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Pezzimenti Trenchless wraps Bentleigh project

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Pezzimenti Trenchless has completed works on the Elster Creek Sewer project in Bentleigh, Victoria.

The company completed 750m of microtunnelling for the South East Water project, which will increase capacity of the sewer network to cater for population growth.

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The Elster Creek Sewer project also aims to improve service reliability, future proof the sewer network and reduce ongoing maintenance and repair costs.

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Recently, Pezzimenti Trenchless showcased the strength of microtunnelling through its work on the Rankin Street sewerage project.

For Pezzimenti Trenchless, the scope of work included the installation of a 530 outside diameter (OD) glass reinforced plastic (GRP) pipe, with the 1500m sewer constructed through microtunnelling, with shafts every 100m.

Due to the depth of the sewer line, microtunnelling was the right method of choice for the job. It is often seen as an efficient and cost-effective method, as it requires less resources than traditional methods.

It also causes minimal disruption to the environment surrounding the job, making it ideal for larger infrastructure projects, such as sewerage projects.

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Since 1957, Pezzimenti Trenchless has positioned itself at the forefront of the trenchless industry through its laser-guided microtunnelling system.

The company has worked on crucial projects across Victoria and built strong relationships with major construction groups, becoming valued partners in the process.

For more information, visit Pezzimenti Trenchless’ website.

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