Landslide Risk Management
With increasing urban development in Australia and limited space available for access and construction, many regulators such as local Councils, the Roads and Maritime Service (RMS) and Sydney Water require a geotechnical engineer to identify the geotechnical issues and potential land stability hazards that could affect a parcel of land and surrounding properties, prior to approval of the development.
We give you the right information to make the right decisions
Our geotechnical reports include detailed recommendations on the planning, design and construction of the development and involves identification of the land stability hazards arising on the site and surrounding land using the “Practice Note Guidelines for Landslide Risk Management” published in March 2007 by the Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS 2007). In addition, we have practical experience in the stability and construction management of difficult site conditions, excavations proposed close to property boundaries and to prevent damage to private property and public infrastructure.