Projects

Stebbing Reservoir 

Juno Civil 

Juno Civil were commissioned to build a new reservoir to service a subdivision in Churton Park. With the high potential for seismic activity in the Wellington Region, Wellington Water Limited have started specifying the use of seismic restraint joints. 

PAM Saint - Gobain have designed a range of 'Geoflex' couplings 100mm - 1800mm specifically for this application. These couplings are designed to simultaneously compensate for expansion, contraction as well as rotational and angular deflection. 

Asmuss Water Systems offered these fittings to Wellington Water Limited as a solution, as they are manufactured and tested in accordance with the ISO quake resistant design standard (16134:2006). These are the first Geoflex couplers to be installed anywhere within Australia and New Zealand. 

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Longswamp Irrigation Realignment 

Te Kauwhata Water Association 

With the foretasted construction of the Longswamp portion of the Waikato expressway (5.9kms), there was a requirement for Te Kauwhata Water Association to realign its main irrigation lines in the Rangiriri area.

Asmuss Water Systems was awarded the supply of pipeline materials in 2016, supply comprised of approximately 2kms Polyethylene Pipe ranging from 450mm - 710mm, also provided were PE fittings, Gate & Air Valves and Flowmeters. 

The photo shows some 710mm pipe installed via horizontally directionally drilling under the existing SH1, main delivery line to reticulation pipelines. 

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Huntly - Hopuhopu Pipeline 

Te Aratika Drilling 

This watermain project for the Waikato District Council is part of the wider 'Central Districts Water Scheme' which connects Hopuhopu, Ngaruawahia, Horotiu and Huntly townships allowing all to be fed from either Ngaruawahia or Huntly Water Treatment Plants. 

The successful tenderer Te Aratika Drilling awarded Asmuss Water Systems in October 2016 the supply of 8.5kms of 355mm Polyethylene Pipe, PE fittings, Ductile fittings, Valves and Southern Cross Pumps. Construction is planned to be complete by June 2017. 

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