The MacDonald Sheet Piling and Anchor System has been totally designed and developed in Queensland by the MacDonald family. Numerous Geotechnical, Structural Engineers and Surveyors have contributed towards the development of the system by analysing and recording results obtained from testing and monitoring the installed retention systems.
The MacDonald family wish to express their appreciation to Robert Bird & Partners (QLD) and Weathered Howe (QLD), (Structural Engineers), for their support and expertise, which has greatly assisted the MacDonald family in the development of the system.
The MacDonald family are committed to ongoing research projects to ensure The MacDonald Sheet Piling & Anchor System is a market leader, offering increased benefits to clientele within the building, civil and marine industries.
We also wish to acknowledge the assistance of BHP, in particular their commissioning of the Queensland University of Technology and Taylor Thomson of the Queensland University of Technology and Taylor Thomson Whitting NSW (Structural Engineers) to undertake the tensile strength testing of the MacDonald Patented Sheet Pile products.
Since the initial testing of the MacDonald Super Strength Sheet Piling System in 1986 and the final teating completed in 1999, by The Queensland University of Technology, the MacDonald family has continued to monitor, design and develop products utilising ongoing stringent testing procedures to provide a fully engineered quality assured system and to ensure that supply of quality products to their respective industries.