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Water Resources Pty Ltd is a specialist consultancy with considerable expertise in the provision of strategy, planning, advisory services and engineering solutions within the water resources sector. Water Resources offers professional engineering services and advice in the planning, design, development and management of bulk water storages, irrigation areas and distribution infrastructure.

Water Resources specializes in advisory services relating to water supply infrastructure including dams, weirs, offstream storages, and pipelines which is based on a unique depth of experience within the water resources sector. A broad knowledge and skill base built over many years in the water sector supports a range of services available to clients including Strategy, Planning, Design and Project Delivery.

  • Woleebee to Glebe Weir Pipeline,Connors River Dam and Pipelines,Nathan Dam and Pipeline,Traveston Crossing Dam,Wyaralong Dam,Stag Creek Pipeline
    Management of the development of the $450 million Woleebee to Glebe Weir Pipeline; a 120km and 1000mm diameter MSCL pipeline that transports up to 36,500 ML per annum of treated CSG water from the QGC Queensland Curtis LNG project for beneficial use by mining and irrigation customers along the pipeline route and in the Dawson Valley Water Supply Scheme.,Management of the engineering investigations for the $500 million Connors River Dam, $400 million Connors to Moranbah Pipeline and $600 million Moranbah to Alpha Pipeline. The dam site is located 120 km south of Mackay and 110 km east of Moranbah and will have a total storage capacity of 367,540 ML. The Connors to Moranbah Pipeline project involves the construction of a 135km pipeline comprised of 1500mm and 1200mm dia MSCL pipe and would transport 53,500 ML per annum. The Moranbah to Alpha pipeline would transport 25,000ML/a of water to the Galilee Basin.,Management of the engineering investigations of the $650 million Nathan Dam. The investigation and planning work included the projects impacts, economic and financial issues, timing and project risks to ensure they are understood in sufficient detail to enable customers to invest and to obtain best value for money from that investment. The Nathan Dam is located on the Dawson River 69 km downstream of the township of Taroom. The dam provides a storage capacity of 879,000 ML and is designed to maximise the storage volume and limit the flood rise upstream such that flood levels at Taroom are not increased.,Management of the engineering investigations for the $1,700 million Traveston Crossing Dam. The work was carried out for Queensland Water Infrastructure in order to provide information for the environmental impact assessment study, and for potential alliance partners for the delivery of the project. The damsite was located on the Mary River at AMTD 207.6km approximately 27km south of Gympie in South East Queensland.,Management of the engineering investigations for the $340 million Wyaralong Dam for Queensland Water Infrastructure. The dam provides a reservoir with a storage capacity of 102,884 ML and is located on the Teviot Brook south of Brisbane. Preliminary designs were prepared for three dam types which were all considered technically feasible for the damsite; an RCC dam, an earth and rockfill dam and a concrete faced rockfill dam. The selected RCC dam was delivered by the Wyaralong Alliance.,The engineering investigations and project management for the development of the $22 million Stag Creek Pipeline. The project includes a concrete weir which diverts water through a 15km 960mm diameter MSCL pipeline to Callide Dam near Biloela to save 3,500 ML/annum in transmission losses from water transported from Awoonga Dam.
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