Department of Defence Headquarters Joint Operation Command (HQJOC), Bungendore, ACT

Department of Defence Headquarters Joint Operation Command (HQJOC), Bungendore, ACT

This sizeable project involved the construction of:

  • primary and emergency access, and inner and outer perimeter roads 
  • an intersection at the Kings Highway 
  • a bridge for the Sydney-Canberra railway line 
  • operations, facility support and military support buildings 
  • an employee carpark, and 
  • hydraulic structures including a water supply dam, sedimentation basins and numerous water quality, treated and irrigation ponds.

Our team completed a geotechnical investigation for all the above roads, buildings, and hydraulic features. We were also responsible for:

  • all inspection and certification for the structures and railway bridge, and 
  • supervision, advice and certification for the earthworks of the structures.
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“ACT Geotech have always provided exceptional geotechnical engineering advice at a competitive price. They are responsive to our needs and have always been able to conduct their investigations and provide reports in a timely manner.”

Paul Farrell

Farrell Management

ACT Geotechnical Engineers have proven to be a very reliable geotechnical consultancy in the region, offering sound advice in an enthusiastic and very responsive manner, which is appreciated and favoured by clients.

Don McInnes

Sellick Consultants

“ACT Geotech were able to use their technical expertise to enable the footing system to be optimised, significantly saving the client both time and money on the project.”

Alan Schmeier

AECOM

“We have worked with Jeremy and his geotechnical engineers on many projects over the last 10 years and are always pleased with their responsiveness, thoroughness, and ability to find flexible and efficient solutions for our engineering needs.”

David Jackson

Arcadis