Pavilion Pumping Station, Emergency Storage Vessels & Rising Main Overview

The delivery of the Pavilion Pumping Station, Emergency Storage Vessel & Rising Main was a critical piece of infrastructure required in order to  connect the development to an existing sewer network.

The delivery of the pumping station involved Delplant completing:

  1. Preliminary site works
  2. A shored excavation 4m wide, 4m long, 6.4m deep
  3. Installation of submersible pumps to control ground water.
  4. Hire in 160T Crane to lift in precast concrete sewer pump station segments which will total 6.4m high of concrete structure underground. Heaviest precast unit was circa 19 tonne.
  5. Pump in a 9.5m3 concrete ballast around the base of the wet well to ensure the pump station doesn’t lift due to high groundwater water table.
  6. Completed concrete handstand works around the pump station including suitable access track and ultimate landscaping works.

The delivery of the emergency storage vessels involved Delplant completing:

  1. Supply & install a 45KL Emergency Storage Vessel at 4m depth.

The delivery of the rising main involved Delplant completing:

  1. 1.3km 100mm PVC rising main along the existing road reservation (Ballarto road).
  2. Works involved working in and around existing services, such as Telstra and large diameter water mains.
  3. Outlet manhole connection into a 300mm branch sewer to the west of the development.

As part of the delivery of these works, develop had to manage stakeholder expectations (i.e residents & landowners) and reinstate land and road reservations to existing condition.

Project Details

Developer: Wolfdene
Consultant: Marshall
Responsible Authorities: South East Water
Services: Pumping Station, Emergency Storage Vessels & Rising Main
Location: Clyde
Project Commencement: April 2019
Project Duration: 8 months
Project Status: Complete
Value of works: $2,350,000

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