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View the latest trenchless technology tenders

Upgrade of A01 Rising Main
Issued by: Gladstone Regional Council
Closing Date: 22 February 2022
Location: Queensland
Description: Gladstone Regional Council (the Principal) requires a suitably qualified Contractor to undertake the upgrade of approximately 1.8 kilometre of rising main between the A01 Sewer Pump Station (SPS) and Gladstone Wastewater Treatment Plant (GWWTP). 

Tawa St Water Supply Upgrade
Issued by: Whanganui District Council
Closing Date: 24 February 2022
Location: New Zealand
Description: Whanganui District Council (WDC) is inviting tenders from suitably experienced contractors to construct the new water and gas main on Tawa St from Rata St to Kings Ave.

The scope of work includes but is not restricted to:

  • The installation ONLY of principal-supplied water main materials, of a length of 670 metres of DN100 PVC-M watermain by open cut trenching, a length of 600 metres of DN150 mm PE gas main and 50 metres DN80 mm PE gain main by using the open cut trenching, and 35 metres DN80 mm PE gain main by using the directional trenching method. (The gas main and watermain will share the same trench)
  • The installation of four new fire hydrants, five valves and associated streetwear.
  • Supply and Install of 200mm x 25mm H4 Timber between gas and water mains, as a separation barrier between mains
  • Relocation/realignment of all other utilities that may be required to deliver the scope.
  • Private connections where needed.
  • Flushing, disinfection, and pressure testing of new water pipeline.
  • Incorporation of materials supplied by the Principal into the contract works.
  • Planned work shut-offs with appropriate public notice.
  • Management of high groundwater conditions if necessary.
  • Full reinstatement in line with existing conditions.
  • As-built document preparation. 

Structural Relining of Stormwater Drains & Associated Works
Issued by: Yarra City Council
Closing Date: 18 February 2022
Location: Victoria
Description: This contract related to deliver the services of Structural Relining of Stormwater drains and Associated works within the City of Yarra.

Gravity Sewer Relining works 2021-2022
Issued by: East Gippsland Water
Closing Date: 16 February 2022
Location: Victoria
Description: This contract is to clean sewers (via jetting), undertake CCTV, reline sewers (approximately 3.1km of sewers) and joint sealing of property connections in Bairnsdale, Paynesville, Metung, Lakes Entrance, Orbost and Mallacoota 

Pipe Reticulation Services Panel for the Improving Great Artesian Basin Drought Resilience Program (IGABDR)
Issued by: DPIE – Water
Closing Date: 24 February 2022
Location: New South Wales
Description: The scope of work under the proposed panel includes: The supply and installation of distribution manifold from bore head, welded polythene pipe and associated valves, junctions, polythene tanks, concrete troughs, and pumps where required. The proposed panel will incorporate the GC21 General Conditions of Contract, which are available on the NSW Government buy.nsw website.

Water Trunk Mains Pipeline Assessment
Issued by: Mackay Regional Council
Closing Date: 22 February 2022
Location: Queensland
Description: Mackay Regional Council, Water and Waste Services (MRC WWS) seek to undertake Pipeline Condition and Engineering Assessments across a suite of water trunk mains ranging in size from DN300 to DN875 and including (but not limiting to) materials such as AC, MSCL, DI and CI/CICL.

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