Water Corporation of WA

Craigie, Western Australia, Australia

Clough SUEZ

The Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie.

The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.

As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.​​​​

The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.​

Water Corporation of WA

Mundaring​, Western Australia, Australia

Clough scope includes EPC contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of the existing intake tower and outlet structures, that includes replacement of aging infrastructure and updating of the intake and outlet works to meet future climatic requirements.

​Lower minimum operating level in the reservoir by 6.6m.

Reduce dead storage capacity from 16.7GL to 6.2GL.

Reduce the surface area of the weir, to reduce annual evaporation by 1.5GL/year. (Volume of 600 Olympic Swimming Pools)

Extend the asset life of dam pipework and structures.​​​

Clough engineers, constructs, commissions and maintains critical facilities for the Metal & Minerals, Oil & Gas and Infrastructure industries.

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant – Stage 2
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Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant – Stage 2

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Water Corporation of WA

Craigie, Western Australia, Australia

Clough SUEZ

The Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie.

The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.

As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.​​​​

The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.​

Mundaring Weir Outlet Works Upgrade
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Mundaring Weir Outlet Works Upgrade

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Water Corporation of WA

Mundaring​, Western Australia, Australia

Clough scope includes EPC contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of the existing intake tower and outlet structures, that includes replacement of aging infrastructure and updating of the intake and outlet works to meet future climatic requirements.

​Lower minimum operating level in the reservoir by 6.6m.

Reduce dead storage capacity from 16.7GL to 6.2GL.

Reduce the surface area of the weir, to reduce annual evaporation by 1.5GL/year. (Volume of 600 Olympic Swimming Pools)

Extend the asset life of dam pipework and structures.​​​

LinkWater Projects

Somerset Regional, Queensland, Australia

Clough Diversified AECOM JV

Clough, Diversified and AECOM were selected to design and construct the Toowoomba Pipeline, by LinkWater Projects on behalf of the State Government’s Department of Infrastructure and Planning (DIP).

Water Corporation of WA

Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia

WaterHoizon Alliance

WaterHorizons is an alliance between the Water Corporation, Clough Projects Australia Pty Ltd and Kellogg Brown & Root Pty Ltd and was established to design and construct awarded projects aimed at improving the catchment and storage of rainwater for the benefit of the community.

The proposed Kalgoorlie 400 megalitre (ML) balancing reservoir and associated works were required to address the reliability of the water supply in Kalgoorlie for residential, commercial and major customers over the peak summer demand periods with a view to accommodate future growth of the city.

Sydney Water

New South Wales, Australia

Clough Lucas Joint Venture

A design and construct project with a significant interface with the public as well as environmental management controls. The project comprised of water and sewer reticulation to households in Bundeena and Maianbar as well as pumping stations and directional drilling.

Toowoomba Pipeline Project
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Toowoomba Pipeline Project

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LinkWater Projects

Somerset Regional, Queensland, Australia

Clough Diversified AECOM JV

Clough, Diversified and AECOM were selected to design and construct the Toowoomba Pipeline, by LinkWater Projects on behalf of the State Government’s Department of Infrastructure and Planning (DIP).

Kalgoorlie 400ML Reservoir
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Kalgoorlie 400ML Reservoir

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Water Corporation of WA

Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia

WaterHoizon Alliance

WaterHorizons is an alliance between the Water Corporation, Clough Projects Australia Pty Ltd and Kellogg Brown & Root Pty Ltd and was established to design and construct awarded projects aimed at improving the catchment and storage of rainwater for the benefit of the community.

The proposed Kalgoorlie 400 megalitre (ML) balancing reservoir and associated works were required to address the reliability of the water supply in Kalgoorlie for residential, commercial and major customers over the peak summer demand periods with a view to accommodate future growth of the city.

Bundeena Mainanbar Water Cycle Management Scheme
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Bundeena Mainanbar Water Cycle Management Scheme

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Sydney Water

New South Wales, Australia

Clough Lucas Joint Venture

A design and construct project with a significant interface with the public as well as environmental management controls. The project comprised of water and sewer reticulation to households in Bundeena and Maianbar as well as pumping stations and directional drilling.

Intergen Australia Pty Ltd

Milmerran, Queensland, Australia

In June 2000, Clough was awarded the contract to supply and install 97 kilometres of ductile iron cement lined (DICL) pipe to transfer treated effluent from Wetalla Water Treatment Plant in Toowoomba to a new 840 Megawatt coal fired power station at Millmerran, in southern Queensland. In addition to the pipeline installation, the project involved the construction of two chlorination plants, a filtration plant, a pump station, a 400 Megalitre storage dam, two 200 kilolitre storage tanks, and a radio telemetry and supervisory control and data aquisition system (SCADA).
The flat terrain of the pipeline route presented the challenge of very tight construction tolerances, which were overcome using a combination of laser surveying equipment and cement stabilised bedding in the form of a flowable slurry.
Pipeline installation commenced in July 2000 on a single work front, with a second work front opening under subcontract in October 2000.

Thames Water Ballarat Pty Ltd

Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Design and construction of two water treatment plants at Lal Lal and White Swan reservoirs. Each plant has a capacity of 65 megalitres per day together with associated pumping stations, clear water storages and water mains.

Water Corporation of WA

Woodman Point, Western Australia, Australia

Woodman Alliance

The major upgrade of existing facilities included a 125 megalitres per day primary treatment plant and a 2,800 litres per sec pump station, which is located approximately 2.7km from the plant. Clough and Kinhill Brown & Root were chosen by the Water Corporation to form the Woodman Alliance.

Millmerran Water Supply
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Millmerran Water Supply

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Intergen Australia Pty Ltd

Milmerran, Queensland, Australia

In June 2000, Clough was awarded the contract to supply and install 97 kilometres of ductile iron cement lined (DICL) pipe to transfer treated effluent from Wetalla Water Treatment Plant in Toowoomba to a new 840 Megawatt coal fired power station at Millmerran, in southern Queensland. In addition to the pipeline installation, the project involved the construction of two chlorination plants, a filtration plant, a pump station, a 400 Megalitre storage dam, two 200 kilolitre storage tanks, and a radio telemetry and supervisory control and data aquisition system (SCADA).
The flat terrain of the pipeline route presented the challenge of very tight construction tolerances, which were overcome using a combination of laser surveying equipment and cement stabilised bedding in the form of a flowable slurry.
Pipeline installation commenced in July 2000 on a single work front, with a second work front opening under subcontract in October 2000.

Ballarat Water Treatment Project
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Ballarat Water Treatment Project

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Thames Water Ballarat Pty Ltd

Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Design and construction of two water treatment plants at Lal Lal and White Swan reservoirs. Each plant has a capacity of 65 megalitres per day together with associated pumping stations, clear water storages and water mains.

Woodman Point Environmental Enhancement Project
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Woodman Point Environmental Enhancement Project

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Water Corporation of WA

Woodman Point, Western Australia, Australia

Woodman Alliance

The major upgrade of existing facilities included a 125 megalitres per day primary treatment plant and a 2,800 litres per sec pump station, which is located approximately 2.7km from the plant. Clough and Kinhill Brown & Root were chosen by the Water Corporation to form the Woodman Alliance.