The Pile Driving Monitor (PDM) is the most advanced technology for monitoring pile installation and dynamic movements of structures.
August, September, November 2014
Whilst our origins are as piling and foundation specialists, FSG provides its clients with a variety of complimentary geotechnical services.
FSG was engaged by Lend Lease Engineering on the NCIG Rail Flyover project in Newcastle in early 2014 to perform detailed analysis of rail bridge foundations and global stability assessment of the reinforced soil walls.
Rio Tinto is expanding the capacity of the Iron Ore port at Cape Lambert, WA. Part of these works included the construction of a new transfer station for the new conveyor belt system.
The Cape Lambert Port B project comprises two stages which increase Rio Tinto Iron Ore’s export capability by 100MT/annum.
FSG have had a long running involvement in the Yeppen Floodplain Upgrade Project (YFUP), from peer review and optioneering of the initial scheme for the Department of Transport and Main Roads, to tender design during the bid phase, and finally full time engineering support on site and pile testing and verification during construction.
FSG is bringing pile construction records into the digital age with its online information management database system built “by pilers for pilers”.
FSG was engaged in 2013 to assist Opus and the Port of Lyttelton in resolving technical issues associated with the remediation of Cashin Quay at Lyttelton which serves as the port of Christchurch, New Zealand.