IDS GeoRadar’s Stream DP is the new compact GPR array solution for the highest depth performance in 3D utility mapping.
Some of Auckland’s ageing wastewater pipes are getting a new lease on life thanks to trenchless technology being used to reline the pipes.
Interflow has been engaged by Sydney Water to rehabilitate central and northern rising mains using DN500 Primus Line solution in Marrickville.
Watercare is relining the 19 km Eastern Interceptor in Auckland as part of its $8 million per year wastewater targeted asset renewal program which aims to add resilience to the network.
Collaboration on the design and construction of the record-breaking Mt Cole pipeline renewal landed Interflow and GWMWater the award for Infrastructure Project Innovation (Regional) at the AWA VIC Water Awards.
Rob Carr’s Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2 project has received a Contractors Federation (CCF) WA award.
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.
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.
Yarra Valley Water is currently installing 91 kms of a reticulated pressure sewer network in the Dandenong Ranges, a feat made possible only with the advent of trenchless technology.
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.
By empowering customers with efficient and effective locating technologies, Underground Magnetics has become a trusted partner of the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) industry.
Urban Utilities has committed itself to reaching net-zero carbon emissions by the time Brisbane hosts the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
McRobert Contracting Services is an Australian-owned and operated industry leader in the refurbishment of underground assets and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipeline technology. Operating since 1988, this Perth-based company has more than 30 years and nine patents behind it.
No-Dig Down Under will feature a three-stream conference program, covering rehabilitation, installation and condition assessment and utility location when it takes place in March.
Leading Australian machinery distributor Construction Equipment Australia (CEA) has combined forces with its subsidiary premises to create a mega-facility in Darra, Queensland.
WaterNSW has advised that long-standing chair Anne McDonald has concluded her term with the company, following more than five years at the helm of the board.
Rausch’s OMICRON is the first technology in the world to provide pipe and sewer inspection data in high definition during both push and crawler operations.
KRE Engineering’s new robotic cutter demonstrates the company’s ability to create high-quality and high-value machines for the trenchless technology market.
There’s still time to register for next week’s free webinar on the advances in ground penetrating radar (GPR) in underground utility mapping.
Locate21 conference sponsors and delegates can now have up to 50 per cent of their event costs covered by the Austrade Business Events Grants program.
To keep pace with modernisation, ImpulseRadar continues to offer the industry the familiar 2D systems and newer 3D models of its ground penetrating radar solutions.
IDS GeoRadar’s latest ground penetrating radar system in its Stream product line is Stream UP, a multi-channel, multi-frequency, double polarised and lightweight tool dedicated to utility mapping.
With its continuous commitment to research and development, IDS GeoRadar has pioneered radar technologies for industry.
As an innovative trenchless technology contractor, Versatile Services Australia endeavours to use industry-leading tools and equipment – which is why the company works with industry pioneer Vermeer.
Vector Magnetics’ innovative ParaTrack Gyro Module (PGM) has now been released in Australia for the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) market.