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Cardno brings 3D Modelling technology to food and farming business Kalfresh

As our Australian government continues to address the ongoing challenge of assisting organisations and authorities to develop more sustainable and resilient food to our communities, Kalfresh, Cardno's key client, will endeavor to expand the production capabilities of their business in their related industries.

Our team is pleased to be providing our suite of engineering services to Kalfresh with their new development - the Agricultural Precinct in the Scenic Rim.

Based in the Fassifern Valley in South East Queensland, Kalfesh is a business providing sustainable farming systems that protects the health and viability of our soil, crops and the environment. They are also the leading supplier of vegetables to all major supermarkets and retail outlets across Australia.

Through our advancements in 3D printing technology, Senior Civil Engineer, Brad Warren and the Springfield team based in South East Queensland have used their capabilities in the digital space to help bring Kalfresh's vision of the new development to life.

In the design development process, Cardno suggested the implementation of a 3D Model to assist state and local authorities and key stakeholders to collaborate and better understand the design intent of the proposed development.
Kalfresh Print Model 1

"We have been using this technology for a few years now and we continue to find new ways to adapt how we design and meet client demands," said Business Leader - Regional Queensland, Warren Steiner.

"I wish to congratulate Brad and the team on their achievements and I look forward to supporting them in driving the use of innovative technology for our clients in the future."

For more information contact:

Warren Steiner
Business Leader - Regional Queensland
Phone: +61 7 3413 3707
Email: warren.steiner@cardno.com.au


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