Design and Construction

New Zealand Fish Passage Workshops 2023-2024

In partnership with the New Zealand National institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, AFPS is presenting several fish passage masterclasses to increase the skillset of regional councils and Iwi groups in barrier assessment, prioritisation and fishway design to enable the development of fish passage action plans in line with new legislation.

Sleng Weir Fishway, Cambodia 2023

In partnership with Charles Sturt University, AFPS designed, supervised construction, conducted intensive fish passage training sessions with local fisheries, irrigation officials, and students, and had the honor of officially inaugurating the Sleng Weir Vertical Slot fishway alongside the Australian Ambassador in November, 2023.

Fitzroy Basin Association Fishways Project 2020-2023

AFPS worked with the Fitzroy Basin Association to undertake eight fish passage improvement projects in the Fitzroy Basin. Four rock ramp fishways and one cone fishway were constructed, one crossing upgraded to fish-friendly box culverts and two baffle installations were carried out in the catchment.

Big Al’s Brook 2020

AFPS worked in conjunction with Queensland TMR to undertake the relocation of big Al’s Brook due to the widening of the Bruce Highway and the design of fish habitat features.

Barwon Barrage Cone Fishway 2020

AFPS worked with the Corangamite CMA to provide design and construction supervision the cone fishway at Barwon Barrage, near Geelong, Victoria.

Bunya Crossing 2020

Moreton Bay Regional Council were looking to improve both fish passage and scouring issues at the crossing.

Warrock Rock Ramp Fishway 2019

AFPS worked with the Glenelg Hopkin CMA to successfully undertake the construction a rock ramp fishway on the Glenelg River, near Casterton in western Victoria.

Kbal Hong Cone Fishway 2019

AFPS provided design and construction and monitoring supervision to the Cambodian Inland Fisheries Service and Pursat Province Irrigation ror a cone fishway on the Kbal Hong Weir on the Stung Pursat in central Cambodia.

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