Murrumbidgee Irrigation (MI) has reached a significant milestone in the $43.7 million Wah Wah Stock & Domestic Pipeline Project with Comdain Infrastructure engaged to design, construct and commission the Gunbar Water Pipeline.
The Wah Wah Stock and Domestic Pipeline (WWSD) Project forms part of the $149.6 million in funding MI received under Round Two of the Australian Government’s Private Irrigation Infrastructure Operators Program (PIlOP) in New South Wales.
The 280km Gunbar Water Pipeline is a major component of this project and MI Asset Delivery Manager Jody Rudd said he was looking forward to working with Comdain to deliver it.
“Comdain have already done a significant amount of work in relation to the design of the Gunbar Water Pipeline,” Mr Rudd explained.
“This is a unique project for us due to its complexity and scale and we are confident that Comdain will deliver this component safely, to a high quality and on time.”
Comdain is one of the largest irrigation infrastructure contractors in Australia with a strong capability in irrigation modernisation with particular expertise in design and construction of a wide variety of pipeline and pump station projects.