Panel success for Zinfra with WaterNSW

Zinfra recently secured a position on the WaterNSW asset replacement panel known as the Maintain Capability Program. This panel position gives Zinfra access to bid as one of three providers for a workflow of $150M over four years between 2018 and 2021.

The Maintain Capability Program will ensure asset replacement and related maintenance works are delivered efficiently across WaterNSW’s network.

WaterNSW is Australia’s largest supplier of bulk water. They provide two-thirds of the water used in NSW and develop infrastructure solutions for water supply security and reliability. The Greater Sydney drinking water catchment area collects water from river catchments to the south and west of Sydney, stores it in 10 major dams, and transports water via a network of rivers, pipes and canals to water filtration plants.

Under the Maintain Capability Program, parcels of work covering civil, mechanical, and electrical will be released to cover the Greater Sydney and rural areas of NSW, and include:

  • Canal refurbishment, roads, fences, bridge work/renewal

  • Structural and mechanical: pumps, valves, control gates, walkways, pipeline renewal, trash racks

  • Buildings and services

  • Electrical and controls.

 Delivery of the work requires a diverse range capabilities that Zinfra can deliver drawing on its in-house resources. Zinfra’s National Water Operations Manager Jeff Kennedy said, “We’re delighted to secure this excellent panel opportunity and to expand our water services in NSW.”

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands upon which we operate and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Pictured: Artwork by Aboriginal artist Chern’ee Sutton from Mount Isa for our Group’s Reconciliation Action Plan.