Tectonic are commissioned to undertake over 30 transport infrastructure upgrade projects per year for local councils extending from Rockhampton Regional Council in the north, to Moreton Bay Regional Council to the south. These include pavement works and intersection realignments in tight access suburban locations, bridge replacements in rural settings, slope stability advice and remediation of varying scales; and investigations within Queensland TMR corridors encompassing complex traffic management schemes, and day and night works.

As well as transport related investigations, Tectonic have significant experience in the requirements for several end users. These have featured sewer and water pipelines (trenching, directional drilling and tunnelling), underground cables, and electricity and light poles.

A recently completed pavement investigation for Sunshine Coast Council, resticted to night works

Rotary drilling including coring of the underlying rock materials for pile socket design at a rural bridge replacement in the Gympie region

Borehole drilling for a geotechnical certification of an irrigation dam on a commercial horticulture property

Night works as part of an off shore investigation utilising a jack up rig in an estuarine setting at Eden, NSW

High access required for detailed geological mapping of a complex soil and rock slope stability investigation in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland