Over 100 years since its inception, Brisbane’s S1 Main Sewer has undergone a seven-year upgrade.
Sydney Water takes on more tech
Sydney Water is undertaking the first sewer monitoring internet of things (IoT) deployment of its scale in Australia.
Kempsey leak detection gets $12.5 m support
Kempsey Shire Council has been invited to participate in phase two of the New South Wales government’s $12.5 million regional leakage reduction program.
MidCoast commences annual sewer search
Annual sewer investigations are kicking off in New South Wales with the MidCoast Council commencing its CCTV inspection program.
Goulburn gets water main upgrade
The Goulburn Mulwaree Council completed a main upgrade earlier in February, following the construction of a water main beneath Bradley Street late 2022.
Shane Curren reveals Smart Lock’s full capacity
Smart Lock’s Business Development Manager Shane Curren talks with Trenchless Australasia about how the company expanded its offerings to make it a stronger partner for industry operators.
Voeu keeps an eye on the evolving water sector
A specialist water sector advisory and consulting practice, Voeu delivers commercial advice and improvement projects for infrastructure owners, operators, and delivery providers.
DJ MacCormick Contractors completes seven drives on Iron Bridge Project
DJ MacCormick Contractors has completed the twin crossings of Humes 1000 mm reinforced concrete jacking pipe in Port Hedland, Western Australia.
No-Dig Down Under 2023 opens Call for Papers
No-Dig Down Under’s technical committee is calling for abstract submissions exploring the theme “Better outcomes through trenchless”.
Steve Apeldoorn shares industry insights
Trenchless Australasia’s Q&A segment, Trenchless Pioneers, is designed to celebrate the achievements and growth of the no-dig industry. February’s pioneer is Steve Apeldoorn, Company Director and Principal Engineer of ProjectMax. This is his story.
Denso appoints new National Development Manager
Adam Matthews has joined Denso Australia as its National Development Manager for the Viscotaq line of products.
Community is key in NSW no-dig industry
Trenchless operators in New South Wales have shown a strong sense of community, sharing product knowledge, technology, and expertise to ensure success and development in no-dig projects and asset management.
Self-healing concrete may combat corrosion
Researchers from The University of South Australia and the University of Queensland have developed self-healing concrete that may use waste to mitigate corrosion in Australia’s sewer pipes.
Rob Carr takes delivery of new microtunnelling machines
Rob Carr has received its latest microtunnelling machine and is wasting no time in putting it to work.
Webuild works towards Clough acquisition
Webuild has signed the contract to acquire Clough’s assets, an agreement that places the group among the biggest in Australia.
Trenchless equipment on full display at Pipe Core open days
Limited places are available to see trenchless demonstrations and network at Pipe Core’s open days at the company’s headquarters in Port Melbourne.
Has your company recently made a new appointment?
Trenchless Australasia’s column spotlighting new appointments in Australia and New Zealand’s trenchless industries is back.
Port Kembla Pipeline finished first HDD drive
The project team on the Port Kembla Pipeline in New South Wales has finished pulling back the project’s first horizontal directional drilling (HDD) drive.
Vida reaches three-quarter mark for the West Gate tunnel
Tunnel boring machine Vida has broken the 2000 metre mark for the inbound tunnel on the West Gate Tunnel project.
No-Dig Down Under 2023 sponsorship positions filling fast
No-Dig Down Under is the southern hemisphere’s only large-scale conference and exhibition dedicated to trenchless technology, and it is back in 2023 with support with some of the trenchless industry’s experts.
WATCH: Interflow completes upgrade beneath Chapel Street
Interflow has completed replacing 560 m of water pipe as part of upgrading water infrastructure along Chapel Street.
CCTV training slots open at SECA
SECA has opened limited spots for enrolment in a range of CCTV training courses in February, to be held at its head office in Sydney’s Southwest.
New Rangedale depot opens in Epping
Rangedale has opened a depot in Epping, allowing the supplier to keep up with increased demand from clients in Melbourne’s north east.
North East Link program digs in to the new year
The North East Link Program (NELP) has started the new year by commencing construction on the project’s launch box in Watsonia.
View the latest trenchless technology tenders
Trenchless Australasia has teamed up with Australian Tenders to bring readers the latest trenchless tenders.
Interflow finishes night works in Brisbane
Interflow have completed a seven-year upgrade project on Brisbane’s oldest and largest sewer pipeline, working nights to meet the unique challenges of the project.