So, you’re building a Tunnel! A stakeholder’s perspective on the construction of a major infrastructure project in Melbourne, Chris Frangos, University of Melbourne
When QLDC went to market for the 3 Waters O&M contract in 2014, it was with an expectation that the contractor would accept shared risk, be “frank and fearless” as a trusted advisor to council, and display the management courage to respectfully and persuasively challenge QLDC decision making
The paper presents the results of the New Zealand monitoring for protozoa, considers this in the context of what has been found in the USA and elsewhere, discusses international legislative and best practice requirements and offers some provisional guidance on whether DWSNZ is too conservative.
In the wake of the Havelock North contamination incident in August 2016, the Hastings District Council undertook a comprehensive review of its people, systems, practices, and processes to enable the organization to respond to the outcomes of the Board of Inquiry investigation
The Green Square urban renewal area in Sydney, New South Wales is Australia’s largest urban renewal project delivering significant economic benefits, including 31,000 residential dwellings housing 60,000 new residents and catering for a permanent workforce of 21,000. Total development costs are forecast to exceed $16 billion.
This paper discusses how Watercare is developing a process to incorporate NIWA’s climate change projections for the Auckland region into a climate change mitigation and adaptation strategy that will guide its strategic planning and operations.
The effect of having planning tools as well as the implementation of WDM on managing water resources during this drought will be illustrated in this paper, along with relevant lessons learned to help prevent the occurrence of a Day Zero in New Zealand.
Within this investigation we evaluated the use of digital radiography for the assessment of valves and pipes within the field. Digital radiography is a technique that uses radiation to image critical assets, images of the critical assets are obtained instantly.
The general public is widely aware of water related issues and sustainable use of our water resources is not only a goal for many people, but is requirement under the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management (NPSFM).
CIPP A North American Perspective: Assessing the Performance of 40 Years of CIPP Lining Rehabilitation in Winnipeg, MB Canada, Chris Macey, AECOM
This paper describes the process undertaken to survey and apply available technology. The process included the initial compiling, validating and understanding the wastewater rising main system, its characteristics and vulnerability.