Temporary Works & Construction Solutions

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Temporary works are an essential part of the process required to complete permanent works but, they also play a critical role in providing safety on site and meeting project delivery timelines and budgets.

At Madsen Giersing we approach temporary works with a unique methodology. We understand the risks involved, the critical issues of timing and, the specialised construction techniques required for optimum outcomes.

Our innovative solutions are safe, practical and cost effective.

Madsen Giersing have a proven record of successfully providing engineering design services for temporary works to both national and international contractors on a broad range of projects in Australia, Papua New Guinea, South East Asia and the South Pacific region.

All of our projects are strictly quality controlled in accordance with ISO 9001 to ensure best for project outcomes with respect to safety, risk, quality and budget.

Temporary Works Solutions

  • Piling frames and leaders
  • Piling barges
  • Barge stability
  • Bridges and walkways
  • Cantitravellers
  • Travelling platforms
  • Crane support platforms
  • Drill rig platforms
  • Work boxes
  • Piling platforms
  • Cofferdams and retaining structures
  • Deep excavation and propping
  • Construction sequencing
  • Jacking and launching systems
  • Formwork and Falsework
  • Sea-fastening

Lift engineering design

  • Heavy lift design
  • Lifting equipment including spreader beams and frames
  • Rigging arrangements and sizing
  • Lift Studies
  • Capacity review and strengthening design of structures being lifted

Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal

Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) is a new coal export facility at Gladstone, Queensland, which will provide over 80 million tonnes per annum in export.

Riverside Expressway Bearing Replacement

Riverside Expressway (REX) is located on the northern bank of the Brisbane River adjacent to the CBD.

Gorgon Project – LNG Jetty and Marine Structures

The heavy lift facility (HLF) at Barrow Island comprises 25, 12.5m diameter concrete caissons.