aqueduct Replacement

Werribee Aquaduct

The Werribee Aqueduct project has provided critical upgrades to Melbourne’s water and sewerage infrastructure, replacing the final section of Melbourne’s original open channel sewer constructed in 1891.'

Located in Melbourne’s west, the impressive AUD20 million Werribee Water Aqueduct Replacement has ensured that Melbourne Water can continue to transfer up to 60 per-cent of Melbourne’s sewerage to the Western Treatment Plant.

The aqueduct consists of a 70m long by 4.5m internal diameter sewer that spans the Werribee River. It is supported by three pre-cast piers (post-tensioned) and is connected to the rest of the replacement works via an articulated expansion joint.

The works undertaken by GHD included:

  • A full detailed design
  • Obtaining all approvals
  • Geotech investigations for temporary and permanent works
  • Technical support during launching
  • Service relocation liaison and design
  • Design of protection measures for the heritage listed MOS (adjacent to the new works)

The Werribee Aqueduct project was recently awarded the prestigious Civil Contractors  Feeration (CCF) Earth Award for projects valued at AUD5 to 20 million.

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Dean McIntyre

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Dean is GHD’s Manager for Victoria – leading more than 800 people in the sectors of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings and transportation.

In his 20 years at GHD, he has worked in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and the Philippines. Prior roles include Manager for South East Asia and Business Group Manager for GHD's water business in Victoria.

He is a civil engineer with considerable experience in managing multi-disciplinary projects. He has also held project leadership team roles on the Sugarloaf Pipeline Alliance, Barwon Water Alliance and Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area Renewal Alliance.

Manager – Victoria
+61 3 8687 8000

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