PEAKURBAN is a civil engineering, water engineering, town planning and urban development consultancy.

Working with leading Australian and international property developers, PEAKURBAN offers an integrated selection of capabilities and services including site acquisition and due diligence advice, master planning and urban design, development applications and approvals, detailed engineering design, tender and contract documentation and contract administration.

A single minded focus on achieving positive outcomes for our clients and the community means PEAKURBAN pays attention to every detail while working towards the goals of a project. Our team’s commitment to putting clients first and remaining transparent gives you confidence you are working with experienced professionals who strive to make a positive impact and exceed expectations.

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Different Sites Require Different Stormwater Solutions

By Kelly McKendry, Director – Water & Environment, PEAKURBAN It is par for the course that when preparing a Development Application in Queensland a Stormwater Management Plan (SMP or SWMP) is generally required. However, a SWMP shouldn’t give you the same solution for every site. For instance, stormwater detention may not be required for all … Continue reading Different Sites Require Different Stormwater Solutions

Where are the next Masterplanned Community projects going to be?

By Troy Schultz, Principal Engineer, PEAKURBAN In recent years I’ve noticed an increasing trend of developer’s seeking acquisition sites with minimal planning risk (inside urban footprint, appropriately zoned and preferably with an approval in place). Who could blame them given the political and regulatory minefield they are facing these days. More and more clients tell … Continue reading Where are the next Masterplanned Community projects going to be?

Managing Costs and Value in the “New World”

By Andrew Ngo, Principal Engineer, PEAKURBAN There is little doubt that cost control is a hot topic now. While it has always been important to manage costs regardless of the market cycle, the question though is whether the necessary spending was more than it should have been in the first place. We previously wrote an … Continue reading Managing Costs and Value in the “New World”