Golder Supports Major Expansion of Sydney’s Port Botany Container Port

Golder Supports Major Expansion of Sydney’s Port Botany Container Port

Hillary Johnston

With freight container volumes predicted to triple in the next 30 years, and vessel capacity and size continuing to increase at pace, Australia’s major logistics infrastructure must remain ready to meet impending challenges without congestion. Sydney’s Port Botany container port is one of Australia’s largest and is a critical part of the logistics chain for New South Wales.

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Assessing the Potential Effects of a Wind Farm on Local Ecological Values

Ashley Skinner

The proposed 80MW,16-turbine Kingaroy Wind Farm is situated on 502 hectares in south-east Queensland. Golder’s environmental team was engaged to support the development during the planning and approvals stage. This …

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Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessment for an “At-Risk” Community

Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessment for an “At-Risk” Community

Hillary Johnston

Golder’s flooding, erosion, and climate risk assessment for the community of Shaktoolik gives a time horizon to prioritize short term activities regarding erosion and flood protection for critical infrastructure, and to plan for the future when such protection is no longer sustainable.

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Fostering Local Skills While Protecting the Environment at Canada's Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Project

Fostering Local Skills While Protecting the Environment at Canada’s Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Project

Hillary Johnston

Like any construction project, building a pipeline must balance completing the work on time and on budget with environmental protection. Golder recently helped support this balance while working Enbridge Line 3, a large pipeline project in Canada, in part by engaging local Indigenous communities and businesses to complete the work in an environmentally sound way.

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Supporting the Expansion of Hong Kong International Airport

Supporting the Expansion of Hong Kong International Airport

Ashley Skinner

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is one of the world’s busiest – carrying about 74 million passengers and around five million tonnes of cargo in 2019. However, with the existing airport reaching capacity, an expansion was needed to cater for long-term air traffic demand and to strengthen Hong Kong’s status as an international aviation hub.

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Building safety into a mine’s infrastructure

Building Safety Into a Mine’s Infrastructure

Hillary Johnston

Making sure that everyone goes home safely at the end of their shift requires building safety into every design decision. This requires innovative thinking about equipment to be used in a mine – for safety in operation, but also in maintenance and servicing.

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