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SunWater Seeks Supply, Design, Install, Commissioning of Access Control

Queensland Government’s SunWater subsidiary is seeking supply, delivery, installation, commissioning and testing of access control systems for its buildings and pump stations.

New access control systems are required in the Northern Region at Moranbah and Blackwater, in the Central Region at Biloela and Stanwell and in the Southern Region at Chinchilla and Taronga Pipeline.

SunWater is a statutory Queensland Government-owned corporation responsible for the operation and maintenance of 19 major dams, 63 weirs, 80 major pumping stations and more than 2500 kilometres of pipelines and open channels serving 5000 major clients. Water storage infrastructure managed by SunWater includes Burdekin Falls Dam, Bjelke-Petersen Dam and Wuruma Dam.

SunWater constructed, and owns and operates the Tinaroo Hydro Power Station, a mini–hydroelectric power station at Lake Tinaroo; and the Paradise Mini-Hydro, a mini–hydroelectric power station at Paradise Dam, impacted by flooding near Bundaberg in 2010.

The tender closes on February 18, 2016.♦


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