Tag: Pipe Bursting

Orange Sewer Pipe Bursting Package

10 August 2016

UEA Trenchless has been awarded a sewer upgrade package in Orange NSW using pipe bursting technology. Orange is a city in the Central West region of New South Wales, 250 kilometres west of Sydney, with a population of approximately 40,000 residents. The project scope involves upgrading 340 metres of existing 225mm Earthenware (VC) sewer main…

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Gosford Pipe Bursting Package Awarded

15 May 2016

UEA Trenchless has been awarded, and recently commenced work on, a Design and Construct Pipe Bursting package for a local council in the Central Coast region of New South Wales. The Central Coast of NSW is approximately 1.5 hours north of Sydney and the scope of work is spread over five sites throughout the region….

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UEA Trenchless Completes East Brisbane Pipe Burst Project

14 July 2014

Pipe bursting is a trenchless technology method of replacing underground pipelines without use of a conventional construction trench. For this job in an industrial area to the  east of Brisbane an existing 300mm cast iron water main was replaced with 355 mm PE for approx. 266 metres. This was completed in three stages of 96,…

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Trenchless Technology: Selecting the right method

9 August 2013

Not all trenchless techniques and technology are created equal. Each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks and selecting the right method for the job is an important part of the planning process for trenchless contractors. UEA Trenchless recently completed a sewer augmentation project for ACTEW Water which encompassed four separate locations throughout the…

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Pipe Bursting an Eco-Friendly Solution in Dubbo

3 May 2013

UEA Trenchless has recently completed a pipe bursting contract for Dubbo City Council for the renewal of 357 metres of 100mm water main with PN16 125mm polyethylene pipe. Pipe bursting technology was necessary for the successful completion of this project for two key reasons. Large, established trees were situated above the existing main and could…

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