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Getting the right priorities in place to deliver efficient, reliable and well-planned transportation systems are fundamental to a community's economic prosperity and quality of life.

GHD specialises in Transport Strategy & Economics, Rail, Roads & Highways, Aviation and Maritime & Coastal.

Economic and population growth, greater urbanisation and increased mobility are boosting demand for new infrastructure and services straining the capacity and effectiveness of existing assets. Single mode approaches are no longer viable as governments and stakeholders recognise the need for multi-modal solutions across the whole integrated network.

Across the whole transport spectrum of airports, marine, roads and highways, rail and logistics, our team provides integrated transport services throughout the project lifecycle - from initial policy, transport planning, economics and business case advice, through concept, procurement, detailed design and construction to operations, maintenance and asset management.

Demand for resources globally can only be met through the provision and maintenance of innovative, flexible and sustainable transport infrastructure. Working with our team, our clients benefit from the security that comes with a presence on the ground, coupled with global industry experience. Our transportation offering extends beyond the trusted advisor relationship. We’ll work closely with you and offer reliable, cost-concious advice to ensure you meet your objectives

We help clients develop sustainable solutions which balance infrastructure investment with demand reduction, land use strategies and system efficiencies.

For further information, contact:

David Kinniburgh
Tel: +61 2 9239 7224
Email: David Kinniburgh

A New Busway for Brisbane

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Queensland Transport engaged GHD to undertake a pre-feasibility investigation into the need, scope and likely issues involved with a proposal for the busway in the locality of the Gympie Road corridor. This corridor is a major arterial road that serves as both a regional linkage and a key component in the central northside district road network.

A range of previous studies, including the Corridor Selection Report, identified the need for a northern busway to provide a new public transport line haul (high quality, high frequency) route to support existing and future north side suburban services.

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Australian National Ports Strategy

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Launched in January 2011, the Australian National Ports Strategy provides a coordinated planning approach to assist Australian governments in planning for port infrastructure and the associated road and rail linkages that connect these important gateways to all Australian cities and towns.

Through the provision of five themed background papers, several presentations and support at two stakeholder forums, one in Melbourne and the other in Adelaide, GHD assisted Infrastructure Australia and the National Transport Commission to develop a draft strategy.

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ARTC Bridge Inspections

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GHD was engaged by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) to inspect bridges along the Melbourne to Adelaide railway line between Geelong and Wolseley.

The client required structural inspections to determine the bridges' current condition, load carrying capacity and future life expectancy.

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Bridge rehabilitation and road improvements

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GHD’s inspection of the 18 m span Wentworth Street Bridge in Oshawa, Canada for the Region of Durham revealed a number of serious safety concerns.

These included substandard narrow traffic lanes and sidewalk, non-existent clearance between the edge of the exterior lane and sidewalk, deterioration in the condition of the bridge and a barrier system that didn’t comply with the relevant regulations.

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Brighton Bypass, Tasmania

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The Brighton Bypass involves a 12km deviation of the National Highway north of Hobart. It is the most significant Tasmanian road project undertaken in the last 25 years.

GHD was involved with the 5.3km long northern section of the project. This section includes a dual carriageway, seven bridges, major earthworks and a grade separated interchange.

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Burwood Highway Pedestrian Bridge

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GHD was engaged by Southern and Eastern Integrated Transport Authority to develop a concept and detailed design of the Burwood Highway Pedestrian Bridge as part of EastLink.

GHD developed concept designs that were economical and retained consistency with other pedestrian bridges on the EastLink project. The selected design provided an aesthetic and functional bridge that would not inhibit future development.

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Church Street Bridge

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GHD was engaged by VicRoads to assist with the development and implementation of rehabilitation work for a Melbourne icon, the Church Street Bridge.

The Church Street Bridge spans City Link and the Yarra River in Melbourne. It was built in the 1920s and consists of three spans and reinforced concrete pinned arches supporting a reinforced concrete deck. The external surfaces are rendered.

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City East Alliance, Perth, Western Australia

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A 4.2 km stretch of Perth’s Great Eastern Highway is being upgraded from four lanes to six lanes between Kooyong Road and Tonkin Highway. Scheduled for completion by December 2013, key improvements include a widened central median, on-road cycle facilities, a continuous pedestrian path and bus priority lanes.

