Designing, installing and commissioning modular crushing and screening equipment to process and stockpile hematite iron ore with minimal downtime.
Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) treats approximately 70% of metropolitan Adelaide’s wastewater (approximately 150ML/d - 440ML/d during peak wet weather flows).
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.
City West Water is responsible for the annual supply of 100 billion litres of drinking water, recycled water and the transfer and treatment of 94% of the sewerage and trade waste throughout Melbourne’s CBD and growing western suburbs.
APA Group is Australia’s largest natural gas infrastructure business, owning and/or operating more than $8 billion of gas transmission and distribution assets. Its pipelines and assets span every state and territory on mainland Australia, delivering 50% of the nation’s gas usage.
The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) conducts research activities required by governments and resource managers seeking to ensure the protection and sustainable use of Australia’s tropical marine environment. The work of
the Institute also provides support for the nation’s $47 billion maritime industry, including fisheries, offshore oil and gas, mining and reef tourism.
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.