AvLaw was engaged by Meriton to provide a safety case to support their application to Brisbane Airport Corporation with respect to crane activity associated with the construction of Infinity Tower. A temporary penetration of the PANS-OPS was initially rejected prior to AvLaw’s involvement, a decision that was eventually overturned without any reduction in heights or periods of operation.
International Tower One, Barangaroo
AvLaw was engaged by Lendlease to provide a safety case to support their application to Sydney Airport Corporation Limited (SACL) with respect to permanent and temporary penetrations of prescribed airspace. After completing the aeronautical assessment and preparing the relevant documentation, AvLaw managed the approval process on behalf of Lendlease by liaising with all relevant stakeholders including SACL, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Airservices Australia and the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development (DIRD). Approvals being sought were granted and facilitated the completion of construction.
One Sydney Harbour
AvLaw was the principal aviation consultant engaged to provide technical input with regards to the aeronautical impacts associated with the proposed development of two residential towers at Barangaroo. The advice provided also took into consideration temporary crane activity required to complete construction.
Crown Sydney Hotel Resort
Following our successful involvement with Lendlease on International Tower One, AvLaw was engaged by Crown Resorts to provide a safety case to support their application to Sydney Airport Corporation Limited (SACL) with respect to permanent and temporary penetrations of prescribed airspace of the proposed landmark Crown Sydney Hotel Resort at Barangaroo.
Taylor Constructions required an aviation consultant to assist prepare a submission seeking regulatory approvals for crane activity near Sydney Airport. AvLaw was involved across both Stages 2 and 3 of the development of the Connect Corporate Centre. The scope related to providing technical assessment of crane activity on aircraft operations and stakeholder liaison. The approvals being sought by Taylor Constructions were granted by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. An amendment to the period/length for which the approval was required to complete construction was also managed successfully by AvLaw.
338 Pitt Street
An aviation consultant was required to assist with a number of controlled activity approvals being sought for a 260m-tall tower in Sydney’s CBD. AvLaw was engaged following an initial application by the Proponent was rejected by Airservices Australia. A Safety Case was prepared to support the building and crane activity exceeding the declared prescribed airspace limits over the site. The application was approved and required a change to a boundary of the Radar Terrain Clearance Chart for Sydney Airport. Our involvement facilitated a potential increase in building and crane height of 91m.