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Rising Main Replacement Blackalls Park1 WWPS

 

Blackalls Park 1 Rising main is a 200mm diameter CICL main approximately 600m long constructed in 1967. It discharges into a gravity sewer main 150m away from Toronto Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW). The rising main is located within both public and private land. There have been a total of fifteen rising main breaks recorded since 1994. The section through private properties on Todd Street to Charles Street has had a few breaks in recent years.
 
Hunter Water Corporation has engaged TCM Civil to produce a design to replace a section of the rising main which will connect into the Marmong Point 2 750mm effluent main.

 

Curlewis Pipeline Project

TCM has won the tender to Curlewis pipeline.

http://www.gunnedah.nsw.gov.au/index.php/council/keep-in-touch/news-media/item/1354-construction-of-curlewis-pipeline-a-step-closer

The $5.9 million Curlewis Pipeline Project will improve water quality, storage capacity and water security for the village. The Curlewis Pipeline Project involves the installation of a 15.8 kilometre pipeline from Wandobah Road, via Blackjack Forest Road, Booloocooroo and Preston roads to Curlewis, the construction of two 500 kilolitre concrete storage reservoirs and a disinfection dosing station. Gunnedah Shire Council was successful in obtaining $2.6 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund. Council is also seeking funding under the NSW Safe and Secure Water Program for the project.

Belmont 6 Rising Main

Project finished a couple of weeks over the completion date but overall it was a excellent outcome for our client, Hunter Water Corporation, and TCM.  Dewatering was a major issue but it was addressed by pumps supplied by Vortex.  Environmental concerns were addressed with good site delineation and checking all silt fencing a couple times a day.