Named in honor of the men and women of the Australian Defence Force, the Legacy Way Tunnel has transformed access to and from Brisbane’s western suburbs with key destinations, including Brisbane Airport, the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Fortitude Valley, Chermside and Gympie.
As part of an expansion into international export markets, Jubilee Almonds needed to enhance their irrigation system - a vital component of almond production.
In South Australia more than 13,000 kilometres of sealed roads and 10,000 kilometres of unsealed roads are managed by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).
At the base of the Heysen tunnel a fog detection system is linked to four remote stations to communicate whether there is a need to operate lights during daylight conditions.
Having implemented a Citect SCADA system back in 2002 to manage its water infrastructure, in 2014 The City of Shreveport sought to upgrade the system and remove decommissioned parts of plant.
The control and monitoring of SA Water’s assets utilises a widespread telemetry network to ensure the security and maintained operation of their water network.
The North South Interconnection System Project (NSISP) was implemented by South Australian Government-owned water utility, SA Water, to inter-connect metropolitan Adelaide’s northern and southern water supply networks.
The twin Heysen Tunnels are located on the South Eastern Freeway between Adelaide and Crafers and have been operational since 2000. The tunnels, each 500 metres long, take around 20 seconds to drive through.
South East Water (SEW) is committed to ‘healthy water for life’ and looked to upgrade their Mount Martha Treatment Plant to ensure it’s capability would meet projected future population demands.