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Sewer program launch

11/06/2018 / by admin

THE $58 million Bega Valley Sewerage Program will be launched in Cobargo at 10am on Thursday by NSW Minister for Energy and Utilities, Mr Frank Sartor.
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The launch follows Bega Valley Shire Council’s decision to award the contract to the joint venture partners of Tenix Alliance Pty Ltd and Environmental Solutions International Limited (ESI) with support from Environmental Resources Management (ERM).

Council’s engineering services director, Mr Robert Ward, said the companies involved in the joint venture offered design and construction expertise as well as significant strengths in the areas of water industry operations and maintenance.

Tenix Alliance general manager, Mr Jeff McCarthy, said the joint partners had been working towards the project for more than two years and were delighted to be awarded the contract.

“The form of alliance contract agreed for the project will allow council and the Tenix Alliance-ESI joint venture to work closely and collaboratively with community stakeholders, to maximise positive outcomes for all parties,” he said.

With an overall cost of $58 million, the program represents the largest capital works project ever undertaken by Bega Valley Shire Council.

The program has been developed by council in partnership with the Ministry for Energy and Utilities.

It includes the upgrading of sewage treatment plants at Bega, Tathra, Tura Beach, Bermagui and Merimbula and the construction of new sewerage services in Cobargo, Candelo, Wallaga Lake, Wolumla and Kalaru.

ESI managing director, Mr Dennis Glennon, said the joint venture would be particularly focused on creating opportunities for local employees, trades people and suppliers.

There would also be an emphasis on ensuring the program is carried out in accordance with the highest standards of environmental compliance and community consultation.

The program will use state-of-the-art technology and enable council to meet its environmental obligations and safeguard public health over the next 10 to 15 years.

An extensive community consultation process will be undertaken throughout the program.

The launch follows Bega Valley Shire Council’s decision to award the contract to the joint venture partners of Tenix Alliance Pty Ltd and Environmental Solutions International Limited (ESI) with support from Environmental Resources Management (ERM).

Council’s engineering services director, Mr Robert Ward, said the companies involved in the joint venture offered design and construction expertise as well as significant strengths in the areas of water industry operations and maintenance.

Tenix Alliance general manager, Mr Jeff McCarthy, said the joint partners had been working towards the project for more than two years and were delighted to be awarded the contract.

“The form of alliance contract agreed for the project will allow council and the Tenix Alliance-ESI joint venture to work closely and collaboratively with community stakeholders, to maximise positive outcomes for all parties,” he said.

With an overall cost of $58 million, the program represents the largest capital works project ever undertaken by Bega Valley Shire Council.

The program has been developed by council in partnership with the Ministry for Energy and Utilities.

It includes the upgrading of sewage treatment plants at Bega, Tathra, Tura Beach, Bermagui and Merimbula and the construction of new sewerage services in Cobargo, Candelo, Wallaga Lake, Wolumla and Kalaru.

ESI managing director, Mr Dennis Glennon, said the joint venture would be particularly focused on creating opportunities for local employees, trades people and suppliers.

There would also be an emphasis on ensuring the program is carried out in accordance with the highest standards of environmental compliance and community consultation.

The program will use state-of-the-art technology and enable council to meet its environmental obligations and safeguard public health over the next 10 to 15 years.

An extensive community consultation process will be undertaken throughout the program.

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