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Recycled Water Storage Dam Access Staircase

Recycled Water Storage Dam Access Staircase

South Melton, Melbourne – As one of three water corporations that service Melbourne’s metro region, Greater Western Water has undertaken a project for a new recycled water supply system for framers in Melbourne’s west. Known as the Western Irrigation Network (WIN), an important milestone that was completed was a recycled water storage dam at the Melton Recycled Water Plant. By 2023, the water stored at this dam will irrigate thousands of hectares of farmland, supporting agricultural production in the Parwan-Balling region. This project future-proofs water supplies across communities experiencing strong population growth and warmer, drier climate conditions.

Treadwell was engaged by Max Bright & Sons to fabricate and supply the access staircase for this dam.

Project Challenges

  • Structure would be submerged based on fluctuations in water levels – the material had to be corrosion-resistant and rot-proof.
  • Structure had to be safe for user when wet or dry
  • Being in an exposed water environment, the material had to be electrically non-conductive for user safety.

Project Information

Project Category: Water Infrastructure
Scope of Work: Fabricate & supply FRP structure
Treadwell Products :

  • INDUSTRUCT™ FRP Solution
  • ArchitEX™ FRP Structural Profiles
  • EX-Series® GratEX® FRP Square Mesh Grating
  • RailEX® ROUND FRP handrails

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