UEA recently took delivery of a new DitchWitch AT40 All Terrain Directional Drill, delivered by ELB Equipment. UEA has been running three AT3020s for six years, providing great efficiency in both soft…
UEA will continue with ongoing works in the Northwest of Sydney as part of the new tunnel network being constructed, which aims to ease traffic and congestion in the area. This large project is being run by one of Australia’s biggest civil contracting companies in conjunction with an international expert company.
UEA continues to be a proud Gold Sponsor of the NSW WaterAid Ball, and is looking forward to the 2018 event at Sydney Town Hall.
UEA Trenchless has recently been awarded the construction of 883 metres of a 710mm water main and two 140mm communication lines. The works include two bores alongside one another for both the water main and communication line. These works form a part of the Mount Piper Water Treatment Project that will deliver water between the Springvale Mine and the Mount Piper Power Station.
UEA Trenchless continues to provide horizontal directional drilling and trenching works as part of a panel for a major Sydney Electricity Supplier. Under the panel for directional drilling and trenching services, UEA Trenchless has already successfully completed projects in Camden, Kellyville, Marsden Park, Wollongong, Airds and Greenfield Park, with two major CONSAC replacement projects in Bidwill currently under construction. UEA has been working effortlessly with the principal to develop innovative designs and methods of construction to provide a cost saving while minimising the impact of the works to the community.
Telstra, along with a number of partners, is undertaking a project to install a new undersea telecommunications cable between Singapore and Perth named the Indigo West Cable. The cable system will provide a new route for communications traffic between Australia and Southeast Asia, significantly improving connectivity and strengthening links into fast-growing Asian markets.