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Aussie Trenchless has been passionate about progressing future infrastructure opportunities and accomplishing superior outcomes since it was founded in 2014.
M. Tucker & Sons has continued its commitment to diversification of its trenchless capabilities, becoming the exclusive installer of Brandenburger’s BBS.8 maintenance hole liner in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
Ditch Witch CEA is helping infrastructure specialists, like Civtech, deliver on telecommunications networks, civil and utilities infrastructure.
Spring and summer are the perfect seasons to get your water pipe project underway. The weather conditions generally allow easy access to wastewater pipes and the quick IMPREG installation process allows for an uninterrupted life overground.
S&Z Australia is drilling through rock in Yarraville to install conduits for the new Western Hospital in Melbourne.
Wellington Water and McConnell Dowell Constructors Ltd have partnered together in a key infrastructure project to strengthen the Hutt Valley’s wastewater network in preparation for future growth and to reduce the risk of wastewater entering the environment in the event of a major earthquake.
For almost 15 years, Pipe Core has used its expertise in trenchless technology to support Australia and New Zealand’s trenchless industry with quality products and equipment from some of the world’s leading European suppliers.
What to do with Australia’s vast ageing drainage network? Trenchless pipe rehabilitation is a fraction of the cost compared to the excavation and the construction of a replacement drain in built up areas.
Auckland’s water and wastewater company, Watercare, has turned to trenchless technologies to overcome many of the challenges of its pipe renewal programs.
The Australasian Society for Trenchless Technologies (ASTT) provided a discerning stream of talks in collaboration with Water New Zealand last week – bringing operators from the industry in to share insights and practical knowledge on utilising trenchless technologies in sustainable industry projects.
Pezzimenti Tunnelbore is a true pioneer of the trenchless industry, with roots traced back to the 1950s.
Heavy rains this week did nothing to curb the enthusiasm on display at the first AUSJET22, hosted at the Melbourne show grounds.
Utilities company Gippsland Water is securing the water and wastewater future for the towns of Warragul and Drouin as part of the western ring main project.
Pipe Core has introduced another innovative product to Australasia which saves time, effort and money when releasing maintenance hole access covers.
The Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT) is bringing its trenchless training course along to the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo next week. Read more
Interflow’s South East Water crews are working hard to complete a pipe upgrade along Chapel Street.
S&Z Australia has successfully installed over 2 kilometres of 280 mm PE water main in extremely hard rock to ensure an adequate water supply to the town the of Lethbridge in Victoria.
Underneath every major city across the globe are networks upon networks of underground tunnels – many are used daily by commuters on trains or light-rail or even travelling by road.
The feedback from water managers around recent flood events has been characterised by shock and awe.
Running the project was Spanish company GRUPO CANALIS – Soluciones Tecnológicas who turned to SAERTEX multiCom GmbH and their advanced UV-CIPP technology to rehabilitate the ageing pipeline.
With the connection of Watercare’s Hūnua 4 pipe to the Khyber Pass reservoir marking the colossal pipeline’s completion, it will now undergo a series of tests before the final stage is put into service.
In mid-May, one of Interflow’s WA crews headed across to New Zealand to help complete a job at the top of New Zealand’s South Island.
Interflow has acknowledged that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution to the flooding crisis once again impacting Australians.
The Australian Water Association (AWA) has partnered with Arup to understand Australian perspectives across the country and inform the water sector on what matters most.