The tenders for Dubbo’s multimillion-dollar cross-city pipeline opened earlier this week.
The Dubbo Regional Council are developing the pipeline to bring recycled water from the Dubbo Sewage Treatment Plant into the city to replace non-potable groundwater.
The project will involve laying 19 km of pipes, including ‘dual’ pipes for the separate movement of groundwater and recycled water which will cover 8 of the 19 km.
Dubbo Regional Council opened tenders for the project on 7 January 2020, requesting services such as drilling and boring services, pipes and fitting services, CCTV inspection and pipeline construction.
The council anticipates construction of the cross-city pipeline will take less than four months to complete, with works commencing in early March 2020.
Click here to view the tender.
Dubbo Regional Council will close the tenders on 18 February 2020.
For more information visit the Dubbo Regional Council website.
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