The investigation, design and construction is being delivered by the City East Alliance (CEA), comprised of GHD, Leighton Contractors, NRW and Main Roads Western Australia (Main Roads). The project presented key risks in areas of utility impacts and road network operations. The team generated more than 100 qualifying innovations during the costing phase of the project spanning technological, process, methodology, materials and delivery improvements.

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City Road footbridge, NSW

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The design of the City Road footbridge was the subject of an International design competition won by John Wardle Architects.

GHD was engaged by The University of Sydney, NSW to develop and detail an economical and aesthetically pleasing alternative pedestrian bridge to satisfy Sydney City Council planners.

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Daly River Bridge, Northern Territory

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GHD was engaged by the Department of Infrastructure (NT) to investigate and design a new high level bridge over the Daly River.

Approximately 220km from Darwin, the Daly River Bridge is a key link between the Port Keats community and Darwin. This project addresses flood immunity issues and improves the reliability and efficiency of freight traffic. The bridge spans 184m across the Daly River and is constructed as a single lane bridge which will be widened to a double lane bridge in future.

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Darra to Springfield Transport Corridor

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GHD was engaged by Queensland Rail (Horizon Alliance) to deliver the Darra to Springfield Transport Corridor Project, a major transport initiative required to service the future needs of the growing western corridor region.

The Queensland Government built a new passenger rail line from Darra to Springfield and duplicated the Centenary Highway between Richlands and Springfield. This project is part of the State Government’s South East Queensland Infrastructure Plan and Program 2007 – 2026 and will be delivered in stages.

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Deer Park Bypass

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The Deer Park Bypass (DPB) is a jointly funded project between the Victorian Government and the Federal Government.

VicRoads engaged Leighton Contractors to design and construct the DPB in Western Melbourne. GHD was commissioned by Leighton Contractors to prepare the detailed civil and structural design works and associated structures for the project.

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Design & Construct Travel Demand Management Auckland Motorways

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GHD is currently providing professional engineering services for the safety management of over half of Auckland City’s road network. This is a two to five year contract and is a key initiative toward meeting the objectives of the government’s Road Safety 2010 strategy.

The contract calls for investigation, feasibility analysis, preliminary and detailed design of road safety improvements. To meet these requirements, GHD has carried out and supplied Auckland City Council with:

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Doha Airport Terminal Extension

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Qatar Airways at Doha Airport needed a two-storey extension to the existing departures terminal. Building on previous experience gained from similar project work, GHD provided architectural and engineering design services, as well as contract administration and project management services.

The extension was designed and constructed on a fast-track basis, which enabled its completion within just six months. The new section has given Qatar Airways additional gate boarding lounges, a first class lounge and cafeteria, increased check-in area capacity and additional baggage handling systems.

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Doncaster to Water Orton (D2WO)

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D2WO is the latest part of the UK rail network to be tackled as part of the gauge enhancement programme to clear the route for large container freight traffic. GHD is collaborating closely with the contractor, Carillion, to provide design management service. As the vital link between design and delivery, GHD is managing the development, review, submission and approval of designs against a very tight programme of track possessions whilst driving efficiencies and value engineering initiatives.

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Duffs and Marlee bridges, NSW

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GHD was engaged by the Greater Taree City Council to provide project management services for the replacement of Duffs Bridge and Marlee Bridge in NSW.

The project involved the demolition of the existing 100 year old truss timber bridges and construction of replacement structures. The two rural bridges were in poor condition and were load limited.

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Footscray Footbridge

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The Victorian Government, led by the Department of Planning and Community Development and with the Department of Transport, in partnership with Maribyrnong City Council, delivered the new footbridge at Footscray Train Station, Melbourne.

The footbridge provides stair and lift access to station platforms and surrounding streets. GHD assisted Leighton Contractors with the detailed design of civil and structural works associated with the project, working to tight timeframes in a design and construct delivery contract. GHD’s involvement included:

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Forgan Bridge Duplication

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GHD was commissioned, as part of a team, by the Department of Transport and Main Roads to update Forgan Bridge connecting the northern suburbs to the central business district of Mackay in North Queensland.

