Our Qualifications

Our Code of Conduct

Our Quality Policy

Our Qualifications

Pre-qualifications

Quality Management System:
Tod Consulting 4/20 Mary Street Noosaville
Operates a Quality Management System
which complies with the requirements of ISO9001:2015 for the following scope
Civil and structural engineering design and project management.
Certificate No. QMS42601

Local Buy pre-qualified supplier:
Project Management Consultancy Services (BUS 220-0811)
Engineering Consultancy Services (BUS 226-0212)
Sunshine Coast Council – Panel of Providers for Infrastructure Design Services (Contract No. R130800):
Civil Works Design – Roadworks, Culverts and drainage structures, Carparks, Earthworks, Retaining Walls, Water supply and sewerage services
Structural Design – Bridge design, Buildings and structures, Boardwalks, Viewing Decks, Shade structures, Play equipment, Skate facilities

Professional Memberships

Australasian Corrosion Association – Corporate Member, NACE International – 1 member; and ACRA – 1 member
5 of us are RPEQs (Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland)
1 of us are CPEngs (Chartered Professional Engineer, Australia)
1 of us is a member of the UDIA (Urban Development Institute of Australia) – Sunshine Coast Branch
2 of us are members of the IPWEAQ (Institute of Public Works Engineers Australia – Queensland Branch)
1 of us is an Open Class Licensed Builder (QLD Building & Construction Commission)
1 of us is a member of AIPM (Australian Institute of Project Management)

Our Award winning Projects

2016 IPWEAQ Excellence Awards – Projects $2 to $5 million – Curing a Cancer Patient: Munna Point Bridge
2016 Sunshine Coast Architecture Awards – Regional Project of the Year Award, and Regional Commendation Award – Noosa’s new look Coastal Bus Shelters
2016 IPWEAQ – Jack Morgan Park Upgrade Project, Coolum – Projects under $2million
2016 IPWEA Excellence Awards – Nambour Youth Precinct Skate Park – Overall Winner Innovation
2015 IPWEAQ Excellence Awards – Projects less than $1 million – Neilson Rd and Elliot Rd bridges – Enduring, economical road bridges for quiet places
2015 UDIA Awards for Excellence – Urban Renewal Finalist – Place + Beerwah Urban Renewal Project
2014 IPWEAQ Excellence Awards – Overall Winner – Place + Beerwah Urban Renewal Project
2014 Master Builders Award (QLD) Lifestyle Housing for Seniors – Noosa Care, Carramar, Tewantin
2014 Master Builders Award (QLD) Refurbishment/Renovation up to $2 million – The Dispensary, Mackay
2012 State Architecture Awards (QLD) Multi Award Winner – Viridian Apartments (Stage 3), Noosa Heads
2011 State Architecture Awards (QLD) Multi Award Winner – Kingaroy Crematorium
UDIA Qld 2011 Awards Finalist – Bulcock Beach Foreshore Redevelopment, Caloundra
IPWEAQ 2010 Excellence Awards Winner – Nambour HUB of the Hinterland & Town Square

Our Code of Conduct

Values:

Integrity:

  • Our designs work – we provide infrastructure for our community that is safe, long-lasting and enjoyable to use
  • All team members take responsibility to provide thorough, high quality advice and documentation
  • We strive to provide timely, solution-focused information
  • We believe in a healthy life-work balance. We maintain a suit & tie-free office environment
  • We are committed to reducing consumption and material waste in our operations

Respect:

  • Each team member strives to be considerate, compassionate, cooperative and supportive
  • We share our knowledge to develop optimum solutions. All ideas are worthy of consideration
  • We are honest, concise and responsible in our communications
  • All team members respect our clients’ confidentiality. Project concerns are discussed internally, not publicly
  • We are committed to fairness and equality
  • We believe in an organised, safe and tidy workplace
  • We resolve conflict with calm, effective communication

Trust:

  • We trust each other to do our work conscientiously, and to say what needs to be said

Flexibility:

  • Whenever possible, we design our projects to allow for future changes of use
  • We consider tried & tested methods along with new ideas
  • Team members manage their own work hours to responsibly balance life and work commitments

Community:

  • We are proud to design infrastructure that will benefit our community for decades to come
  • We support worthy charities and community projects, such as Red Cross natural disaster appeals and the RSPCA
  • Wherever possible, we source materials and services for our operations from local suppliers

Our Quality Policy

Tod Consulting Pty Ltd are professional engineers specialising in infrastructure, buildings, subdivisions and placemaking projects. We provide design, consulting and project management services to clients including local governments, facility owners, developers and constructors.
Our Quality Management System is based on the International Quality Management Standard ISO 9001:2015

Commitment:

  • Comply with client specifications and relevant statutory requirements
  • Establish and maintain objectives and targets with the aim of eliminating inefficiencies
  • Comply with ISO 9001:2015
  • Maintain a prime focus on client satisfaction
  • Monitor, inspect, measure and report the effectiveness of our quality management goals and system by:
  • A Design risk assessment is undertaken at the start of the project and Constructability issues identified and managed in consultation with the client.
  • Ongoing communication is carried out with Client, stakeholders, designers, contractors (if known) to ensure the project outcomes meet or exceed the client’s requirements along with the appropriate Australian Standards and best practice.
  • Issues affecting project outcomes are communicated to the client immediately with recommended actions to eliminate or minimise impacts;
  • Revised project documentation (eg design drawing amendments) are tracked using transmittal documents to ensure all parties are working off the latest documents.
  • We assign appropriate resources to conduct regular assessments and inspections to track safety performance, environmental controls and work quality.
  • Formal reports are prepared for the client on a regular basis on project performance covering progress, costs versus budget, variations, quality, safety and environment.

Strategies and Objectives:

  • Ensure that project outcomes meet or exceed the client’s requirements along with the appropriate Australian Standards and best practice
  • Compliance with relevant legal and other obligations
  • To have a growing and sustainable businessEnsuring that not only our immediate clients, but also facility end-users and other stakeholders are satisfied with our design and service outcomes.

This statement is issued to indicate our commitment to our product, our clients and our standards of service.  The full support of our employees, suppliers and contractors is sought in meeting our commitment.