6. Revisit your design brief

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Last week, you drafted a bare-bones project management plan for the Toowoomba tunnel project. Maybe you used a flowchart or a timeline, or just a good old fashioned list. Well, now it’s time to flesh out that plan into something more substantial. This is how real-world civil engineers refine their projects along the construction process.

Using your surveyor and geotech data, adapt your basic timeline from Week 1 to take into account unforeseen impacts.Β  For example, needing to modify what equipment is required, sustainability considerations, and the tunnel alignment.Β 

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Suggestions:

- Incorporate a table

- Feel free to use pen and paper if you find it easier to visualise your thoughts that way!

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While you're at it, watch the Inland Rail video below, which shows how that raw data is interpreted and used to inform large-scale project designs. From start to finish, you’ll be tweaking your project plans based on data – thinking on your feet and thinking smart.Β 

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