Qualified for Government Projects
At The Jetty Specialist, we are a quality-assured and -registered business and also a Queensland Government and Northern Territory CAL-accredited supplier for all marine projects and infrastructure. We have been successful in designing and constructing many different floating walkway structures throughout Queensland for the recreational boating enthusiast.
The floating walkways we design provide a safe and efficient platform for launching and retrieving boats that are transported via trailer. Some of our completed projects for QLD Transport include:
- Cairns and Lucinda boat ramp
- Coorooman Creek boat ramp
- Turkey Beach boat ramp
- Maroochydore boat ramp
- Bribie Island boat ramp
- Beachmere boat ramp
- Port Douglas boat ramp
- Golden Beach boat ramp
Service to the Government
When dealing with government agencies, we know that specific criteria must be met before our services can be considered. That’s why we have provided our documentation upfront. We want government agencies to see that The Jetty Specialist is the best solution for your marina construction project.
The Jetty Specialist offers a full turnkey design and construction service. We focus on flexibility through design, fabrication capability and an expansive skills base to offer a range of construction methodologies and materials that suit whatever our clients’ needs may be. Some of these include:
- Marine piling
- Ferry pontoons
- Ferry pontoons with disabled access and facilities
- Fuel berths
- Travel lift platforms with capacities of up to 300T safe working load
- Floating walkways
- Barge-mooring dolphins (piles)
- Mooring piles
- Navigation beacon piles and day marks
- Concrete and fabricated wharf structures
- Water intake structures for major dams and sand bypassing projects
These are some of the commercial projects we have designed, manufactured and installed recently.
Two major projects we have recently completed are part of Australian Firsts. These are the Stradbroke Island and the One Mile Ferry Pontoon. The first is a dual freeboard-fabricated aluminium pontoon and rotunda structure. It measures 27m by 9.5m and is 2m in depth.
The second project is the Manly Bayside Sailability Pontoon in Queensland, which was designed to provide accessibility of sailing boats for disabled people interested in sailing. TJS Marine Group has also diversified their portfolio by introducing Eco Beach access facilities to the Sunshine Coast Regional Council. These can be seen at a number of beach access areas in the Mooloolaba area.
For every project we do, our consulting engineers provide a site-specific assessment. This takes into account any geotechnical information on the seabed, the water depths, wind directions, wind strengths, tidal currents and possible wave heights that may occur. We are also highly flexible and able to provide a range of construction solutions to your projects that can meet various and unique constraints.