The capital expenditure program will include 108 infrastructure projects across the utility’s five service regions - Brisbane, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Somerset.
Queensland Urban Utilities CEO Louise Dudley said a key focus of the capital works program was building new infrastructure to cater for south east Queensland’s population growth.
“It is important that we continue to plan and build for the future to ensure we have a sustainable water and sewerage network for many years to come,” she said.
“Queensland Urban Utilities determines capital expenditure in each region on a nee...
The Australian Drilling Industry Association has opened registrations for DRILL 2014, the organisation’s flagship national conference.
Tenders for pipe supply, pipework and sewer relining have been released.
Having a sewer lining crew available on standby over the 2013 Christmas period allowed Interflow to deliver a quick response when a leaking sewer was discovered.
WA Water Minister Mia Davies recently announced the completion of a $A4.2 million State Government project to refurbish 1.5 km of wastewater pipes in Mount Lawley and East Perth.
Interflow recently used Interline cured-in-place pipe structural liner to renew an egg-shaped sewer in Sydney.