Mooloolaba Boat Ramp
Mooloolaba Boat Ramp is located in a popular coastal area of Queensland’s, Sunshine Coast. To boost access for the boating and tourist community at the Mooloolaba Boat Harbour, in 2014 an upgrade of $810,000 was awarded to Mooloolaba’s boating facilities. This meant as part of the refurbishment to the existing boat ramps, the boat ramps were widened by approximately 4 metres to allow space for floating walkways to be built. In particular works for the Mooloolaba Boat Ramp Upstream contained 3 lanes/berths, lighting with nearby boat ramps, landing/pontoon, sandy beaches, telephone, fuel outlet, toilets, picnic area adjacent, bait and shops. The Mooloolaba Boat Ramp Downstream contains similar facilities as the Upstream boat ramp however do not have a sandy beach adjacent.
To support our client during this 3 month project, Land Solution Australia was contracted to provide As-con Survey requirements to both the Upstream and Downstream boat ramps located at Mooloolaba Boat Harbour. Our As-constructed field surveying works with reductions and drafting included the precast reinforced concrete toe plank for the Boat ramps.
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For our field data capture survey requirements we established control and alignment of existing boat ramp and set-out 4m offsets to the existing boat ramp alignment. This also incorporated calculations and set-out control of concrete slabs and heights for Upstream and Downstream boat ramps. Throughout the build, Land Solution Australia provided their client consistent As-con survey requirements for both boat ramps which involved reductions, calculations and drafting to meet both QA and DTMR codes.
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Part of our survey requirements involved creating 3D Construction models for GNSS machine guidance, field verification and creation of longitudinal section plans of As-Con data for Local and state regulatory authorities.