Bushland bridges and walking trails

Resonance has provided project planning and delivery services to the City of Hobart in relation to bushland bridges, walking and cycle tracks and fire trails.

The bushland bridges program comprised of the upgrade or the replacement of five pedestrian bridges on bushland walking and cycling tracks within Wellington Park, including the Pipeline Track, O’Grady’s Track, Fern Glade Track; and at the Cornelian Bay Foreshore Track. We undertook detailed project planning and implemented a structured Project Management approach to the package of works, rationalised the procurement process to improve cost control, and developed a design management procedure. Each works package required  tailored and complex stakeholder management to accommodate various levels of permits including Development Applications, Wellington Park Management Trust Permits and Aboriginal Heritage Permits.

The Organ Pipes Circuit on Mount Wellington/Kunyani comprised construction of a walking track at one of Tasmania’s most iconic natural sites. Resonance provided logistical support to the City of Hobart Bushland Team during the construction period. Challenges included circuit logistics, weather, access, manual handling, and managing helicopter resources.  Resonance developed and maintained the forward works program to coordinate activities and resources, supporting successful project delivery.

At Resonance, we hear you loud and clear.

infrastructure
must be carefully
planned and
managed to
ensure sustainable
and flexible
solutions

Tasmania Suite 1 The Moonah Centre 113-115 Main Road, Moonah TAS
New South Wales3/15 Bega Street, Tathra NSW 2550
contact@resonance.com.au
Timothy Phillips 0408 033 353
Patrick Cullinane 0424 575 937