Gibson Island Advance Water Treatment Plant, Brisbane, Australia. Purification of treated sewerage water using Microfiltration and Reverse Osmosis.

With its 100,000 m³/day capacity this is the largest Treatment Plant of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Includes 6 large reinforced and post-tensioned concrete tanks, the largest with a capacity of 13,000 m³, plus numerous ancillary facilites namely the Main process building 90x50m in area and 13m in height

Client: State Government of Queensland
Structural engineers: Bonacci Group (QLD)/TALPROJECTO joint venture
Process and Mechanical/Electrical engineers: Montgomery Watson/Worley Parsons joint venture
Lead Contractor: Baulderstone, United Group Main quantities:
Precast driven piles – 27.800m
Concrete – 21.700m³
Reinforcing steel – 2.500 tons
Prestressing steel – 85 tons
Structural steelwork – 950 tons
Structural aluminium on the roof – 20 tons

Mackay Water Treatment Plant, Queensland, Australia – Raw water tank 47m long x 31m wide x 5m high in reinforced and post-tensioned concrete

Client: Macay City Council
Structural engineers: Bonacci Group Qld with Tal Projecto,Lda.
Lead Contractor: Consorcio de Empresas – John Holland
Main quantities:
Piling – 850 m
Concrete – 1200m³
Reinforcing steel – 150 tons
Prestressing steel – 6 tons

Water Storage Facility in Beiriz
2 new 36m diamater x 5m height tanks in reinforced and post-tensioned concrete. Structural repairs and strengthening of the original 36m diamater tank.

Client: Águas do Cávado, S.A.
Process and hydraulics engineers: PROCESL Engenharia Hidráulica e Ambiental Lda.
Lead Contractor: Monte Adriano Engenharia e Construção S.A.
Main quantities:
Concrete – 1.710m³
Reinforcing steel – 238 tons
Prestressing steel – 12 tons
Carbon fibre reinforcement in mesh – 540m²

Water Storage Facility in Beiriz - Recovery and reinforcement

Other projects:


INAPA (Setúbal), RENOVA (Torres Novas), PEXTRAFIL (Viseu) - Reinforced Concrete Tanks and ancillary structures for waste water treatment plants


Dois reservatórios com 5000m³ de capacidade em betão armado pós-esforçado
Estruturas e fundações em betão armado e pré-esforçado de quatorze reservatórios de água com capacidades de armazenamento entre os 10.000m³ e os 1.000m³ e de oito centrais de elevação de água, inseridos no sistema de reforço de abastecimento de água aos concelhos da área a Norte do Grande Porto


Aproveitamentos mini-hidrícos do Terragido, Torga e Ovadas - Fundações e Estruturas das Barragens e das Centrais de Produção de Energia

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