Queensland April update

Drilling and sampling works have begun on the large-scale assessment project in the Woolloongabba area. These works will entail the drilling of multiple boreholes to the natural Brisbane Tuff to assess the extent of the contamination of the site, the development of a Remediation Action Plan and potentially lead to a large-scale remediation and validation program for the site.

SERS Brisbane are also involved in several other contaminated land projects within the state including in the city, within the Moreton Bay area and remote areas such as Rockhampton. These works will involve the deployment of several staff for extended periods to facilitate the smooth transition for our clients and their principals from a contamination issue to a successfully remediated site.

Other notable works that we are engaged in consists of an extensive program of remote dilapidation services for Tier 1 builders and Asbestos material surveys for 2 large regional councils. SERS Brisbane is also providing our Asbestos services throughout all areas to our clients on a daily basis.

SERS monitoring program is in full swing with the deployment and servicing of a variety of dust, noise and vibration units for several clients.

Richard Southam
Regional Manager, Queensland