Goulburn Valley Water has awarded the contract for the management of the utility’s water mains renewal program.
With this contract, Veolia will continue to strengthen the partnership built between the two organisations during the successful delivery of two previous water and sewer infrastructure projects.
In addition to the renewal of water mains for the next three years, Veolia will work with Goulburn Valley Water on its valve insertion program to reduce the effects of future water main failures throughout the region.
“With our rich expertise in trenchless technology and local knowledge, we are able to provide the most suitable solution to address and minimise the concerns of the community and client,” said Veolia Water Technologies Australia Market Development Manager Ziad Bushnaq.
“These works will assist Goulburn Valley Water in managing the standard of water services delivered to the community, including quality and continuous supply.
“Through the technology proposed, any impact on the environment will also be reduced for the duration of the project.”
Goulburn Valley Water Project Engineer Tyson Coombes said the relationship would continue to grow as they continue to work together to deliver the renewal program.
“Veolia and Goulburn Valley Water have developed a good working relationship on recent water and sewer infrastructure projects, and we look forward to continue growing this relationship by working together on our water main renewal projects over the next three years,” he said.
For more information visit the Veolia website.
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