Geolyse provided Environmental Management, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment and Environmental Engineering services for the Carcoar Central Tablelands Livestock Exchange.
Geolyse provided detail, setout and Works As Executed survey, engineering design of haul roads and the stockpile site and pre-construction ecological surveys for the Burrendong Dam Auxiliary Spillway Upgrade .
Geolyse provided planning, engineering and survey services for a 420 lot residential estate and expansion for the golf course.
The Geolyse team provided Architectural Services to modernise Ramiens Timber in Dubbo.
The Geolyse team provided holistic services to deliver Southlakes Estate, a 420 lot residential subdivision in Dubbo, Central NSW.
The Geolyse Architecture team provided design for a chapel and function centre located at Warrill Park Cemetery, Ipswich, Queensland.
Geolyse was initially engaged to assist in site selection, including due diligence, town planning and civil engineering services for a proposed 120 room seniors living development.
Geolyse was initially engaged by Hines Construction to complete the design and construction drawings for the new VW franchise in Bathurst.
The subject land had not been surveyed for nearly 100 years and Geolyse provided initial planning approvals through architectural design, survey and LPI registration of the final strata plan
Geolyse was engaged to undertake extensive survey work at Rasp Hill Mines on behalf of Broken Hill Operations Pty Ltd.
Geolyse secured requisite environmental approvals and completed earthworks and access treatment designs to facilitate construction the Tamworth Livestock Exchange
Geolyse were engaged to manage the Quality Assurance aspects and provide technical advice to Council for an upgrade of Lake Endeavour Dam in Parkes NSW.
Geolyse Engineers were engaged to design for the required widening and upgrading of an old concrete bridge near Mudgee in NSW.
Geolyse was commissioned to do the architectural design, planning, environmental reporting, hydraulics and water management design for mining accommodation facilities resulting in a practical yet inviting living space in an outback environment.
Geolyse Architects designed the Dairy Hill residence which now stands as a statement of iconic design in Orange NSW.
CSR Limited engaged Geolyse to prepare a Vegetation Management Plan to assist in the remediation works for King Stockyards Creek at Oberon.
Geolyse undertook impact assessment investigations, leading to the preparation and submission of the Environmental Impact Statement for the $280m Taralga wind farm state significant development located in NSW
Geolyse was initially engaged by a Dubbo based civil contactor to provide survey services for the Tomingley Gold Project.
Geolyse provided engineering design and survey services for the modernisation and rationalisation of the open channel network and associated channel structures that form the Narromine Irrigation Scheme (NIS).
Dubbo City Council engaged Geolyse to preparing various Concept Designs to be ultimately accepted by Dubbo City Council.
The University of Sydney engaged Geolyse to provide town planning, architectural, civil engineering, structural engineering and survey services for student accommodation
Geolyse’s role was to identify strategic gaps between the current and desired Council position in respect of waste management.
The services provided for the construction of the Bathurst Crematorium included Planning, Architecture, Survey and Civil Engineering.
Geolyse was engaged to undertake a comprehensive Environmental Assessment of the Jenolan Caves Road.
The Blackmans Swamp Creek Stormwater Harvesting Scheme represents the first large scale, indirect-to-potable stormwater harvesting project in NSW, if not Australia.
Two main projects delivered for the Orange Christian School including the Library Learning Centre and Pre Fabricated Classrooms
The Green Skills Trade Education Centre on Forest Road, located within TAFE Western’s Forest Road campus in Orange is the first of its kind and will be a showpiece for environmentally sustainable educational buildings for the region.