Tag: Water

Fiji Water Pipe Spools

TFG Group is proud to be connected through Della Toffola Pacific with The Wonderful Company. True to its name with a wide range of philanthropic activities that focus on investing in and collaborating with the communities where their employees live and work. In 2015 alone, they invested more than $48 million in far-reaching community development, education and health and wellness programs.

FIJI Water is one of The Wonderful Company’s products and also the number one imported premium bottled capabilities/water sold in the United States, found at luxury hotels, leading restaurants and airports around the world. 

TFG is excited to be fabricating pipe spools for FIJI Water and to be a part of such an amazing initiative with a globally responsible company that truly embodies the goal of enriching and enhancing lives. TFG values this kind of “Wonderful” in the world.

Bula Bula

It’s hard to say the words “Bula Bula” without a smile immediately parting your lips…The TFG team have been saying and hearing these words which originate from the Fijian culture and means anything from hello, goodbye, welcome, love and more.

It means LIFE. The crew have been working on a small Island in the South Pacific Ocean to upgrade a CIP System for Fiji Water and Della Toffola Pacific.

beenyup smp installation

Case Study – SMP Installation – Beenyup Water Treatment Plant

BEENYUP WATER TREATMENT FACILITY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

BORE SMP INSTALLATION

CLIENT: KEP RECHARGE ALLIANCE

YEAR: 2016

SECTOR: WATER

PROJECT SCOPE  

KEP Recharge Alliance, a joint venture between Thiess and CH2M Hill Australia has started construction works on a $125 million capabilities/water recycling plant in the northern Perth suburb of Craigie. KEP Recharge Alliance is responsible for the design, construction and commissioning of the Advanced Water Recycling Plant. The partnership between CHT JV and Water Corporation will have a capacity to recharge 14 billion litres of capabilities/water into groundcapabilities/water supplies; the scheme will provide a new climate independent capabilities/water source to boost much needed drinking capabilities/water supplies. In the future, the scheme can be expanded to ultimately deliver 28 billion litres of capabilities/water when needed.

WATER RECHARGE

Once complete, the scheme will recycle capabilities/water, treat it to drinking capabilities/water standards and recharge it back into existing groundcapabilities/water supplies. The Alliance will move more than 18,000 cubic metres of earth before constructing the plant and will then pour 1000cu.m of concrete, install 70km of cables and lay 15km of pipes.

The project is scheduled for completion in late 2016 and will have built-in capacity to expand production to 28 billion litres of capabilities/water as demand increases.

AUSTLINE FABRICATIONS INSTALLATION

Austline Fabrications has been awarded the installation of all pipe supports, piping, valves and associated instruments to all recharge spooling. Austline committed to a schedule and timeline of mobilisation of bore piping; documentation verification, onsite fabrication and Hydro testing all spooling to AS4041 & AS4037.

Austline approached the installation methodically with successful finalisation of all documentation.

 

Case Study – Stainless Steel Solutions – Water Corporation

WATER SOLUTIONS, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

STAINLESS STEEL SOLUTIONS

CLIENT: WATER CORPORATION

YEAR: ONGOING

SECTOR: WATER

PIT COVERS

DM CIVIL, ARMADALE PUMP STATION
Austline fabricated and supplied pit covers, safety grates and a stainless steel cast in frame complete with an aluminium cover. All stainless steel items were completely seal welded and passivated as per Water Corporation specifications. Items were inspected by Water Corporation welding inspectors and dispatched with a Water Corporation release form.

SAFETY GRATES & ALUMINIUM LIDS

GEORGIOU GROUP, KARRATHA WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT 10
Austline fabricated and supplied safety grate cast in frames, complete with gasket seal, all hinge pins and accessory items. Austline also supplied aluminium pit covers. Items were completed within the given timeframe to meet the clients deadline and were inspected by Water Corporation weld inspectors prior to dispatch. All items met the clients requirements and specifications.

INLET SPECIALS

WATER CORPORATION
Austline fabricated and supplied multitudes of sizes and quantities, directly to Water Corporation central works. Items were inspected and dispatched to site for Water Corporation contractors to install.

PIPE SPOOLING

WATER CORPORATION, ARMAGH STREET PUMP STATION
Austline fabricated and supplied multiple pipe spools direct to Water Corporation to be used as emergency storage upgrades at the Armagh Street Pump Station. These pipe spools were fabricated using stainless steel 316 materials and were welded to the Australian Standard 4041.

Case Study – Water Treatment Skid – Santos, Waddy Brae

SANTOS WADDY BRAE SKID

WATER TREATMENT SKID

CLIENT: VEOLIA

YEAR: 2012

SECTOR: RESOURCES – WATER

 

WORLD FIRST DESIGN

In a world first, Austline were given the opportunity to fabricate a capabilities/water treatment module which combined micro-filtration and reverse osmosis carbon filtration systems on the same transportable skid. The resulting module was capable of converting 30,000L of waste capabilities/water into potable capabilities/water every hour.

COLLABORATIVE APPROACH

Veolia originally came to Austline Fabrications with the concept. Using Austline’s experience with building both reverse osmosis and micro-filtration skids, the Project Managers collaborated to develop working drawings and a practical concept based on Austline’s experience and technical feedback.

PRECISION FABRICATION

Austline was chosen as the successful candidate due to their previous experience with complex filtration projects combined with their reputation for a high quality finished product. SAF duplex 2205 steel was used for all high pressure pipework and the entire module fit on a 12 metre skid for ease of assembly.

Austline’s General Manager, Tom Moultrie said “We were excited to be a part of this project since it had never been done before.” The module fabrication was completed within the tight three month schedule and we were delighted with the finished product.”

SCOPE OF WORKS

  • Fabrication of individual components using a combination of stainless and SAF duplex 2205 steel
  • Container modifications for skid
  • Installed equipment pipework
  • Fabricated cable trays
  • Installed all air lines and controls
  • Assisted electrical trades with installation
  • Access ladders and safety rails
  • Assisted with commissioning
  • Disassembled and packaged for safe and secure delivery to site