Interflow awarded three-year sewer rehabilitation project
By Sustainability Matters Staff
Thursday, 11 May, 2017
Interflow, a provider of repair, restoration and renewal services for deteriorated underground pipelines, has been awarded a three-year sewer rehabilitation and CCTV inspection project by the Lower Macquarie Water Utilities Alliance (LMWUA) — a collaboration of councils around the Lower Macquarie River Valley.
The project will see Interflow’s Canberra depot internally inspect all pipelines, assessing the condition of each in accordance with WSAA guidelines, and then work with the alliance to develop the optimum program of sewer rehabilitation over the term of the contract. The program will enable councils to meet their Fit for the Future Asset Maintenance Ratio targets, delivering particular benefits for Coonamble, Narromine, Gilgandra, Warren, Walgett and Warrumbungle.
“With Interflow’s approach to this project the councils are able to work with Interflow from start to finish — there is no need to deal with multiple contractors to deliver separate contracts,” said LMWUA Project Officer David Swan. “Each council will also maintain ultimate control in the process.”
“Interflow has a long record of successful delivery of multiple term contracts similar in nature to this scope,” said Interflow Managing Director Geoff Weaver. “Many of the term contracts have been continuously renewed for over a decade. We consider that this repeat business demonstrates satisfaction with both performance of our company and the long-term effectiveness of the solutions we provide.”
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