Infrastructure

Cheal’s team of planners, engineers and surveyors provide a range of services to assist with infrastructure provision.

Our team of civil, structural and geotechnical engineers have significant experience in infrastructure provision including; earthworks management, water network modelling and design, wastewater treatment and reticulation, road design, stormwater management and catchment analysis, reservoir design, soils analysis and soakage design, sediment and erosion control, project management, geotechnical investigations, flood modelling, utilities design and installation and hydrology and hydraulic analysis.

Survey services to the infrastructure sector include; topographical surveys for all infrastructure design, laser scanning, as-built surveys, construction setout of all infrastructure, subsidence monitoring, hydrographic surveys, road closures and subdivisions.

Planning services include; asset management planning for stormwater and catchment management, obtaining resource consents for infrastructure projects such as road construction, wastewater treatment, water takes and discharges, earthworks, quarries, stream diversions, effluent disposal and power station construction.

Projects

Topographical Survey - The Forgotten Highway

Topographical Survey - The Forgotten Highway

State Highway 43, better known as the “Forgotten Highway” is a popular tourist route linking Taumarunui to Stratford via the remote, almost-ghost town of Whangamomona. This picturesque route is built on colonial bridal paths formed in the late 19th Century and winds its way along the banks of the Whanganui River, over four mountain saddles and through a deep gorge... more

Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Plant

Taupo District Council engaged Cheal to design a new laboratory on the southern end of their existing waste watertreatment plant control room. The Council’s brief was to design the building in such away as to maintain natural light into what were to become internal rooms with no exterior walls.... more

Soil Nail Retaining Wall - Taupo District Council

Soil Nail Retaining Wall - Taupo District Council

Cheal was engaged by Taupo District Council for the daily construction supervision and quality assurance monitoring of a 10m high soil retaining structure. This wall was required as enabling works for the subsequent extensive upgrade and expansion of the existing Water Treatment Plant along Lake Terrace, Taupo.... more