Quality People, Quality Outcomes
PDM is a leading management consultancy service in North Queensland providing a service to a wide range of Local, State and Federal Government and industry clients. PDM provides advice and strategic management through planning, feasibility, procurement and delivery of infrastructure development. PDM has a proven ability to govern a project from inception through to project financing and development into long term ownership and asset management. PDM is able to bring a collaborative approach to large projects. We forge strong relationships with our clients and work closely with all interested parties to deliver quality outcomes.
Townsville City Council
The Townsville City Council’s water and sewerage infrastructure in the CBD is an aging asset which is not meeting the serviceability requirements of the community. The objective of the project was to upgrade the existing infrastructure to meet current standards and provide serviceability into 2050.
The CBD Utilities Project required the Construction Manager to execute approximately 14.6 km of water and sewer mains whilst maintaining the network functionality of the CBD water and sewer reticulation systems. This requires extensive community and stakeholder consultation as a result of the traffic management and network controls required for the construction to occur.
Australian Institute of Marine Science
Cape Ferguson – International Research Facility
PDM has been the project initiation team 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. AIMS operate a scientific research and training facility at Cape Ferguson on the southern outskirts of Townsville. The Tropical Marine Research Facilities, Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) Project is an initiative of the Australian Government under the Super Science Initiative. The funding also supports the Government’s economic stimulus package.
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: