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South East Water announces monumental infrastructure upgrades 

Sydney Water

$1.5 billion is currently being invested in infrastructure upgrades across Melbourne’s south-east according to the Victorian Government owned retail water corporation.

South East Water shared the news on its LinkedIn account, welcoming its new industry partners along the way.

“We are embarking on a transformative journey with our new industry partners Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, BMD Group & KBR, Inc.(ABK), and Beca Hunter H2O, Fulton Hogan & Interflow (BFHI),” the team said.

“This collaboration, facilitated by our new integrated capital works planning and delivery model, sets the stage for major network upgrades over the next decade.”

This enthusiasm was shared by South East Water Managing Director Lara Olsen,

“We’re thrilled to welcome ABK and BFHI to the South East Water team and look forward to working together to ensure quality and reliable water, sewerage and recycled water services for 1.8 million people, now and into the future,” she said.

The “shovel ready projects” impacted by this announcement are the Dingley Recycled Water Scheme, the Mount Martha Water Recycling Plant clarifier upgrade and the Caulfield West branch sewer renewal among others.

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