Forgan Bridge, across the Pioneer River in Mackay, was first opened in 1938 by the then Premier of Queensland and Member for Mackay, William Forgan-Smith. The bridge has undergone significant maintenance over the years including underpinning and widening in 1979 and girder repair work more recently. Increased traffic volumes brought about by Mackay’s rapid population growth and expansion of the northern suburbs of the city, has seen the original bridge reach peak capacity and nearing the end of its design life. The condition of the old bridge combined with carrying approximately 30,000 vehicles per day with an anticipation of increase to 35,000 by 2015, warranted a case for the replacement of Forgan Bridge.

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Garapan Special District Revitalization and Pedestrian Mall

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GHD performed studies and provided full A&E services as part of the USD30 million revitalization of the Garapan Special District, a 15-block tourist area of Saipan.

Our scope of work involved studies and preparation of plans, specifications and estimates for USD8 million of road, drainage, signalization and landscaping improvements. The project was prepared in accordance with AASHTO guidelines and Federal Specifications Standards. GHD was responsible for the design of the geometry, utility relocation, drainage, signalization and traffic studies. This project required extensive coordination with the Commonwealth Utilities Corporation, the Saipan Department of Public Works, and the Office of the Governor Planning Office. Construction documents included culverts, street paving and sidewalks, signalized intersection, landscaping features, signing and striping.

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Hale Street link

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GHD was engaged by the Brisbane City Council to complete a feasibility study and impact assessment study of the proposed Hale Street link.

The link will consist of a tolled bridge river crossing between Milton and South Brisbane and will cater for the growth in population and travel within the inner city area, including the West End.

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Highway design, Cooroy - Curra

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GHD was engaged by the Department of Transport and Main Roads to complete the detailed design for the Cooroy to Curra, 13.4km of the Bruce Highway between the Cooroy Southern Interchange and Sankeys Road in Queensland. This section of the Cooroy - Curra upgrade project is known as 'Section A.'

The scope of work involved:

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Highway design, Cooroy - Curra, Section B

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GHD was engaged in the contract management of Cooroy to Curra 'Section B', a 12km stretch from Sankeys Road to Traveston Road.

The second package of the contract involved the construction of a 2km deviation at the southern end to divert Bruce Highway traffic and allow for the construction of Skyring Creek Bridge in Package 3. Package 3 works include the construction of bridges and drainage structures and the remainder of the works including pavement, road furniture, asphalt, landscaping and safety features (guard rail, signage, line marking, help phones and lighting). This will alleviate a known accident black spot section on the National Highway and provide benefits to the community, travelling public and road freight industries.

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Land freight transport study

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The National Transport Commission (NTC) engaged GHD and SKM, in association with the University of South Australia's Transport Systems Centre, to research what actions Australia should take to cope with the forecast increases in the land transport of freight.  

This major study included:

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Maroondah Highway Bridge

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GHD was engaged by Linking Melbourne Authority to provide design and documentation services for the Maroondah Highway Pedestrian Bridge.

The Maroondah Highway Pedestrian Bridge is one of the 88 bridges built as part of EastLink. The bridge is 5.4m above Maroondah Highway and provides a 3m wide pathway for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Michael Herbert Bridge

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GHD worked collaboratively with the client, City of Holdfast Bay, on the development of the Michael Herbert Bridge (formerly King Street Bridge) which opened with a well-attended community opening ceremony.

GHD was intricately involved in all aspects of the project including architectural, structural, civil and traffic, geotechnical investigation, environmental risk assessments, urban design, procurement services, superintendent services and construction phase services.

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Network Management Operations Contract

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GHD has a long-term contract to manage the entire traffic network for Auckland’s arterial and motorway networks.

This includes traffic signal optimisation, incident management, special events management and optimising traffic flows.

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Perth to Bunbury Highway

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The Southern Gateway Alliance (SGA), comprising GHD, Leighton Contractors and WA Limestone in partnership with Main Roads Western Australia, was awarded the contract to build the AUD511 million new Perth to Bunbury Highway in 2006.

The Perth to Bunbury Highway project will increase the efficiency of the north-south road network and improve regional transport through a high standard road link between Perth and the south west.

