COMPLETE’s team services all facets of engineering for public infrastructure.

Civil design services include geometric and pavement design of motorways, regional roads, local roads and subdivisions. The team design the many forms of public facilities that integrate with the road, such as services, parklands, streetlighting, traffic and transport designs including modelling, road safety auditing, signalised intersections, cycleways and LATM facilities. COMPLETE also carry out all phases of the LATM process including community consultation and the preparation and analysis of resident questionnaires. We also provide bicycle planning and route design.

Drainage and stormwater design including modelling, flooding and augmentation, drainage schemes to minimise property flooding as well as comprehensive water sensitive urban design schemes to clean stormwater for re-use.

Contract documentation and specifications including project scoping, return briefs, preparation of quality management plans, special conditions of contract, document compilation, assisting with independent tender assessment and training and implementation of the entire AUS-SPEC series of contracts and specification documentation.

Structural design including detailed design of bridges, flood facilities and levies.

Oxford Street is a busy inner city road with rapidly increasing numbers of cyclist using the road for both recreational riding and commuting to and from work. The Oxford Street Cycleway project, which is funded by the RMS, is aiming to improve both cyclist and pedestrian safety in the area as well as providing a key link in the regional cycleway network.

COMPLETE was engaged by the Trust for both Project Management services and engineering services. The engineering services included the concept and detailed design plans, tender documentation and construction stage advice. The Project Management services involved scoping of the project, tender phase management, contract administration, managing a community consultation phase and stakeholder management – including the important task of keeping the three affected Councils, RMS, Park users and local residents and cyclist informed and engaged in the project.