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Gold Coast Water – Creating a Strategic Ground Model

A Strategic Integrated Digital Ground Model was created for Gold Coast Water including the collection of advanced Aquares geophysics. The model incorporated all available geophysics, geotechnical and environmental data, with the intention of becoming the primary decision and risk management tool across the Authority. This is a key part of an integrated approach to the […]

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Feb 20, 2017 Jason Errey 0 comments
Daru Port Development in PNG for Mitsubishi-Talisman

OEMG conducted an Aquares survey and prepared a ground model based on geophysics and targeted boreholes (early stage of the IDGM) for Mitsubishi-Talisman on the Daru Port expansion in Papua New Guinea. Previous studies had been conducted over 2 years at significant cost, with 77 vibracores and 116 boreholes and extensive analogue surveys undertaken.  Key […]

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Feb 19, 2017 Jason Errey 0 comments
Port of Eden

OEMG’s IDGM was effectively integrated into the design process for the Port of Eden. The Aquares system discovered complex, vertical geological structures that other geophysical systems failed to visualise. After peer review, just 15 boreholes were required to validate the geophysical model. The IDGM created was then able to reduce estimated project piling costs by […]

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Jan 09, 2017 Jason Errey 0 comments
Yamba Ebb-Tide Release

A qualitative geophysical assessment was undertaken for Clarence Valley Council as part of the conception stage of the Yamba ebb-tide release where NSW Public works is the project manager. Lessons learned from a similar project in Iluka were utilised to improve the methodology for the Yamba project. It should be noted that this project is […]

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