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Road resurfacing improves accessibility

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Resurfacing of a 3300 m stretch of Danforth Road for the City of Toronto in Canada posed some specific challenges for GHD.

As part of our engagement to provide the design and tender preparation for the road, we addressed the need for sidewalk grades to conform to the city’s Accessibility Guidelines, and the location of catch basins in the travelled portions of the lanes.

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Route Optimisation for EECA

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GHD was commissioned to evaluate the benefits of route optimisation for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).

GHD delivered a number of route optimisation reports detailing before and after evaluations using in-car groups to determine fuel, travel time and CO2 reductions of route optimisation.

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Sorell Causeway

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GHD provided the client with an innovative bridge design that improved the project durability and constructibility.

Upon completion, the 460m long replacement of the Sorell Causeway across Pitt Water, east of Hobart, was the only match-cast, precast segmental ‘channel’ road bridge built outside of Europe or the United States. It was built just to the south of the original bridge which was demolished after the completion of the new bridge. GHD proposed the channel concept during the tender stage as an alternative design. Detailed design was completed once the contract was awarded. The unique cross section of the bridge was very efficient and provided many advantages compared to other conventional designs. The design made extensive use of precast technology to achieve the owner’s durability requirements, improve the constructibility of the bridge, enable swift construction and reduce the amount of works over water.

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South Road Superway

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Located in Adelaide, the South Road Superway project will deliver a 4.8 km non-stop corridor, including a 2.8 km elevated roadway, from the Port River Expressway to Regency Road. Its objective is to connect the rapidly expanding industrial and residential growth areas in the north and the south of the city, and to provide new opportunities for economic development. This is the biggest single investment in a South Australian road project, and the state’s most complex engineering road construction project to date. The project is being managed by the South Australian Government’s Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).

GHD has been engaged to provide the engineering design services for the contractor, Urban Superway Joint Venture, which comprises John Holland Pty Ltd, Macmahon Contractors Pty Ltd, and Leed Engineering and Construction Pty Ltd. SMEC Australia and International Bridge Technologies (San Diego) are supporting GHD as subconsultants.

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Taylors Road Rail Underpass

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GHD was engaged by Abigroup Contractors to deliver the design and documentation of the civil works, bridge works, rail bridge works and associated structures with the Taylors Road Rail Underpass.

The aim of this project was to provide improved road safety and reduced travel times for western suburbs residents.

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Terrace Road Bridge, New Zealand

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Terrace Road Bridge is a two span bridge carrying a rural road over the Oroua River. In February 2004, a flood event in the Manawatu District resulted in peak flows in this river.

During the flood, the river scoured 30m into the true left bank and it fully bypassed the bridge. In addition, the piles of the central pier failed with the pier punching vertically down by 1200mm. Prompt action was required as the bridge is the only practical access into the hinterland.

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Tourism boost

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In Puerto Williams, Chile, the world’s most southern city, GHD has developed a proposal to address the growing need for tourist-related infrastructure. The objective? To transform the area into a stopover city for cruise ships and capture a growing slice of the tourism dollar.

While Puerto Williams is the gateway to Antarctica, just 2000 tourists visit annually, roughly equivalent to the town’s population. This is in stark contrast to the Argentinian town of Ushuaia – located just 40 km (24 mi) across the Beagle Straits – that welcomes more than 200,000 tourists and 250 cruise ships every year.

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Transport Assessment Aids Port Expansion

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GHD recently completed a transport assessment on the impacts of a range of proposed infrastructure expansions at the Port of Portland in south-western Victoria. The project is one of high significance and the assessment played a critical role in the evaluation of the planning application by Victoria’s Minister for Planning.

A paramics micro-simulation transport model, developed by GHD, was a key feature of the assessment, allowing highly effective testing of the proposed impacts of the development on internal and external road and rail networks.

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Waioru Interchange

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The AUD$62 million Waiouru Interchange project represents a significant link in Auckland’s transport network. Manukau City Council and Transit New Zealand commissioned GHD as design consultant and then construction contract administrator on the project.

Key features of the project include two grade separated interchanges, the widening of more than two kilometres of motorway, the construction of local arterial roading as well as a large roundabout and a 200-metre long bridge. This challenging project required carefulcoordination to avoid interference with an adjacent power station cooling pond.

