the engineers at Civil and Water Design had to undertake certain different engineering techniques to complete this task. The design required input and coordination of many disciplines including, but not limited to, geotechnical engineering, hydro geology, waterway health, landscape architecture, ecology, habitat, civil design, drainage and flood management.
Geotechinical Engineering is an offset of civil engineering. It is the process where earth materials, and its behavior, are researched and evaluated for the safest and most effective developments to be made. This can include: managing and evaluating stability, soil deposits and structure foundations.
The local authority will implement the design over the coming months and years and it will be exciting to watch this significant Brisbane creek reinstatement unfold and reach its final stage.