Yamba Sewerage Augmentation – Reticulation and Transfer Systems
Client: Clarence Valley Council
Description of role: Pump station upgrade, construction of 4 new rising mains, design, supply and installation of mechanical and electrical fit-out to 3 pumps stations, recycled water main, D&C of ebb tide release including delivery pipeline and diffuser system, design, supply and installation of stormwater infiltration mitigation works within gravity sewer system. Preparation of EIS, design, installation and hydrostatic testing of pipelines.
Contract: 18 months
Value: $20 million
The Yamba Sewerage Augmentation Reticulation and Transfer Systems project is a significant sewerage upgrade for the township of Yamba, NSW, continuing Ledonne’s long standing working relationship with the Clarence Valley Council. The contract was awarded in January 2015.
Ledonne are proud to announce that we were awarded the $18 million Yamba Sewerage Scheme contract. In a sign of a true, long-lasting relationship with Clarence Valley Council and NSW Public Works, this builds on our successful delivery of the $23 million Grafton Maclean Sewage Transport Systems contract back in 2010 and $13 million Iluka Sewerage Scheme project completed in 2013. Contributing $50 million worth of water and wastewater infrastructure to the region has been extremely rewarding, and we look forward to some fascinating and complex engineering challenges associated with the Yamba Sewerage Scheme.
Started in 2010, the Ledonne Constructions Annual Golf Classic has become a staple on the calendar just before the Christmas break. This year’s edition was no different, a bus load full of self-proclaimed golf pro’s descending on Orara Golf Course in Coutts Crossing, NSW.
A great day was had by all, and Ledonne would like to thank all those who attended, and further thank you for your support and hard work during 2014. Click on the gallery below to view photos from the day.