Integrated into the historic Theatre Royal, The Hedberg is a major creative industries and performing arts development being undertaken by the University of Tasmania with the Commonwealth and Tasmanian governments. [...]
Air conditioning systems in the Pharos wing have been designed to facilitate ASHRAE AA Class of Control. Air distribution systems have adopted low velocity, displacement philosophies for minimal visibility. Consideration [...]
JMG has been the preferred engineering consulting firm for the Launceston Airport for a number of years, completing several key projects during this time. Projects including the security screening upgrade, [...]
JMG worked with Brighton Council and the Department of State Growth as engineering and planning consultant for the new Cove Hill Roundabout. JMG is responsible for all documentation from preliminary [...]
Another award winning JMG was involved in, was the Abt Railway on Tasmania’s west coast. Again, the restricted access and rugged terrain required innovative design and construction techniques. The project [...]
Client: Prudentia Investments P/L Year: 2004-2008 Since 2004 JMG have been working on Cambridge Park. JMG provided civil design services for the subdivision and building developments, hydraulic design for the [...]
Client: Tasmanian Irrigation Year: 2014 JMG continued its relationship with Hazel Bros. Group teaming up once again to deliver the South East Irrigation Scheme Stage 3 after successful completion of [...]
Client: TasWater / Clarence City Council Year: 2008 This project involved an options assessment and detailed design, documentation and contract administration for the construction of 5.8km of sewer gravity main, [...]
Client: Northern Tasmania Development Year: 2011-2012 JMG were engaged to review the Draft Northern Tasmania Regional Land Use Framework and produce the Regional Land Use Strategy. This project involved a [...]
Client: LV Property Investments Pty Ltd Year: 2012 - current Parkwood Gardens is a new subdivision located in Lenah Valley comprising 122 residential lots split over Glenorchy and Hobart municipalities. [...]
JMG provided design coordination for Mechanical, Electrical, Communication, Fire and Hydraulic services for an 800 seat auditorium, practice rooms and function spaces for the Friend's School in Hobart.
The Port Sorell Primary School represents the new face of education design in Tasmania. The school caters for 350 school students and features innovative design techniques, which enhance co-operation and integration for the staff, students and local communities in this facility.
JMG provided planning and structural design services to Woolworths for a significant renovation of their Sandy Bay store, which involved major internal reconfigurations, a 10% expansion of floor area and installation of new rooftop plant equipment.
In 2008/09, JMG worked with LNG Refuellers Pty Ltd to develop a state - wide network of LNG refuelling stations supplied from a central LNG plant at Westbury. JMG contributed Planning, Civil, Structural and Electrical Engineering expertise to the project.
On the 22 September 2007, a fire broke out in the Myer store in the centre of the Hobart CBD, which eventually destroyed the complete Liverpool Street section of the building and, at one stage, threatened the rest of the CBD. JMG was called in during the fire to assess the structural stability of building elements ensuring the overall safety of fire crews.
Marine and Safety Tasmania funded the demolition and re-construction of parts of the public jetty at Dover. The jetty, which is very popular with local fishermen and tourists, has reached the end of its design life. JMG were engaged as engineering design consultants and project managers.
JMG investigated the feasibility of expanding the capacity of a major inner city car park by constructing new decks on top of the existing facility. This project required substantial amounts of investigative work, leading our client, Hobart City Council, into making financial decisions based on engineering inputs.
In 2006 the University of Tasmania initiated a major upgrade of its Cradle Coast campus by expanding the existing facilities to include two new buildings. JMG were engaged to provide structural, civil, hydraulic, mechanical and electrical design services.