Fri, 30 January 2015
Wannon Water has deployed adjustable closed-circuit television throughout more than 3 km of underground sewer network in the town of Coleraine, Victoria.
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Wed, 28 January 2015
Part of the water utility’s Sewer Inspection Program, the robotic closed-circuit television (CCTV) technology the pipes to be closely examined to see if there are any maintenance or structural issues without having to dig deep access trenches, said Wannon Water Managing Director Grant Green.
“If the CCTV inspections reveal any concerns about the general condition of the pipes, we can then address them before they cause long-term asset damage or disruption to the sewerage services we provide in Coleraine,” said Mr Green.
CCTV technology is capable of precisely locating pipe degradation such as crac...
The National Broadband Network’s construction rollout
has made landfall in Sydney, with NBN Co switching 3,600 homes and businesses over to the network in the Western suburb of Penrith from February 2015.
Fri, 23 January 2015
Sydney’s epic $AU8.3 billion North West Rail Link reached another project milestone this week when one of its four tunnel boring machines broke through to the site of the future Norwest Station.
Wed, 21 January 2015
Work has kicked off again on the Harcourt Rural Modernisation Project for 2015, following controversial delays last year
. The project utilises trenchless techniques such as horizontal directional drilling.
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Tue, 20 January 2015
One of Australia’s largest pipeline renewal companies attended the signing of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement
in late 2014, representing the country’s trenchless industry at the invitation of Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
Fri, 16 January 2015
A fourth tunnel boring machine has commenced digging operations on Sydney’s high-profile $8.3 billion North West Rail Link railway project.