Diona secures Grey Street Sewer Relocation and Ancillary Works Package
Diona has been awarded the Grey Street Sewer Relocation and Ancillary Works package as part of Brisbane City Council’s program of early works for Brisbane Metro. This project connects into a new Sewerage Pump Station (SPS266) currently being constructed by Diona, under a joint funding arrangement between Urban Utilities and Council. Works will involve constructing a trunk gravity sewer main via a 250 metre long by 12.5 metre deep microtunnel, from the existing SPS to the new SPS266, and a new sewer rising main, from SPS266 to the Victoria Bridge abutment.
Queensland State Manager, Richard Willis said it is fantastic to be involved in the early works for this city-shaping project and highlights the engineering company’s continued success in delivering complex projects in challenging urban locations.
“Diona is working collaboratively with Council’s Brisbane Metro project team to ensure regular and timely communication with stakeholders and the community impacted by these works. Due to the inner-city location on Grey Street in South Brisbane, there are a number of considerations and highly impacted stakeholders in the area. Controlling noise and vibration, along with traffic management, will be essential in ensuring minimal impact to businesses and community members during the construction period,” said Richard.