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WTS Werribee River Aqueduct

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Following on from GHD’s structural assessment report of the Western Trunk Sewer Werribee River Aqueduct, GHD was engaged by the Melbourne Water Corporation to assess options for rehabilitation and prepared budget cost estimates for each option.

GHD’s structural analysis quantified the consequences of long-term concrete erosion from acidic gases and enabled the client to review allowable safe flows. GHD also completed the planning and execution of a condition assessment of this critical main sewer connection, assessment of economic repair options, and concept design for a possible replacement aqueduct. GHD was engaged to carry out both inspection work and analysis in order to adequately assess the existing capacity of the Werribee River aqueduct structure that carries the Western Trunk Sewer (WTS). Given the critical nature of the aqueduct as part of the WTS, it was necessary to minimise destructive testing of the aqueduct and access into the aqueduct.

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Wimmera Regional Intermodal Freight Hub

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In response to the Victorian Government's aim to increase the share of freight transported to Victorian ports by rail, GHD is playing a lead role in the planning, design and construction of a vital freight transport hub in northwest Victoria.

Efficient and strategically located intermodal terminals facilitate the transport of freight from one mode to another.

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Wodonga Rail Bypass

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The Wodonga Rail Bypass project for engineering design services was awarded to GHD by the Victorian Department of Transport (DOT) in June 2001.

GHD was engaged to deliver the design and documentation for all the civil works, bridge works, rail design works and associated structures.

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David Kinniburgh

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David is GHD’s Global Market Leader - Transportation. He is responsible for overseeing the development and delivery of GHD's global transportation strategy and focusing on providing our clients in this area of business with the highest level of service and value. 

David has highly developed team building skills, including team culture development. As a strategic thinker and planner, he excels in collaborative environments. David is by a strong desire to deliver cost effective, sustainable outcomes for clients and the community.

Position: Global Market Leader - Transportation
Tel: +61 2 9239 7224

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Michael Wright

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Michael is the Sydney Business Group Manager for our Transport & Buildings sectors.  He is a civil engineer with more than 30 years’ experience in the planning, investigation, design, documentation, procurement and construction supervision of major transport infrastructure projects. Michael is currently responsible for the successful delivery of a diverse range of projects across the disciplines of ports/maritime, roads, rail, aviation, civil structures and buildings.

Michael also has a Master’s degree in Coastal/Maritime Engineering

Position: Business Group Manager - New South Wales (Australia)
Tel: +61 2 9239 7100

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Andrew Collinson

Andrew Collinson

Andy's varied project experience includes multidisciplinary design leadership of the eastern end of the UK's Channel Tunnel Rail Link, leadership of the concept development of the new Kings Cross Thameslink Underground Station and acting as the UK Rail Regulator's strategic advisor on Asset Knowledge Management.

Andy's business leadership experience has included being the MD of the multidisciplinary, multinational rail business of a major European consultancy and co-founder of the successful international strategic rail consultancy, CDL, recently acquired by GHD. These roles have provided Andy with a clear understanding of the whole life cycle, whole business challenges of building, running and maintaining a successful railway system.

A Chartered Engineer and Chartered Director, Andy has worked in the Middle East, Australia, the UK and Ireland and on projects in locations including Africa, New Zealand and Eastern Europe. His 29 years in industry include over 20 years in rail.

Position: Business Leader Rail - Middle East and UK
Tel: +44 1904 436 100

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Paula Arias

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Paula Arias is a Structural Engineer with a Masters in Structural and Geotechnical Engineering. She has more than 17 years of experience in ports and marine projects, consulting to a broad range of public and private sector clients. Previous to GHD, Paula worked in the Ministry of Public Works of Chile, where she contributed to major projects within the Ports Authority. From 2000 - 2006, Paula was responsible for project development and implementation for the Engineering Unit of the Department of Projects. Paula's extensive experience covers ports, artificial beaches, waterfront developments, fishing coves, passenger terminals and connecting port infrastructure.

