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Bird in Hand Wastewater Treatment Plant

The new treatment plant is located in Woodside in the Adelaide Hills, and treats wastewater from several catchments including Lobethal, Woodside, Charleston and Inverbrackie. It replaces an existing plant built in 1965 which consisted of a series of 10 treatment lagoons.

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Lower Lakes Irrigation Project

The Lower Lakes Irrigation project was developed by the SA government to urgently provide irrigation water security for drought-threatened horticulture and viticulture industries in the Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek region.

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WPS1—Christie Creek Upgrade

The award-winning Christie Creek Upgrade is a $15m design and construct project which provides stormwater detention and flood mitigation.

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Southern Urban Reuse Project (SURP)

The Southern Urban Wastewater Treatment Plant and Reuse Project (SURP) provides an alternate route for the transfer of treated wastewater from Christies Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant to Aldinga Wastewater Treatment Plant. 

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Cooma Water Supply Augmentation

The project involved the design, development and construction of two post-tensioned, precast concrete tanks and associated pipework at Royal Hill (2.6 ML) and Church Hill (6.6 ML).

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Lake Manchester Dam Upgrade

Lake Manchester Dam was built in 1916 and required significant upgrade to meet ANCOLD safety guidelines. The spillway capacity was deemed inadequate to cope with large floods.

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Goldfields Superpipe

In October 2006 the Premier of Victoria announced a new pipeline would be constructed to connect Ballarat to Goulburn. Leed Engineering and Construction was responsible for the construction between Bendigo and Ballarat.

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Stirling Interchange Drainage Upgrade

The Stirling Interchange is located on the South Eastern Freeway in South Australia, approximately 16 km from Adelaide’s CBD. The Freeway is critical to South Australia’s economy, as it forms the major road access to the eastern and southern areas of South Australia and to Victoria.

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Glenelg to Adelaide Parklands (GAP) Recycled Water Project

This landmark state and federal government funded project provides a long-term solution to treat and supply recycled water from the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment to the Adelaide CBD and parklands. 

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