Mahmoud Al-Madhoun set to work up a crowd at Trenchless Live
Tue, 31 July 2012
At Trenchless Live 2012, Mahmoud Al-Madhoun, Project Manager at City West Water, will present on the William Street Works Project, as part of the Rehabilitation Toolbox Session.
Mr Al-Madhoun’s involvement with underground assets and the use of Trenchless Technology has largely been in managing water and sewer infrastructure projects.
He currently manages a variety of projects, including:
A complex watermain renewal in the Melbourne central business district, involving construction of 4 km of DN600 and DN300 WM
Installation of large distribution mains in a greenfield site, requiring the construction 1.6 km of DN375 and 3.3 km of DN1,200 pipelines
Construction of sewer pipelines on the Stoney Hill Creek Outlet Sewer, involving construction of 600 m of DN450 sewer and construction of the Jamieson Way Sewage Pumping Station.
On Mr Al-Madhoun’s projects, he has utilised a variety of trenchless technologies in order to overcome environmental obstacles to pipe renewals, such as the need to cross major intersections, tram tracks, railway tracks and water ways.
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Trenchless technologies he has employed in his projects include pipe cracking, laser boring, directional drilling and pipe ramming.
Don’t miss Mr Al-Madhoun’s presentation, taking place at 10:30 am on Wednesday 24 October at the Melbourne Showgrounds.