Bligh Tanner has extensive relevant experience in water policy, technical services and project delivery. Water is essential for human existence, yet urban population growth, climate change and environmental pressures are dramatically and permanently altering the ways in which we use and reuse water. Bligh Tanner has set international benchmarks for innovative integrated water management. The firm seeks to reduce the pressure of modern development on the water environment and create new development opportunities in an increasingly regulated or stressed landscape – leaving a legacy of improved access to water and reduced impacts from flooding. A selection of our relevant experience is the following:
Client: JFE Engineering (contracted to the Japanese Government) and Economic Development Qld, Project: The concept design, detail design and project delivery for the PotaRoo, a 44ML/annum rainwater to potable water reuse scheme and the FiSH, an 80 ML/annum stormwater harvesting to non-drinking water reuse scheme. Winner of the Qld AWA Innovation Award 2012.
Client: Summarecon (private Indonesian development company) Project: the design of an integrated flood management, water quality and water supply project for a new development in West Jakarta Client: Townsville City Council Project: The Townsville Stormwater Strategy, an extensive review of the issues associated with managing stormwater in Townsville and the development of a strategy, based on detailed analysis, dealing with stormwater into the future.