As part of the $11 million sewage upgrade in the Cockle Bay area which included the installation of 33km of pipelines and a sewage pumping station, Vaughan Civil was engaged by Central Coast Council for the Design and Construction of a new pump station and supporting pipelines.
Scope of works included:
Construction of a 3m diameter by 10m deep wet well.
Construction of inlet riser pipes and wall penetrations, discharge rising main from the dry well outlets, including bypass injection point and slab.
Deep excavation in water charged ground.
Detailed temporary works design and dewatering system.
Installation of large values and mechanical equipment for pumping station.
Commissioning, cut-ins, flow management and transfers to existing plant.
Control and telemetry systems installed and configured to IICATS requirements.
Development and implementation of wastewater commissioning plan and proof of performance testing.
Construction of intake pipework and rising mains varying from DN150 to DN750 DICL and HDPE, including thrust blocks, valves and valve pits.
Construction of access roads blockwork and cladding.
Demolition and disposal of the storage tank internal walls including the pipe penetration core holes and treatment of exposed reinforcement.
Installation of 500m of electrical conduits and pits.