Composite fibre is a revolutionary new material being used in many of Australia’s leading sectors including aerospace, marine, mining and transport. Kehoe Myers has been fortunate to not only be involved in composite fibre projects, but to also have one of our Directors on the committee for developing the Australian Standards for using the material … Continue reading COMPOSITE FIBRE… What is it and why use it?
Kehoe Myers’ expertise in land subdivisions continues to grow with the recent completion of stage 1 of “The Orchard” in Westbrook. The Orchard is a three stage residential land development. Stage 1 construction was completed in August 2018 and consisted of 27 lots over a 2.28 hectare property.
Did you know… The Australian Government introduced regulations allowing timber framing in mid-rise buildings. Mid-rise Buildings are typically classified as 4 to 8 storeys with a maximum height of 25 metres.
Land subdivisions are often considered a simple entry into the development world. After all there’s no building and construction involved therefore the initial outlay and timeframes should be significantly lower. Land subdivisions are not as simple as they appear and can often be a costly step into the development world.
Congratulations to our latest team member to be recognised as a Chartered Professional Engineer. Peter Sparksman has been juggling work and study for 4 years and has successfully passed the final hurdle to be a Registered Professional Engineer. Peter has been working in our civil engineering team for 6 years on civil infrastructure projects. Well … Continue reading Congrats Peter Sparksman!
Kehoe Myers Consulting Engineers is currently involved in four such projects including the Burke & Wills Hotel, ‘The Bank’, The Goods Shed and the Empire Theatre where the challenges of retaining the beautify of yesteryear is combined with the vision for modern design and a useful future. ‘The Bank’ development is an iconic sandstone premises … Continue reading New Lease on Life for Heritage Buildings