SMEC to deliver South-eastern Queensland Northern Treatment Plants Capital Works Program


20 March 2019

SMEC is proud to partner with Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) and Fulton Hogan within a collaborative and collocated delivery team to provide brownfield treatment plant renewals and upgrades at QUU’s six major urban and coastal Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs), including Luggage Point STP, Sandgate STP, Gibson Island STP, Oxley STP, Wynnum STP and Fairfield STP.

The SMEC team have extensive and in-depth knowledge of the six treatment plants in this program of works and the content of the work packages, reducing start-up time and costs. The team’s wealth of experience in projects at brownfield waste water treatment plants was key to this appointment which highlights SMEC‘s deep expertise in the Southeast Queensland water infrastructure sector.

The scope of works under the Northern Treatment Plants (NTP) Capital Works program includes civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control works. Work will be carried out in two phases, with Phase 1 involving site investigation, identification of project delivery risks and opportunities, and cost intelligence. In Phase 2, detailed design including final SID/HAZOPS will be carried out, site resources mobilised and the works commissioned and constructed.




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