Proffessional Civil/Structural & Traffic Engineering Services

By: Silver Wolf Projects  29-Jan-2013
Keywords: Building Inspections, Civil Engineering, Building Construction Consultants

Silver Wolf Projects encapsulates a unique blend of diverse practical experiences within the civil, building, traffic, local government and demolition fields. In combination with formal Engineering expertise and qualifications, this amalgamation of varied knowledge provides the background for the delivery of exceptional design management and estimating solutions for our clients. We pride ourselves on the preparation of prompt, professional and accurate designs and projects within a diverse range of services and disciplines as follows: •Design & Construction of Noise Barrier & Retaining Wall Systems; •Provision of Residential Structural Design and Certification; •Undertaking Dilapidation Survey Reports Including Building/Structural/Civil Inspections; •Completion of Traffic Impact Assessments (TIA) for Council Development Application (DA) Submission; •Completion of Road Safety Audits & Reports; •Provision of Traffic Management Plans and RTA Traffic Control Plan Submissions; •Design & Supply of Roadside/Commercial Guardrail Systems and Bollards in accordance with AS 2890 & AS 1170.1; •Demolition & Asbestos Removal Planning, Contract and Project Management inaccordance with AS 2601.

Keywords: Building Construction Consultants, Building Inspection Service, Building Inspections, Civil Engineering, Civil Engineers, Engineering Consultants, Structural Engineers, Strucutral Engineering

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Civil Engineering, Traffic Impact Studies & Assessments, Noise Barrier Design, Delapidation Reports

Silver Wolf Projects has been established since 2007 offering reliable Engineering and Project Management services within the civil, construction and demolition fields.   Our diverse range of experiences allows us to tailor a project specific approach to meet the requirements of our client’s brief, design and economic constraints.