Planned strategic growth for ProjectMax in 2015 sees the welcome appointment of two new directors.
Director and founding partner Steve Apeldoorn sees the appointments as a major coup. “Doug Troon and James Carmichael are both talented engineers with extensive experience across commercial and government sectors,” says Steve. “Doug’s experience has been around delivering infrastructure projects to local government. James has held regional executive and director roles in South East Asia where he oversaw vast infrastructure projects. We’re thrilled to have them on board,” remarks Steve.
Doug’s other current directorships include Counties Power and Brightwater Group Ltd. James […]
ProjectMax are pleased to announce the creation of a collaborative partnership with Resolve Group, who provide a wide range of professional, independent and expert services for water and transport infrastructure sector. We have come together with a shared vision of credibility, independence and integrity by focusing on what we do best to offer our clients the best service and solutions. Through our collaborative partnership we will be offering asset management services to the water sector. With a particular focus on our Optimised Life Cycle Management services.
Optimised Life Cycle Management is a suite of Asset Management process and techniques that […]
ProjectMax and our Australian partners, ISC Services, who are based in Sydney NSW, have recently been engaged by Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) to undertake independent monthly audits of CCTV inspections completed by their inspection contractor. These monthly audits are part of a new Quality Assurance process that QUU have introduced, to ensure a high level of confidence in the condition data collected, as well as monitoring contractor performance.
QUU were established on 1 July 2010 as a statutory body to be a distributor-retailer of water and wastewater services for South East Queensland Water (including Bisbane, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic […]
Oliver Modricker, BE(Hons), authored and presented his technical paper titled “Determining Trenchless Renewal Options Using CCTV Information” at the WaterNZ Conference in Hamilton in September 2014, and also at the 23rd New Zealand Trenchless Technology Forum in November. Oliver is one of ProjectMax’s Specialist Engineers involved in pipeline condition assessment and renewals.
Oliver’s paper sets out the application parameters of the various renewal options and the limitations of information available from CCTV Inspections and also identifies where further investigation may be required. The paper’s conclusion provides an independent guideline for the selection of trenchless renewal options […]