Structural integrity assessment of a 1500sqm existing roof structure was carried out for Solar energy, with the roof system modelled and analysed under current loading conditions. Structural capacity was checked for conformity with the appropriate standards. The required remedial works were designed and the appropriate specifications were provided.
Inner West Council had engagedNeilly Davies to conduct an inspection and report case on the golf driving range at 17 Swamp Road, Tempe. After investigation, it has been found that the netting has been severely damaged and that careful management and maintenance should be performed periodically due to rusting and keeping standards. Recommendations are given that follows the standards from AS 1725.1-5 relating to fences for general and commercial purposes.
Liverpool City Council commissioned Neilly Davies to inspect for defects and then analyse the structures for their load carrying capacity of Two existing carparks in Northumberland and Warren Service Way. The appropriate strengthening and remedial works were designed and documented with the required specifications. Neillydavies also assisted the council with contract documentation and administration during construction.
A concrete floor slab was inspected and assessed for the openings created to allow for pipes. The concrete slab was strengthened with fiber reinforced strips along the openings. Steel plates were introduced to bottom flange of steel beam to strengthen the beam for additional operating load.The critical stages of the process were visually inspected and verified for appropriate certification of the works.
A private investor engaged Neilly Davies to carry out Civil and Hydraulic Design for a large subdivision at Kenthurst for DA and then for Construction Certificate including intersections and access to individual lots. The work included liaison with The Hills Share Council and negotiations on behalf of the client.