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Rob Carr wins CCF WA award

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Rob Carr’s Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2 project has received a Contractors Federation (CCF) WA award.

The microtunnelling development won the award for excellence in civil construction on a $5 to $10 million project at CCF WA’s Earth Awards on 16 September.

The project required Rob Carr to closely collaborate with the client, Water Corporation, to tackle logistical issues, as a number of stakeholders required access to operational facilities.

The microtunnelling also overcame a number of challenges when navigating in-ground infrastructure and structures along the alignment of the sewer.

The project involved constructing a new pressure main to the sewer section along Lancaster Road in Wangara.

With a constrained timeframe, the team constructed 1813 m of gravity and pressure sewer infrastructure, working around dense commercial and light industrial areas.

The company completed 4 drives, reaching a total 500 metres of microtunnelling.

During the works, the teams managed to successfully complete a DN1000 glass reinforced plastic, 259-metre microtunnel in 10 days.

Winners from the state awards qualify for the CCF National Earth Awards, to be held in Canberra on Friday 11 November.

For more on the award-winner’s capabilities visit Rob Carr.

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