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Hydraulic Engineering Innovation

W oolacotts Consulting Engineers offering includes Hydraulic and Wet Fire Systems engineering design. This allows us to provide a full range of high quality engineering to clients, including Structural, Civil and Hydraulic solutions. Woolacotts Hydraulic team have delivered projects within sectors including education, justice & emergency, community infrastructure, residential, health and aged care. Services provided by…

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Positive Results From Our Customer Satisfaction Survey

At Woolacotts Consulting Engineers, we’re privileged to have a range of clients across various sectors, from small, medium to large businesses and even individual homeowners. Keeping our clients happy and ensuring we’re always delivering work of the highest quality is a hugely important aspect of our business. We have recently conducted a customer satisfaction survey…

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Driving Excellence Through Industry Leading Technology

With over 80 years of experience, the Woolacotts Engineering team understand the importance of utilising new and emerging technologies within engineering practice to increase efficiency and deliver the best results on projects. Woolacotts have integrated traditional documentation with specialised Building Information Model (BIM) design content to produce BIM to Level of Development (LOD) 300, suitable…

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New era for learning spaces

NSW is facing increasing demand for educational facilities to match the growing population.  To cater for this demand, existing schools are being remodelled and new schools being built in developing areas. As part of this major expansion project, Woolacotts has provided engineering design for the following schools: Randwick Public School expansion Rainbow Public School expansion…

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Grafton Correctional Facility – Update

The Northern Parthways Consortium has released renderings and a fly-through of what our engineers have been working on at Grafton Correctional Centre. Link here to check it out, caution when downloading its a large file (for a large project!) Site establishment work is already underway.  Have a look at the project backstory for more details of our…

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It opened with a roar!

The Centenary Theatre at Taronga Zoo has opened its doors and showcased the first film Wild Squad Adventures. Our engineers all scrambled to be involved with the structural, civil and hydraulic engineering design of a new theatre designed to inspire wildlife conservation.  The complex curved structure and constraints of the site challenged our engineers and…

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Port Macquarie’s heath hub planned for more growth

Woolacotts is again supporting economic growth in regional Australia, this time it’s the structural, civil and hydraulic design for a new 105 bed vertical village aged care facility in Port Macquarie NSW. “We love projects in regional parts of Australia”, said Kevin Christessen, Principal Engineers of Woolacotts. “I recall the work we did for Port Base Hospital…

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Engineered options for gas, water, sewerage and fire hydrants systems

John Morony Correctional Complex is an Australian maximum and minimum security prison complex for males and females. The complex comprises three separate correctional facilities: John Morony Correctional Centre (a medium security correctional centre for men); Outer Metropolitan Multi Purpose Correctional Centre (a minimum security correctional centre for men); and Dillwynia Correctional Centre (a medium security…

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Best of the best: Casba

UDIA award for the best-of-the-best urban development in NSW/ACT Congratulations to Cornerstone and the project team of Casba who were awarded the “best-of-the-best urban development in NSW/ACT in 2015” by the UDIA. Woolacotts provided structural, civil and hydraulic engineering services, and completed a flood study – a prerequisite for approval. UDIA President, Martin Wells said…