Auckland Council, Pukekohe Station Stormwater Upgrade

Project Description

 Auckland Council
 November 2014
Auckland Council, Upgrade

The existing Stormwater reticulation at the Pukekohe train station was under capacity and causing flooding of the North Island Main Trunk Rail and local lines causing nuisance and risk of damage to critical rail infrastructure. It was determined that the reticulation should be upgraded by a combination of open cut methods and by micro tunnelling for the sections under the rail tracks. The micro tunnelled sections included a 100m shot of 600mm HOBAS GRP pipe and a 50m shot of 1050mm Concrete Jacking pipe.

ProjectMax were the professional services provider to Auckland Council for this project from tendering in January 2014 through till final completion in November 2014.

ProjectMax’s scope of the professional services included design overview, tender assessment, risk assessment, site supervision and contract management of the upgrade works.

The project value was greater than $2 Million.