Mr Donnelly is a Principal Civil Engineer with GHD, having wide ranging experience in the design and project management of major multi-discipline primary infrastructure projects.
As a member of the GHD team for the Curtis Island Infrastructure Project, Mr Donnelly has overall responsibility for Project and Design Management. The ongoing commission provides for three separate construction packages including three 2.1 km crossings of Gladstone Harbour using horizontal directional drilling (HDD) techniques, multiple pump stations, 13 km of pipelines, water storages and associated infrastructure.
Mr Donnelly was responsible for the development of the value for money, procurement, risk, commercial and contracting strategies for the HDD crossings, and is currently serving as part of the Project Technical Committee for the ongoing construction phase.
Prior to this project, he was the Program Design Manager for the Beenleigh Merrimac Pimpama Wastewater Alliance, which included 24 km of reticulation sewerage, DN900 and DN1,200 gravity sewerage (7 km in tunnel), pump stations (including SP67 –15 m diameter, 22 m deep housing and three 500 kW pumps having a combined capacity of 2611 l per second), and associated sewerage and recycled watermains.Article continues below…
Mr Donnelly will be co-presenting with Coe Drilling’s Eamon Foley, and will speak about the highly publicised Queensland Gladstone to Curtis Island pipeline, which is part of the Curtis Island Water and Sewerag Infrastructure Project.