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Servicing North Queensland from our Townsville office

In an exciting development and expansion of AGE, we opened our North Queensland office in Townsville in March 2016. The new office supports our existing teams in Brisbane and Newcastle and is strategically located in the regional centre of North Queensland to better serve our northern clients and easily access their sites.

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Over 20 years of numerical groundwater modelling

In the late 1990s, groundwater modelling, whilst not in its infancy, was still a relatively new field and the models developed to simulate activities such as mining, pumping or resource development were relatively simple. The capability and capacity of desktop computers in the late 1990s was a significant limitation in computation and functionality.

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14 June 2021

From China to the Cape: Australia’s specialist groundwater consultancy welcomes Dr Haili Jia

Experienced hydrogeologist and numerical modeller Dr Haili Jia joins AGE Consultants, helping expand our breadth of knowledge and expertise. As both a researcher and scientist working on commercial groundwater projects, Dr Jia brings both field and academic experience to her new role, as she acclimatises to AGE and a new life in Australia with her husband and two children.

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29 April 2021

Improved modelling of voids for mine closure planning

To date, mine closure recovery simulations have been too simplistic to accurately predict the long-term behaviour of pit lakes and voids. At AGE, our innovative approach and integration of granular data from various sources is building more reliable models. Queensland’s mine rehabilitation and closure reforms ensure that almost all active and closed open cut mines require a Progressive Rehabilitation and Closure Plan (PRCP). Until recently, void modelling has been quite unsophisticated, with annual average stresses, such as rainfall, used for modelling.

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21 April 2021

New look, same powerful insights

We are proud to announce the launch of our new brand identity and website that mirrors our mission to provide highly technical groundwater & environmental consulting for a changing world. We’ve been providing groundwater and environmental advisory for more than 20 years, empowering informed water decisions that help our clients, communities and the environment thrive, so we thought it was about time that we launch a new look that better reflects our position as Australia’s groundwater specialists.

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