Geomotion has experience in the monitoring of tunnels, dams, reservoirs and associated projects, working on structures and environments in Australia. We are also able to provide skilled technicians to service existing monitoring equipment on dams and reservoirs.
Equipment supplied and installed during tunnel monitoring projects includes:
- Inclinometers (manual and automated)
- Extensometers (magnetic, rod & wire)
- Water Level monitoring
- Settlement profile systems
- Seepage monitoring
- Pendulum Systems
- Automatic Alarm Messaging telephone, GSM or internet
- Convergence monitoring systems
- Tape extensometers
Geomotion is a corporate sponsor of the Australian Tunnelling Society. You can find below some of our tunnel monitoring projects.
The Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne is delivering twin 9km rail tunnels between Kensington and South Yarra, and five new underground stations through the centre of Melbourne.
Geomotion has overseen the design and implementation of a near real-time data management system. This includes installation, baselining and maintenance of geotechnical and structural instruments.
During the grout compensation scheme, undertaken to protect the Walsh Building and Goldgroup Building in the Perth CBD, Geomotion Australia provided a monitoring system to aid the control of the jet grouting.
Geomotion’s unique cable free Electrolevel Beams allowed the contractor to efficiently and unobtrusively install and monitor the buildings with great accuracy. Geomotion’s I-Site data presentation package was used to closely monitor the movements.
The Brisbane Airport Link is currently Australia’s largest road infrastructure project. Geomotion Australia have supplied a wide range of instruments and on-site training to assist with Thiess John Holland’s comprehensive monitoring scheme.
Transcity is a joint venture between Brisbane-based BMD Constructions, Italian tunnelling company Ghella and Spanish tunnelling and civil infrastructure company, Acciona Infrastructures.
Legacy Way is Brisbane City Council’s 4.6km road tunnel that will connect the Western Freeway at Toowong with the Inner City Bypass (ICB) at Kelvin Grove.