Macintyre Brook, Queensland

Resource assessment and delivery for Macintyre Brook

The Queensland Government is trialling the planning component of Source in the Macintyre Brook system. The focus of this testing is applying Source to the modelling of a river system with a continuous sharing water resource assessment and allocation system. The aim is to improve water management, resource assessment and delivery in the Macintyre Brook system.

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Tangalooma and Moreton Bay, Queensland

Restoring Moreton Bay to Health with TWCM

Using a suite of modelling tools including Source, Urban Developer and music, engineering and environmental consultancy BMT WBM has worked in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council to develop a TWCM Strategy for the region.

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Great Barrier Reef catchment

Better estimation of pollutant loads entering receiving waters from upland catchments, and assessment of land use or land management options to reduce pollutant export to the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon.

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South East Queensland catchment

Reduction in sediment delivery to Moreton Bay, and optimisation of future water-supply planning.

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Maroochydore Library

At Maroochydore, where the Maroochy River had shown signs of stress, BMT WBM assisted the Sunshine Coast Regional Council in retrofitting multiple WSUD elements into existing areas around the Maroochydore Library.

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Eco Urban: Sunrise at 1770

Surrounded on all sides by nature conservation reserves and stretching along four kilometres of beachfront, no other residential development of this scale in Australia equals ‘Sunrise at 1770’s’ commitment to maintaining Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) principals.

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Genesis Development, Coomera

The award-winning Genesis Development is regarded as one of the most significant projects of its kind in Queensland.

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Stormwater management for restaurant sites

Opus is engaged in designing stormwater management plans for eight restaurant sites in Queensland for a major fast food chain.

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Moreton Bay Regional Council

Moreton Bay Regional Council strives to keep water quality at high levels. They use music to review development applications (DAs), looking at how well stormwater treatment plans reduce total suspended solids, total phosphorus, and total nitrogen in stormwater.

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Nerang River

Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) was commissioned by Gold Coast City Council to develop a set of management tools for the mid to upper sections of the Nerang River.  The management tools were developed through the assessment of the physical and ecological river health.

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Queensland Murray-Darling

The QMDC’s Chief Executive Officer, Geoff Penton said that Source provides the Queensland Murray-Darling Committee with an additional means of communicating to both government and landholders about the relative impact and effectiveness of investing in on ground works of differing types and scales.

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Bundaberg Regional Council

Adam Johnston from the Sustainable Development Department of Bundaberg Regional Council. Uses music to check development applications for residential subdivisions.

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Saving water at JCC

In 2006, the Queensland Government Accommodation Office (AO) determined that its planned new Government Joint Contact Centre (JCC) should be as “green” as possible. At JCC Urban Developer has dramatically proved its worth.

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Redland City Council

Since Redland adjoins Moreton Bay Marine Park, it’s especially important for Redland City Council to achieve stormwater quality objectives. The Council uses music when evaluating designs of stormwater control systems submitted as part of development applications (DAs).

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