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  • Matt (Back Ground & Geotechnics – 5)Dave (Water – 2)Brian (Risks and Hazards – 4)Miriam (MasterPlan / Tranpsort - 4)Rory (Energy, Water, Waste - 6)
  • Group 03 Development Presentation

    1. 1. Development Presentation29th May 2012Azat TatygulovBrian FongDavid MilneFoivos SkourosJean BenardLiu YangMatthew WoodMiriam NoonanRory ThomasInt. Supervisor: Prof R.JardineExt. Supervisor: Mr Ian Carradice, Arup
    2. 2. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks & • Multi Billion DollarHazardsMaster PlanTransport ProjectRenewableEnergyWasteManagement • Development of BeachWaterManagement Front Town Preston BeachQuestions? • Population Increase from 185 to 25,000 Western Australia (Adapted from Google Maps, 2012)
    3. 3. BackgroundGeotechnics Aims:GroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster Plan • Financially ViableTransport ProjectRenewableEnergyWasteManagement • Developing site withWaterManagement complex groundQuestions? conditions • Develop Sustainable Community Clients Land (Arup, 2012)
    4. 4. BackgroundGeotechnics Local DemandsGroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagement Preserve Local Environment Medical Care Improve water supplyWaterManagementQuestions? Telecom facilities Retain community Transportation atmosphere
    5. 5. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster Plan • Calcareous Sand andTransportRenewable limestoneEnergyWasteManagement • Soft, Highly CompressibleWaterManagementQuestions? Material • Acid Sulphate Soils Geological Map (RSP, 2011)
    6. 6. BackgroundGeotechnics Groundwork • Low Bearing Capacity SoilsGroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster Plan • Large and Differential SettlementsTransport • Ground Improvement RequiredRenewableEnergyWasteManagement Piled Raft Buoyancy RaftWaterManagementQuestions? Piled Rafts (UWE, 1993) Buoyant Rafts (UWE, 1993)
    7. 7. BackgroundGeotechnics Ground Improvement:GroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagement CIPS MICSWaterManagementQuestions? Compaction Grouting Vibration Dynamic Compaction Compaction
    8. 8. BackgroundGeotechnics • 2 AquifersGroundwaterRisks & • Decreasing Water Levels, Increasing SalinityHazardsMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Groundwater Process (RSP, 2011)
    9. 9. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransport • 8GL/yr AvailableRenewableEnergyWaste • 4GL/yr DemandManagementWaterManagement • Not SustainableQuestions? • New Resource Necessary Ground Water Contours (RSP, 2011)
    10. 10. BackgroundGeotechnics Coastal Erosion Rock StructuresGroundwater Maximum 1.3 m coastalRisks &Hazards retreat per yearMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergy Jute MatsWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Water Breaks High Risk Zone Coastal erosion susceptibility (Geoscience Australia, 2005)
    11. 11. BackgroundGeotechnics Acid Sulphate SoilsGroundwaterRisks &Hazards Zone 1 AvoidMaster PlanTransport Zone 2 Lime TreatmentRenewableEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Zone 3 Avoid Acid Sulphate Soils Hazards (ARUP, 2011)
    12. 12. BackgroundGeotechnics GroundGroundwater ConditionsRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransport Business Water Model ResourcesRenewableEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Community Energy Development Environment
    13. 13. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwater Residential CentralRisks &Hazards District CommercialMaster Plan DistrictTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagement LakesideWater PedestrianManagement School and RouteQuestions? Leisure N Facilities ZONE 2 Exclusive Lake Side Homes MasterPlan (©PB Consulting, 2012)
    14. 14. BackgroundGeotechnics Phase One:GroundwaterRisks &Hazards Zones 1 andMaster Plan 2 developedTransportRenewable in parallelEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagement Phase Two:Questions? N ZONE 2 Construction of Zone 3 MasterPlan (©PB Consulting, 2012)
    15. 15. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwater EnhanceRisks &Hazards development toMaster Plan the NorthTransportRenewableEnergy ReleaseWaste Central Bus congestionManagementWater Station duringManagement constructionQuestions? phase ZONE 2 Upgrade Dirt Tracks to Myalup MasterPlan (©PB Consulting, 2012)
    16. 16. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks & Advantages:HazardsMaster Plan • Better connections toTransportRenewable neighbouring townsEnergyWasteManagement • Minimum impact on localWater environmentManagementQuestions? • Suitable fire escape routes • Cost effective solution Transport Plan (Adapted from Google Maps, 2012)
    17. 17. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransportRenewable Wind Solar WaveEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Geothermal Biomass Legislation requires 20% of electricity to be provided by renewable energy sources by 2020 SEN suggests setting a target of 30%
    18. 18. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Western Power Network Capacity Map (WA, 2012)
    19. 19. Other MunicipalBackground Total waste produced in 3% Solid Waste 23%Geotechnics Preston Beach: 87,000 tonnes/year ConstructionGroundwater & Demolition 50% Commercial &Risks & IndustrialHazards Perth 24%Master PlanTransportRenewableEnergy 20% Inorganic OrganicWasteManagement 80% Waste CollectionWaterManagementQuestions? Recycle Biomass Glass Steel Plastic E-Waste Repair Landfill Energy New-Product Fertiliser & Resell Waste Management (© PB Consulting, 2012)
    20. 20. BackgroundGeotechnics Water efficiencyGroundwater Reduce water usage: 71% public water municipalRisks &HazardsMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions? Recycle water after use: Only 6% of treated wastewater recycled 40% savings possible by 2020 Water Efficiency, recycling and alternative supplies: (WA, 2009)
    21. 21. BackgroundGeotechnics Conclusions:GroundwaterRisks & • Identified Issues with SiteHazardsMaster Plan • Developed Initial Master PlanTransport • Considered Solutions to Complex GroundRenewableEnergy ConditionsWasteManagementSummary Direction: • Refine master plan with topographyQuestions? • Develop business plan • Plan for growth of the community Water Efficiency, recycling and alternative supplies: (WA, 2009)
    22. 22. BackgroundGeotechnicsGroundwaterRisks &Hazards Questions WelcomeMaster PlanTransportRenewableEnergyWasteManagementWaterManagementQuestions?

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