View the latest trenchless technology tenders

View the latest trenchless technology tenders

Domestic wastewater pipeline renewals 2021/22 
Issued by: Gisborne District Council
Closing Date: 10 December 2021
Location: New Zealand
Description: The request for proposal is an invitation to suitably qualified suppliers to submit a proposal for the renewal of existing domestic wastewater pipeline (trenchless).

Horizontal directional drilling to provide services to Horsham Nature Play Park
Issued by: Horsham Rural City Council
Closing Date: 10 December 2021
Location: Victoria
Description: Horsham Rural City Council invites you to provide a quotation for the installation of horizontal directional bore for the water, electrical and waste services for the Horsham Nature Play Park.

Sewer and stormwater mains lining
Issued by: Hunter Water Corporation
Closing Date: 16 December 2021
Location: New South Wales
Description: The work under this contract includes, but is not limited to, the rehabilitation of gravity sewer and stormwater mains by the installation of lining systems to restore structural integrity, prevent infiltration and exfiltration, eliminate root ingress and/or restore the hydraulic capacity of the mains.

The gravity sewer mains to be rehabilitated will be from a nominal diameter of 150 mm up to a maximum of 600 mm. The stormwater mains to be rehabilitated will be from a nominal diameter of 750 mm up to a maximum of 1050 mm.

Big Rivers Region, Central Arnhem Road, provision of water bore drilling services
Issued by: Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics
Closing Date: 15 December 2021
Location: Northern Territory
Description: A general outline of the work to be carried out under the contract comprises of drilling and casing of two new road construction water bores on Central Arnhem Road for prioritised upgrade works at Mountain Valley and Mainoru.

Pipeline duplication contract administration, inspection and verification services
Issued by: Townsville City Council
Closing Date: 15 December 2021
Location: Queensland
Description: RRD2DWTP Pipeline Duplication Contract Administration, Inspection and Verification Services

Country South Water Retic Renewal Program
Issued by: Water Corporation
Closing Date: 15 December 2021
Location: Western Australia
Description: Water Corporation is inviting organisations with suitable experience, capability and capacity to submit a Bid for our Country South Water Reticulation Renewals Package for sites in Narrogin and Wagin, Western Australia. The scope of work requires the supply and installation of DN100/DN150 Series 2 PN16 PVC-M water reticulation main and associated works.

Panel of providers for stormwater CCTV
Issued by: Hobart City Council
Closing Date: 08 December 2021
Location: Tasmania
Description: Panel of providers for closed circuit television (CCTV) inspection and cleaning of stormwater infrastructure.

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Snells Beach, Warkworth region

Warkworth works progress despite lockdown

Contractors are currently completing works on a major $26 million wastewater pump station in Lucy Moore Memorial Park. 

Project manager Dirk du Plessis is asking the public to be aware of increased traffic as contractor McConnell Dowell ramps up construction activity. 

“We are very pleased to see that works are well underway,” said du Plessis.

“We’re aware the warm weather is bringing people outside and we’d like to remind them to stay alert and take notice of extra truck movements in coming months.” 

According to Watercare, Warkworth – a region 64 km north of Auckland – is expected to grow significantly in population, with up to 20,000 people migrating to the area over the next few decades.

The new pump station is the first in a series of municipality projects designed to cater for growth and improve water quality in the Mahurangi/Warkworth region. 

The next phase of the project will involve the construction and installation of a new 5 km transfer pipeline and wastewater treatment plant in Snells Beach/Algies Bay,  expected to commence next year. 

Tunnelling will be carried out deep underground by direct pipe tunnelling — a method that was successfully deployed by McConnell Dowell on the Snells-Algies wastewater outfall. 

The Warkworth wastewater scheme is expected to be completed in 2024. 

For more information visit the Watercare website.