City of Charles Sturt

Project Length

12 Months

Project overview:

On the back of successful ASR projects, the City of Charles Sturt developed a concept to develop a system to harvest stormwater, treat the water and store within the council area. The treated & stored stormwater would then be distributed through a recycled stormwater network to various non-potable water users such as parks, reserves and The St Clair residential development. Funding was provided by the Federal Government and Council.

Description of work:

Awarded the head contract to design and construct, SADB engaged design partner WGA to build a 32km distribution pipeline network, linking injection sites and wetlands to distribution site.

Works completed;

  • Construction of 32km pipeline ranging from 110mm to 560mm PE utilising HDD and open trenching methods
  • Valves and reserve connections
  • Testing and commissioning of network