Tue, 24 March 2015
Melbourne Water has announced a major water main replacement project for the M102 water main in the city’s inner west, a project that will use sliplining techniques in several sections.
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Fri, 20 March 2015
Construction on the project began in the suburb of Niddrie on 23 March 2015. The project is being delivered by a joint venture between John Holland and KBR.
Melbourne Water Project Manager Paul Jackson said a total of 6.6 km of water main between Niddrie and Tottenham Railway Station, West Footscray, would be replaced over the next seven months.
Mr Jackson said work would move in 100 m sections, with the technique of sliplining used in some areas to minimise impact to busy thoroughfares.
The sliplining will see new pipe pushed through the old pipe without the need for excavation.
Built in 1928, the M1...
With the aid of horizontal directional drilling, Western Power
has removed the final power pole in the Perth suburb of Subiaco after completing the municipality’s final underground power project in Shenton Park.
Wed, 18 March 2015
Water utility GWMWater
is inviting tenders for the relining of a series of sewer mains throughout the utility’s service region in Western Victoria.
Mon, 16 March 2015
has released a tender seeking expressions of interest in order to expand its list of subcontractors working on the National Broadband Network
project, with directional drilling one of the required services.
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Thu, 12 March 2015
Infrastructure company Abergeldie
is seeking full-time pipeline rehabilitation installers and cutter operators to work on projects along Australia’s East Coast.
Tue, 10 March 2015
Early bird registrations are now open
for No-Dig Down Under 2015, the premier trenchless conference and exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere.