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Unitywater announces delivery partners

Unitywater delivery partners

Unitywater has announced its new capital delivery partners for delivery of $1.8 billion of capital investment over the next five years.

The works will stretch across Unitywater’s portfolio of wastewater treatment plants and its southern and northern distribution networks.

Signed for an initial five-years, the agreements will see work awarded to the partners progressively.

Unitywater chief executive officer Anna Jackson said the partnerships will streamline the capital delivery process.

“Our delivery partners are being integrated with our own teams through a trusted partnership model, where we more openly exchange knowledge and move projects through into delivery faster,” Jackson said.

“Each of our new partners was chosen for their expertise and experience, and collectively bring time spent working locally on Unitywater’s assets as well as some of the biggest and most challenging water infrastructure projects both onshore and internationally.”

Some of the work to be delivered by Unitywater’s new partners are upgrades at Coolum and Noosa wastewater treatment plants, new wastewater pipe networks around Narangba, upgrades to a series of wastewater pumpstations and construction of a new water storage reservoir in Pine Valley.

The delivery contracts were signed with Downer and Dormway and Elevate – a joint venture of Aurecon and AECOM– was appointed as professional services partner to provide front end engineering and design services.

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