Tarrant Drive Pump Station

Status: Completed December 2008

Location: Mudgeeraba, Gold Coast

Lump Sum (Generally Construct only with some elements being Design & Construct)

Value: $3.6m + GST

Category: Waste & Waste Water / Community & Infrastructure

Project Details

This project involved the construction and complete fit out of a potable water pumping station for the Gold Coast Desalination Alliance (GCDA) as an essential part of the South East Queensland water grid.

The Alder team were also responsible for the detailed design of various key components such as the HVAC system. Being part of the South East Queensland water grid roll out, this project had extremely tight time frames for completion which were successfully achieved. This was a credit to the construction team as there were significant design changes made by the GCDA throughout the project duration.

Work Undertaken

  • Coloured and textured blockwork walls
  • Installation of 4 No x 330KW pump sets (3 phase) and associated pipework
  • Significant electrical switchboards (total rating of 5000 Amps), wiring, instrumentation and MCC’s
  • Fire protection system
  • Heating ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC)
  • Security system
  • Extensive acoustic panelling and louvres
  • Epoxy floor coating
  • Tasman access floor to switchboard room
  • Pavement and driveway works
  • Landscaping

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