|Iluka Sewerage Scheme|
|Client: Clarence Valley Council||Description of role: Design & construction of a pressure sewer system reticulation & on-property work involving 997 pump units, recycled water transfer system, domestic re-use distribution mains and irrigation systems for a golf course and playing fields.|
|Contract: 82 weeks|
|Value: $12-14 million|
This project was a landmark project for Ledonnes. After pioneering Low-Pressure Sewer System construction on both the South Coast and Northern Tablelands of NSW, this project was Ledonne’s first that involved over 1000 property connections, a truly remarkable feat.
Iluka had been known as the “largest remaining unsewered town in New South Wales”, so we are also proud to have created a bit of history. One of the greatest challenges involved in the project was interaction with 1000 stakeholders, and it is a credit to all involved that the community consultation process went so smoothly.
The project is now completed. Ledonne Constructions would like to thank all parties involved on this project. Please see the informational video below that details the Low-Pressure Sewer System Construction Process, as completed in Iluka.