An 18 Units Housing Development was designed for Housing NSW. The 18 units are grouped into three separate buildings connected by a large common area with footpaths and disability ramps. It also had a common car park and two separate driveway accesses for the two disabled unit blocks to the street. An onsite stormwater detention system was also designed for the project and housed at the rear of the property.
Lane Cove Council commissioned Neilly Davies to inspect and make a report on the condition of a golf course bridge. With a Level 1 and 2 assessment conducted, a detailed report included many options which were possible to take, ranging from repairing, replacement and an estimation of the lifespan. The bridge condition was not optimal, and as such, Neilly Davies had recommended that the bridge was to be replaced.
Australian Unity Retirement Living Services engaged Neilly Davies to conduct Level 1 and 2 assessment of the existing bridge and prepared the required design for the vehicular bridge, to strengthen as the beams and girders has shown excessive deflections during the passage of delivery trucks. A technical report had outlined recommendations to rectify from an initial visual assessment. A load assessment was carried out in accordance to the appropriate Australian Standards. A 3-Dimensional model of the bridge was formed to determine the load capacity of the bridge.
Strathfield Council had engaged Neilly Daviesconduct a Level 2 Assessment on a collection of bridges and culverts in the suburbs of Strathfield and Homebush. Neilly Davies had also prepared reports detailing the condition of the bridges as well as assessing the structure as a whole for their load carrying capacity. General recommendations were given as advice to maintain as well as rehabilitate bridges and culverts which required urgent attention.
Neilly Davies was tasked with completing site inspections and a subsequent load assessment by Southerland Shire Council to determine the capability of withstanding the new proposed loading to the streetscape and underneath the bridge. Upon the load assessment of the bridge, based off the existing structural drawings that were provided by council, Neilly Davies determined that the rail bridge would be able to withstand the new loading and was subsequently carried out for completion.