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Diploma of Hydraulics Services Design
Cert IV Hydraulic Services Design



Team Leader | Senior Hydraulic Engineer

Dip (Hydraul.) | Cert IV Hyd.ServDes


Residential / Strata


Condition Report

Construction – Documents



Legal Compliance

Scope of Works

Technical Specifications

Tender – Documents

Tenders – Response Analysis

Hydraulic Drafting / Design


Commercial and Industrial Trade Waste

Fire Hydrant Block Plan

Fire Hose Reel

Fire Hydrant

Green Star

Hot & Cold water

Natural Gas and LPG

Non-Potable Water

Operation & Maintenance Manual

Pumping Stations

Penetration Layout

Recycled Water

Reverse Osmosis

Sewer Service Diagram



Workshop Design

Warm Water


Warringah Mall – Shopping Centre Redevelopment

Westfield Warringah Mall underwent a $310 million redevelopment. Stage 1 of the redevelopment was completed with the opening of the 5-level multi-storey car park and a new fresh food court opened by My Kitchen Rules 2015 winners Will and Steve. Stage 2 of the redevelopment was completed in November 2016. Myer was temporarily closed for refurbishment and was opened by Australian model Jennifer Hawkins. Sean was the lead hydraulic design engineer responsible for workshop design and coordination with all trades, adopting concept tender requirements through to detailed construction documentation.

Dee Why RSL Redevelopment

The Dee Why RSL project involves the demolition of an existing two level car park, excavation and construction of a new multi-storey basement car park, enlargement of the existing loading dock, construction of a new level of Club expansion plus associated services infrastructure & landscape improvements. Sean’s role for the project involved all hydraulic design services for the development with investigation of the existing infrastructure, integration into the existing building services infrastructure, integration and design of the Enabling works with delivery for all stages in consultation with the consultant team.

Charles Sturt University – Stage 1

The hydraulic Engineering involved the design, workshop, construction, handover and operation of the new areas fully integrated into campus life and conforming to the University’s standards and policies. Best practice in the area of sustainable building design was essential by utilising the Green Building Council of Australia’s suite of Green Star assessment tools. The inclusion of a Building Automation System (BAS) and smart meters capable of energy management was integrated with the University’s LAN and coordinated with all trades on-site. Sean also completed the hydraulic services design for the new 250-bed student residential accommodation project with completion in 2018 on the adjacent lot fronting Kingfisher Road.

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