PDR | SMEC has reached a major milestone with its first project win since PDR was acquired by SMEC in March 2017.
Cassowary Coast Regional Council has engaged PDR | SMEC to deliver the Flying Fish Point Seawall Replacement project, south of Cairns.
The design will include green engineering ‘fish-friendly’ features, adding structural complexity which encourages ecological development. Collaboration with James Cook University (JCU) is included within the design scope. JCU will study the long-term effects of the design on the local fish population, for potential use in other coastal regions.
This is an exciting project and one which provides a promising look into the future of PDR |SMEC.
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