Tag Archives: Costin Roe Consulting

Costin Roe Consulting designed the integrated stormwater and remediation of a degraded section of the upper Cooks River, an asset of Sydney Water, resolving differing stakeholder requirements through collaboration to improve flood impacts and facilitate an environmentally-efficient industrial infill development. The principles of Water-Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) guided engineering by Costin Roe Consulting to design […]

Costin Roe Consulting produced a civil engineering report and water cycle management strategy, including TUFLOW 2D hydrodynamic flood modelling and assessment, to support an application for industrial development within the newly-defined Aerotropolis zone which surrounds the new Western Sydney Airport. When the NSW Government confirmed Badgerys Creek as the location for Sydney’s much-needed additional airport, […]

Throughout the global engineering profession, there is an ongoing academic discussion about the need to contextualise risk for society in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. Structural engineers, as experts in risk associated with the built environment, are more often relied upon to explain the contemporary concept of risk to clients, partners, and associates. Grant [...]

Costin Roe Consulting successfully designed the lifting beam for the raising of continuous 60 to 70 metre-long Kingspan insulated roof panels at APEC Haus, the US$37 million Leaders’ Conference Centre being constructed at Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, in preparation for the APEC Summit to be held in November 2018. APEC Haus has been cited in […]