Bendigo Recycled Water Treatment Plant

This project involved the construction of a new Recycled Waste Water Treatment Plant involving new inlet pump stations, as well as, a complete refurbishment of existing plant. The construction included Chlorine Contact Tanks, which involved a pumping station incorporating 4 x 250 KW high pressure pumps and numerous other concrete structures.

 

The works also incorporated 0.5km 800 diametre transfer main, a pre-cast factory building, including operations offices, pipe galleries and plant rooms, installation and commissioning of a raw water pump station (3 x 37Kw submersible pumps) a high lift pump station incorporating 3 x 250kW high pressure transfer pumps, UV Treatment systems, chemical dosing systems, as well as, chlorine and sodium metabisulphite systems, HV and LV electrical installations.

 

Located at Howard Street, Epsom Victoria, CCB Envico managed the construction of all main infrastructure and successfully delivered this project under extremely tight timeframes, ensuring that Class A water was available to the Bendigo System from June 2007, only 6 months from project commencement. The completed Bendigo Recycled Water Treatment Plant was awarded a highly commended award for works under $25 Million by the Civil Contractors Association and CCB Envico was pleased to collaborate with Beca and Coliban Water demonstrating our collective commitment to design excellence.

 

 

Client: 

Coliban Water 37-45 Bridge St, Bendigo, VIC 3550

 

Client contact details: 
Name: Phillip Fasham
Telephone: 03 5434 1288
Facsimile: 03 5434 1341
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Consultants: 

Beca Pty Ltd: (Engineer)
Anthea Ross 03 9272 1591

 

CCB Envico project staff: 
Project Manager: Simon Gorman
Site Manager: Damien Ryan
OH&S Representative:
Administrator: Daniel Cusack
Average Workforce: 30

 

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Project duration: 

Stage 1: 7 months from December 2006-July 2007
Stage 2: 12 months from July 2008 – July 2009