Geomotion Australia is a leader in the supply of monitoring services for the safety and stability of all categories of structures. Our portfolio includes numerous high-profile clients within the construction industry. Recent structural monitoring projects include the Perth Bus Station and the Perth Riverside Development.
Sensors utilised include:
Perth Stadium Pedestrian Bridge, Western Australia
The Swan River Pedestrian Bridge forms part of the Stadium’s integrated transport strategy designed to move patrons safely and efficiently to and from the Stadium and Sports Precinct.
More than 14,000 people are expected to use the Bridge on event days to move between East Perth, adjacent to Nelson Avenue and the Burswood Peninsula adjacent to the Stadium.
Western Harbour Tunnel & Beaches Link, NSW
The Western Harbour Tunnel & Beaches Link is a planned north-south motorway along the current alignment of Wakehurst Parkway between Warringah Road, Frenchs Forest and the WestConnex motorway in Sydney. Up to 235 borehole sites will be tested in suburbs including Balgowlah, Seaforth, North Sydney, Neutral Bay and Cammeray.
Woodsville Flyover, Singapore
The Land Transport Authority of Singapore has determined that to ease traffic flow the Woodsville Interchange required a significant reconfiguration. This interchange is located at the intersection of Serangoon Road, Upper Serangoon Road and Bendemeer Road is a very complex interchange with slip roads to and from the Pan Island Expressway (PIE).
Lewes Combined Sewer Outfall, England
The pre-existing combined sewerage system in the ancient town of Lewes did not meet EU directives for overflow discharge. Southern Water instructed Black Veitch-Costain JV to construct a deep collector sewer which will provide sufficient storage to reduce overflow events to only the severest conditions.
Cornith New Bridge, Greece
The Greek National Railways have just built a new bridge across the famous Corinth Canal (seen in Jason and the Argonaughts - the clashing rocks) as part of the new high-speed Athens to Patras line. The Corinth Canal truly is one of 18th century; it is almost inconceivable that something so big could have been dug by hand.