Servicing the Southwest of Victoria
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184 Fairy St,
Brian Consulting is committed to providing professional civil and hydraulic engineering, geotechnical and consulting services to our clients throughout the South Western region of Victoria.
VicRoads and Barwon Water accredited.
Engineering design and documentation for residential and industrial subdivisions including roadworks, storm water, sewer, water supply, contract management and construction supervision.
Water Sensitive Urban Design
Our civil design team regularly work with local councils to incorporate innovative WSUD features to not only enhance the appearance and liveability of a development, but also deliver quality clean stormwater to our waterways.
Brian Consulting offers knowledge and experience in extractive industry applications, providing feasibility, planning and detailed design advice for new and existing quarry work plans.
Site Feature and Level surveys for projects of any scale, including new developments, road reconstruction, drainage investigations, residential allotments, flood levels and conceptual design.
Client focused project management delivered on time by our professional engineers for quality developments from feasibility through to Statement of Compliance.
Site Investigation (Soil Testing) and Classification to AS2870-2011 standards. Site Investigation to AS1726 - 2017 for bulk earthworks, structural landfills and footing systems for Commercial and Industrial developments.
Your professional team of Civil Engineers.
Our team is led by Director Stuart Titmus, who has over 20 years experience working with a range of clients and local government authorities such as Wannon Water, Barwon Water, VicRoads, Catchment Management Authorities and councils. He has vast experience with delivery of land development projects for an ongoing client base from the first time developer through to the large scale investor. He is supported by his engineering team - Tom Browne, James Baudinette, Chris Drury, Ben Meade, John Hudson, Lachlan MacDougall, Sam Uwland and Carole Turner.