Aldinga Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Aldinga Waste Water Treatment ‘B’ Plant project was located approximately 40km South of Adelaide. The ‘B’ Plant expansion works included 2300m3 of Structural Concrete constructing; Inlet Structure, 2 x Clarifiers, Oxidization Ditch, Chem Dosing and Daft Plants, Chlorine Contact System, RAS/WAS System and various other structures. 30,000m3 Bulk Earthworks included pond construction and all structure excavation along with Pavements consisting of bitumen and concrete to complete the works.
Supply and construction of liner and floating cover systems inclusive of associated civil works for the storages being part of the State Government Water Efficiency Improvement Programme. The new waste water treatment plant was constructed requiring a lined and covered effluent feed pond and two lined and covered recycled water storage ponds.
Reimann was engaged by Head Contractor Leed Engineering to provide various stainless-steel pipe work ranging from to 450NB down to 100NB. Other deliverables included:
- Structural steel packages with cat walks and staircases
- Site installs of various structures
- Full workshop drawings showing various valves and specialised equipment
- Pre Fabrication and site install