• Dungog and Kurri Water Water Treatment Works - This project covers both the Dungog Water Water Treatment Works (WWTW) Stage 1 and Kurri Kurri WWTW Stage 3 upgrade. The Dungog WWTW Project is a new WWTW built adjacent to the existing Dungog WWTW. The scope of works for the completion of this project is split into distinct areas of work and depicted in systems.
  • Malabar Parr Improvement - The Malabar Wastewater Treatment plant treats 635,000 properties across 500 square kilometers and is the largest primary waste water treatment plant in Australia.
  • Mardi Dam - Mardi Dam is an off-river storage dam located near the Wyong River. The redevelopment of this site allowed for a more effective water transfer from Mardi Dam to Mardi water treatment plant and increased the transfer capacity from 100 million litres a day to 160 million litres a day.
  • Wingecaribee Pump Stations - Wingecarribee Shore Council services a broad regional area in the NSW Southern Highlands consisting of residential, rural and commercial properties. The sewer network managed by WSC has in part identified areas requiring upgrade due to age, performance, growth & reliability. This project involved the design verification, manufacture and installation of new Electrical Control Panels, associated civil & structural works at each of the 41 sites including related tests and commissioning specific to each site.