We are regarded as leaders in Australia’s transportation sector for good reason. For 30 years we have been at the forefront of transportation planning, strategy development, engineering design, construction monitoring and managing both state highway and local road networks.
More recently we have applied those decades of experience to helping with the recovery efforts of communities such as Rockhampton in Queensland where MWH, now part of Stantec, led the TNRP recovery program to get their networks reconnected after consecutive years of major flooding.
We have international transport experience more recently with our work with the Fiji Roads Authority where MWH have helped Fijians in the aftermath of Cyclone Winston and also our extensive experience in the New Zealand market with local authorities and the New Zealand Transport Agency.
We are a dedicated team of engineering professionals who can partner in any delivery environment from Design & Construct to traditional procurement and on any transportation project. We are experts in road safety, network maintenance, walking and cycling, and multi-modal transportation solutions.
MWH has offices right across the country – we understand your people, assets and stakeholders, but can also bring world-leading approaches and fully-integrated or technology-based solutions when you need them. Because we are relationship and value-focused, you can be confident we will deliver the right result first time.
- Delivering the preliminary design of the 2018 Commonwealth Games Transit Malls for the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
- MWH provided services for the Department of Transport and Main Roads and TransLink on the Public Transport Feasibility Program (PTFT) of works delivering strategic plans aimed to identify improvements to the Public Transport Network, specifically interchange opportunities, improved passenger and vehicle operations, and branding.
- After years of flooding, Queensland authorities asked MWH to help reconnect the region’s damaged road system. The program that MWH participated in was called TNRP, or Transport Network Reconstruction Program. In addition to the road repair for citizens, an immediate challenge was to make sure that the coal industry in the area could be restarted again. Watch the video on below to learn more about the project and how MWH is committed to design with community in mind in Australia