Quality People, Quality Outcomes
PDM’s personnel have a wealth of experience in the operational business environments of regional airports. Our personnel have experience in a number of aviation developments, which include both land side and air side developments. This requires a full understanding of the operation.
PDM has worked extensively with regulatory bodies such as CASA and the Queensland Ports Authority to achieve the continuation of business operations and meet regulatory requirements.
PDM has extensive experience in managing complex projects in an operating environment in both aviation and marine sectors.
Department of Defence
RAAF Base Darwin
PDM undertook the construction management on behalf of Colquhoun Constructions for the 2009-2010 airfields maintenance package RAAF Base Darwin.
Works included pavement rectification, pavement rejuvenation, concrete repairs and joint replacement works whilst under an active military and civilian aviation environment.
RAAF Base Edinburgh & Woomera
PDM undertook the construction management on behalf of Australian Pavement Maintenance Systems for the 2008-2009 airfields maintenance package RAAF Base Edinburgh and Woomera.
Works included pavement rectification, pavement rejuvenation, concrete repairs and joint replacement works whilst under an active military aviation environment.
Whitsunday Regional Council
Shute Harbour Redevelopment
Shute Harbour was originally constructed in the early 1960’s as an ideal location for a departure point to service local island and reef trips due to its central proximity to nearby tourist attractions. Further infrastructure improvements were completed in both the 1970’s and again in the late 1990’s / early 2000’s.
PDM provided the project management team to scope, manage design, and construction phases for the reconstruction of the Shute Harbour precinct. The project objective was to re-establish the commercial functionality without restricting the ability to future proof the requirements of the site.
The reconstruction of Shute Harbour includes a sea wall, carpark, fuel facilities, a harbour terminal building, six floating pontoons that create 3 finger pontoons.
Australian Institute of Marine Science
PDM was engaged by the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) to manage the initiation of this project by providing Principal professionals to undertake a range of services in developing the project outcomes. These outcomes are driven by climate change response, sustainability, innovation, renewable energy, and energy conservation.
The Project builds on AIMS internationally recognised capabilities in marine biodiversity, water quality and ecosystems health, marine microbiology and symbiosis, and impacts and adaption to climate change. AIMS mission is “to generate and transfer knowledge to support the sustainable use and protection of the marine environment through innovative, world class scientific and technological research”.
The Project consists of the following elements:-