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Rob Carr awarded major contract

Rob Carr microtunnelling

Rob Carr has been awarded the contract for the Northwest Growth Area Package 4A – Wastewater East Shaft and Microtunnelling Works for Confluence Water, Sydney Water’s North Regional Delivery Partner.

The Northwest Growth Package 4A Project will enhance wastewater and drinking water services for the projected growth of the northwest area.

Rob Carr’s scope entails significant early works investigation and complex temporary works design.

It will also consist of construction of major bespoke access shafts, construction of two 270m long tunnels (DN1200) in parallel formation under Sydney Water assets within the Riverstone Wastewater Treatment Plant, construction of a further two x 45m long tunnels (DN1200 and DN500) and installation and grouting of multiple HDPE pressure mains.

“We extend our gratitude to Confluence Water for entrusting us with the delivery of these critical infrastructure works and look forward to closely collaborating with the Confluence Water site project team to deliver the works,” the company said on LinkedIn.

“The Northwest Growth Area Wastewater East project award further consolidates our future order book, and additionally, showcases our clients’ trust in our extensive technical capability and flexibility to take on major project works simultaneously.

“Our dedicated teams in NSW led by Andrew Scarr, Colm Dickey and Damian Coward will bring expertise, innovation, and a commitment to timely and quality construction.”

For more information, visit Rob Carr’s website.

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