It has been a busy couple of months at Madsen Giersing as our team builds on our portfolio of marine infrastructure projects securing work to support the development of infrastructure in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Key wins include:
- The design of a temporary crane platform for Brady Marine and Civil to support the development of Ampol’s product wharf in Brisbane.
- Providing expert advice to John Holland on flood loading for the new structures set to transform Brisbane’s Waterfront Place and Eagle Street Pier as part of a once in a generation project which will create a stunning business and tourist destination in the heart of the city.
- Undertaking a structural review for AIE of a temporary jetty at Port Hedland for their client BHP.
- Performing an assessment of bridge structures for Exxon Mobil Papua New Guinea to ensure their current and long-term health and performance.
CEO Lasse Madsen, “We are delighted to have partnered with organisations across Australia and Papua New Guinea to support their major engineering works. The projects we have secured highlight the depth of talent and industry expertise that we have at our disposal and our team is excited to bring their skills to enhance the design capability of each lead contractor and client. As the projects come to life, we are looking forward to seeing their progress from design through to construction,” said Lasse.