Position: Business Leader Maritime & Coastal - South America
Tel: +56 2 433 5409

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Geoff Walker

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Geoff Walker is the Manager for the Victorian Transport Group based in Melbourne. Geoff has over 30 years’ experience in structural design, asset, contracts and project management and management of multi-disciplined workforces within the industries of Gas, Maritime, Water, Local Government and Public Transport..

Position: Business Group Manager - Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania (Australia)
Tel: +61 3 8687 8175

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Bernard Shepherd

Bernard Shepherd

Bernard Shepherd is GHD’s Global Technical Leader, Transport. Bernard has over 45 years experience in Project Management for rail engineering, bridge design, construction engineering and remedial engineering and is based in the Melbourne office.

Position: Global Technical Leader, Transport
Tel: +61 3 8687 8348

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Dave Proctor

Dave Proctor

Dave Proctor is GHD's New Zealand Transport Business Group Manager. He has 30 years experience in the civil infrastructure sector where he has been responsible for the design and delivery of multi-disciplinary projects, particularly in the roading / transport sector. As part of his career he has also been extensively involved with the maintenance and operations of road networks.

Position: Business Group Manager - New Zealand
Tel: +64 7 8347903

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Erik Geidans

Erik Geidens

Erik is the Business Group Manager for GHD’s Transport business in Western Australia. He has over 30 years experience and has worked in most transport related disciplines including roads and bridges, aviation, rail and marine works. He has significant experience in design, project and construction management on major multidisciplinary civil infrastructure projects and more recently has represented GHD on Alliance Boards administering large and complex road projects in a highly urban environment.

Position: Business Group Manager - Western Australia
Tel: +61 8 6222 8677

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2014

  • Perth City Link Rail Alliance (including GHD), Government Partnership Excellence Award - Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (National Awards)
  • Regional Rail Link Alliance (including GHD), Project of the Year - Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (National Awards)
  • Brannon Street Wharf, Port of San Francisco, California, Airports and Ports Project Award - American Society of Engineers (ASCE)

2013

  • City East Alliance (includes GHD): Great Eastern Highway Upgrade, Earth Award (WA) - Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards
  • M80 Ring Road - Furlong Road to Sunshine Avenue, Earth Award (Victoria) - Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards
  • Project New Grad Program - Auckland Transport, Fulton Hogan and GHD, Commendation for Best Practice Award - People Category - Roading Excellence
  • Cocos Island Cocos Keeling Island Runway Overlay, Corporate Award - Australian Airports Association National Airport Industry Awards
  • Team M1 (includes GHD) Pacific Motorway Upgrade at Daisy Hill, Earth Award (QLD) - Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards
  • Duffs and Marlee Bridge Replacement project, Regional Award for Excellence (Newcastle) Infrastructure Category, Greater Taree City Council
  • Daly River Bridge, Earth Award (Northern Territory), Category 4 Award, Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards
  • Legacy Way Tunnel, Major Tunnelling Project of the Year - International Tunnelling Awards
  • Perth City Link Rail Alliance (including GHD)
    • WA Award for Excellence, Concrete Institute of Australia
    • National Award for Excellence, Concrete Institute of Australia
  • Jubilee Bridge Replacement
    • Queensland Award for Excellence, Concrete Institute of Australia
    • National Award for Excellence, Concrete Institute of Australia

2012

  • City East Alliance - Great Eastern Highway Upgrade
    • Innovation Excellence Award, Leighton Contractors Western Australia
    • Safety & Health Excellence Award, Leighton Contractors Western Australia
    • Community Excellence Award, Leighton Contractors Western Australia
    • Environmental Excellence Award, Leighton Contractors Western Australia

2011

  • East Coast Road Widening Project, Excellence Award, Medium Road Project Category,Roading New Zealand
  • City East Alliance - Great Eastern Highway Upgrade, Innovation Excellence Award
  • Canning Bridge Precinct Vision, Excellence Award (Western Australia), Planning Institute of Australia
  • Horizon Alliance Richlands Station - Part of the Darra to Springfield Transport Corridor Project
    • Team of Excellence Award, Alliancing Association of Australasia
    • Innovation and Environment Management Award, Australian Master Builders
    • Sporting and Community Services Facilities Award, Australian Master Builders

  • Shaun Smedley, Emerging Transport Professional, Institute of Transportation Engineers ANZ