Queensland Urban Utilities is investing $55 million to build a new 4.25km sewer main between Wecker Road, Mansfield and Cadogan Street, Carindale.
Construction of a cross-river water pipeline to connect two water supply zones - the Bartleys Hill reservoir in Ascot and the Wellers Hill reservoir in Murarrie.
We are constructing a new $17M cross-river pipeline between Kenmore and Jindalee to replace the infrastructure damaged in the 2011 floods.
We are upgrading Brisbane’s oldest and largest sewer at Kingsford Smith Dve between Riverview Terrace and Theodore Street by relining the existing pipe, using trenchless technology.
The Sewer Rehabilitation Program is underway across Brisbane to improve the reliability of the network and extend the operational life of the trunk sewers by 50 years.
A water main will be replaced on Vulture St East in 2018 as part of our water main replacement program.
Work has been completed on detecting cracks and other defects in the sewerage network.
A water main replacement program is underway to substitute pipes as they near the end of their service life.
We are rolling out the Water Main Replacement Program across Brisbane, to improve the reliability and sustainability of the water network.
The Water Main Replacement Program is being rolled out across Ipswich, to improve the reliability and the integrity of the water network.
We have a water main replacement program to replace sections of pipes as they near the end of their service life.
The Water Main Replacement Program is being rolled out across Lockyer Valley, to improve the reliability and the integrity of the water network.
We are upgrading the water network in Bromelton to cater for future growth and development in the area.
Queensland Urban Utilities is proposing an upgrade to the sewer network in Lowood and Fernvale for future growth and development in the area.
We are investing around $350,000 into replacing the sewer maintenance holes and relining the existing sewer system at Somerset Dam to extend its operational life.
Queensland Urban Utilities is upgrading the existing sewage tanker facility at Somerset Park. .
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