M. Tucker & Sons, who are undertaking the relining project, are civil and trenchless drainage specialists. The company is known for its non-destructive digging solutions, which has them working for local businesses, and for water and construction industries across the country.
The project itself required an unusual amount of preplanning, requiring the works package being set up and coordinating the logistics of the whole operation. The crew that took on the job had to meet tight turnarounds in a previous job in Victoria before heading over to Tasmania to ensure that the pipe relining would begin on schedule.
The company’s expertise with UV pipe relining reduces the cost and time required by relining projects, and removes any need for excavation and reinstatement. Tucker & Sons reputation for reliability is predicated on the company have technological, safety and environmental priorities.
Other projects the company has worked on include the Traralgon sewer rehabilitation. The project included rehabilitating 780 metres of 540 mm sewer pipe for a major manufacturing plant. The work required nine 12-hour shifts over the course of five days, further demonstrating the team’s capacity for tight deadlines without compromising the quality of the work.
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