Civil Engineering in Lismore

GeoLINK have been providing professional civil engineering in Lismore since 2014. Our civil engineering service forms part of our expert engineering assessment and design service. The Lismore office is part of our strategic business network that includes Lennox Head, Coffs Harbour and Armidale. This network of experienced professionals means we’re able to deliver tailored solutions to complex engineering projects.

Civil engineering in Lismore – Complete services

  • Site assessment and feasibility studies
  • Urban and rural residential subdivision design
  • Industrial and commercial subdivision design
  • Earthworks and site grading design
  • Road and intersection upgrade assessment and design
  • Water supply design
  • Sewerage design
  • Stormwater management
  • Design and analysis of drainage infrastructure
  • Erosion and sediment control
  • Traffic impact assessments
  • Road safety audits
  • Concept design, development application (DA), construction certificate (CC) and subdivision certificate documentation
  • Contract administration and site supervision

GeoLINK support the Lismore community

GeoLINK have always maintained a work ethos that encompasses sustainability and environmental responsibility. As such, our projects are designed to have the least impact on the environment whilst delivering excellent outcomes for both the client and the community. Lismore is located inland within NNSW. It’s located in a low-lying area prone to flooding from the Wilsons River. As a result, flood management is an on-going concern.

Civil Engineering in Lismore – A recent project

The following is a recent example of an on-going project won by our GeoLINK office in Lismore.

Flying-fox Camps in Byron Shire

There are 5 flying-fox camps in the Byron Shire, located in close proximity to urban areas. Flying-foxes can occupy a camp for months or years and generally leave for the winter. Over the last few years, one camp in Byron Bay has had residents all year. At the other four camps, the flying-foxes leave over the winter months, to return in the spring. The Council is working with residents and GeoLINK to manage the impact of living with these flying-fox camps. GeoLINK was engaged to undertake a Management Actions Plan in an effort to alleviate impacts caused by the flying-fox camp on the residential area.

If you’re interested in discovering more about our complete Civil Engineering in Lismore service, please contact us today. Call (02) 6621 6677 or contact us here.

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