Construction of 12 buildings across 2 waste water treatment plant sites
UGL completed the construction of two plants for Shoalhaven Water, as part of the Shoalhaven City Council. Together the plants are $100 million in value, with Nowra at circa $60 million and Bomaderry at circa $40 million.
This project involved the construction of twelve buildings across two Waste Water Treatment Plant Sites (WWTP) – six buildings for the Bomaderry WWTP site and six buildings for the Nowra WWTP site.
One of our challenges was operating within a live and operational site. This meant deliveries were coordinated to within a few hours, and the regional nature of the project exacerbated compliance with the requirements. Movement of people, materials and machinery around the site was constantly planned and re-planned.
This is the first time we operated in a ‘sub-contractor’ position under a head contractor. We adapted our systems to reflect this situation during the project, and the client was appreciative that our documentation was generally superior than their usual sub-contractors.
Steve is a founding shareholder of Total Construction. Equipped with a carpentry trade background and extensive experience with design and construct projects across all sectors of the building industry, Steve has been a driving force behind the company’s growth and success. With the appointment of a Chairman and CEO, Steve now focuses on the continual development of a successful and sustainable strategy for the business. He also plays a key role in providing leadership for the overall development of the company through strategic marketing, client relationships and procurement. Steve is based in Sydney where he has the overall management in NSW.