Friday 12 November 2021 – Interflow was presented with the prestigious Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) National Earth Award on Friday for excellence in civil construction in the project value up to $2 million category. Interflow won the hotly contested prize, after having two projects from Victoria and South Australia battle head-to-head for the National title.

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Leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, is celebrating its 85th year of uplifting communities through the provision of world-class water and wastewater services. As the company approaches this incredible milestone, its people are pausing to reflect on their journey that has been characterised by innovation, agility, and a steadfast dedication to solving customers’ problems. Interflow is

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Australia and New Zealand’s leading provider of trenchless pipeline infrastructure solutions, Interflow, has been recognised at the Civil Contractors Federation SA Earth Awards, for its excellence on the Galloway Culvert Remediation project. The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) Annual Earth Awards recognises civil construction companies who have recently excelled in project and construction management, innovation, people

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Sydney Water, Metrocorp Technologies, SASTTI and Interflow received the New South Wales Excellence in Concrete Award, 2021, from the Concrete Institute of Australia. Interflow’s General Manager NSW & ACT, Paul Everett, said, “Along with Sydney Water and the SASTTI joint venture, we have come first in the NSW ‘Repair, Restoration and Retrofit’ category for our

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Celebrations were in order, as leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, and renowned remedial engineering trades and services contractor, Metrocorp Technologies, signed a Joint Venture (JV) on Wednesday 25 August. Coming together to create ‘Critical Sewer Solutions’, the partnership that will focus on rehabilitation works within the large diameter wastewater market throughout the Greater Sydney region.

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When critical infrastructure fails, it is vital that repairs are carried out as quickly and safely as possible to minimise community disruption and maintain these essential services. However, during large scale events such as the COVID-19 pandemic or major earthquakes, getting supplies to an emergency construction site can prove difficult. Leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow,

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Australia and New Zealand’s leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, has a vision that supports the growth of its people, fosters partnerships with its customers, and ensures the wellbeing of the communities it serves. By helping local councils to create, renew and maintain robust pipeline infrastructure, the organisation is supporting the growing needs of local communities

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As the manager of the Melbourne Water Maribyrnong Sewer Upgrade project – a major upgrade of seven kilometres of sewer line in Melbourne’s north-west – Interflow’s Siripansa Angsuwittaya is demonstrating that the sky’s the limit when there’s no glass ceiling. But this hasn’t always been her experience; she had to overcome some practical barriers to

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For Interflow Project Engineer, Queenie Trinh, the gender imbalance within civil engineering did nothing to deter her from diving into the industry. She enjoys the variety of her role and has forged a successful career in project management and discovered the value of getting a first-hand insight into work practices by literally getting in the

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With so much of Australia’s water and sewerage infrastructure built before the 1970s, many water, wastewater and stormwater assets are reaching the end of their expected 50-year lifecycle – a phenomenon known as the ‘infrastructure cliff’. Risks associated with ageing infrastructure are compounded by pressure caused by Australia’s ever-growing population, and the impact of increasingly

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Complex jobs

In the business of repairing and renewing pipelines, no two jobs are ever the same. Some are unique for their location, while others are set apart by their technical requirements. Others require crews to negotiate environmental variables like tides, and some are influenced by the needs of the community.   When you’ve been in business

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