+ PORT MACQUARIE TOWN GREEN WEST

 

AUGUST 2020

 

In February 2020 King & Campbell were engaged by Port Macquarie-Hastings Council to prepare a Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the Town Green West improvement works. King & Campbell managed a number of specialist sub consultants including ecological and Aboriginal and European heritage. Works also included liaising with various government agencies and obtaining the relevant licences and permits. The improvement works are an extension to the recently constructed works undertaken on the eastern portion of Town Green. The new works have been identified as a key COVID-19 recovery project, with completion anticipated in December this year. See link below for further details.

http://www.pmhc.nsw.gov.au/Town-Green-West-Upgrade

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+ INVERELL TOWN CENTRE RENEWAL

 

AUGUST 2020

 

In 2014 King & Campbell prepared the Inverell Town Centre Renewal Plan. The Plan included an innovative at-grade centre median and tree planting treatment for Otho and Byron Streets, Inverell’s main streets. Otho Street was constructed in 2018 and was well received by the Inverell community. Byron Street was constructed in 2020. Citygreen, suppliers of the sub-surface tree root vault system for the project, produced a case study video of the project - see link below.

https://citygreen.com/case-studies/inverell-expands-town-centre-renewal-after-stratavault-success/

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+ MARIA RIVER ROAD DETAIL SURVEY

 

JULY 2020

 

Following the State Government's recent announcement of the upgrade of Maria River Road, King & Campbell have been engaged to undertake the detailed survey of its corridor. The section of road is approximately 24km in length and is situated, almost equally, in the Kempsey Shire Council and Port Macquarie-Hastings Council areas. The objective of the survey is to establish the relationship between the road in use and cadastral boundaries, and obtain enough topographic detail to enable the design of the future road.

+ COFFS JETTY STRIP STRUCTURE PLAN

 

MAY 2020

 

In November 2019 King & Campbell were appointed by Coffs Harbour City Council as Principal Consultant for this important, high-profile project. King & Campbell have been working closely with Council’s Internal Working Group in developing a comprehensive suite of urban design initiatives for the project, including significant road, parking, footpath and intersection reconfigurations. The project has involved close consultation with a range of Council representatives, landholders, businesses and special interest groups. King & Campbell have prepared a video fly-through of the proposed works which is being utalised as a key communication tool in the Public Exhibition.

Source: Prime7 News North Coast (19 May 2020)

https://www.prime7.com.au/news/25842-jetty-strip

+ PORT MACQUARIE OBSERVATORY APPROVAL

 

APRIL 2020

 

King & Campbell have been working closely with the Port Macquarie Astronomical Association (PMAA) in the development of plans for a new observatory and science hub in Rotary Park, adjacent to Town Beach. In March 2020 Development Approval was granted by Port Macquarie Hastings Council for the new facility, which is to replace the existing observatory building in the same location. The existing building was opened in 1965 and has provided continuous educational services since that time, including astronomical viewing and exhibitions. The new building will provide larger and modern facilities, including a new observatory dome, a multi-function display and foyer, an 85 seat auditorium and an outdoor plaza. PMAA are keen to make a start on the new building and are currently seeking grant funding opportunities.

+ NEW DIRECTORS

 

MARCH 2020

 

Tony, Scott, David and Nigel are pleased to announce the appointment of two new King & Campbell Directors. Craig Campbell and Scott Kahler became Directors in March 2020 and are set to bolster the management and capability of the firm, particularly in its surveying, civil engineering and project management disciplines. Craig is a civil engineer who has worked with King & Campbell since graduating from Newcastle University in 2014. Scott Kahler is a surveyor who has been with the firm for 4 years.

Craig Campbell

B Eng (Civil), MBA,

MIE Aust, NER

Chartered Civil Engineer

Scott Kahler

B SST Surv, B Nat Res (Hons),

MIS NSW

Surveyor

+ SUNRISE ESTATE

 

JANUARY 2020

 

Nigel Swift and David Tooby attended the opening of Sunrise Estate in Nelson Bay in November 2019. King & Campbell have been working closely with the client Hometown Australia on this large residential living project since 2017 as the lead urban design and architectural consultant. The development comprises 193 home sites and comprehensive community facilities, which include a generous clubhouse and games room, bowling green, swimming pool and tennis court. The scope of services provided has included site master plans and concept design drawings to facilitate planning approvals, and detailed architectural, landscape architectural and interior design drawings for tendering and construction.

+ RAINBOW BEACH SPORTING FIELDS

 

DECEMBER 2019

 

In December 2019, King & Campbell were appointed by Port Macquarie Hastings Council to provide a full range of consultancy services for the Rainbow Beach Sporting Fields project. The project will provide new and much needed district level playing fields for the growing residential communities of Lake Cathie and Bonny Hills, including clubhouse and amenities buildings, car parking and access, pedestrian and spectator facilities and landscaping.