Project: Mt Pleasant WWTP upgrade
Client: The Barossa Council
Project value: $1.4mil
This project commenced in November 2004, and was to design manufacture and install a transportation system for transporting front & rear seats for the new 380 model Magna from the loading dock area to the production line. This was achieved using several vertical lifters and pushers, combined with over 100 metres of conveying equipment. Large Walkways each weighing over 300 kg, had to be designed and suspended from roof trusses, within the facility to support the conveyor system and provide access for maintenance personnel. Artec Engineering undertook all electrical work including PLC programming.
Project: Emergency Pump Station & Gravity Sewer Main Installation
Client: The Coorong District Council
DSM Construction was engaged to replace an existing pumpstation, gravity sewer and rising main pipework.
DSM Construction worked with the Council to ensure a smooth commissioning process during the changing over of the pump stations and linking in of the existing pipework
Project: Bakewell Underpass Redevelopment
Tier 1 Builder: McConnell Dowell
Project Details: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/
Whilst employed as supervisors at B J Jarrads, Daniel Haynes and Tony Skuse were responsible for the construction and installation of the water mains and stormwater pipes on the Bakewell underpass project.
Project: Hindmarsh Island Rising Main Project
Client: Alexandrina Council
Project Value: $280k
DSM Construction was sub-contracted to construct the Western side of the Hindmarsh Island Rising main Project. This included the installation of over a kilometre of 150mm PVC rising main, and several direction bores under the heritage railway in Goolwa.
Project: Network Expansion and ongoing maintenance
Client: Willunga Basin Water
Project Details: http://www.wbwc.com.au/
DSM Construction has been servicing Willunga Basin Water Company for 6 years.
Including the construction of pump stations and several kilometres of re-claimed water pipelines ranging in size from 50mm – 450mm in diameter, as well as the repair and maintenance of their existing infrastructure.
Daniel Haynes, DSM Constructions’ Managing Director, has been working on the Willunga Basin Water network for the past 9 years and in that time has supervised the installation of over 50 water meter connections to vineyards and over 15 kilometres of pipelines across the Mclaren Vale District.
Project: Liluka Jacinth-Ambrosia Pipeline Upgrade
Tier 2 Builder: Parsons Brinkerhoff
Project Details: http://www.pbworld.com/
Water main installation providing water supply for new mine expansion. Tony Skuse and Phil Reade both worked on the site for BJ Jarrad.