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Tully State High School – Fire Hydrant Upgrade

Tully State High School - Fire Hydrant Upgrade

Project Data

LOCATION
Tully State High School, Tully, QLD

PROJECT TYPE
Commercial

SCOPE OF WORKS
Fire Hydrant Upgrade, New Services, Pump House

CONTRACT
Design and Construct

Client
Department of Education

VALUE
$350,000

OVERVIEW

In conjunction with the Tully State High School, BAS and Department of Education and Training, WIP Construction was engaged to design and install a new fire hydrant system, including new main water meter, fire booster, fire pump and pump house.
A new dedicated fire hydrant main was installed to the new fire hydrant locations and installed double pillar fire hydrants. The existing system was also decommissioned.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Difficulties As the works were located in the central area of the busy school, measures were to taken to minimise disturbance to the routine operation of the school and limit pedestrian traffic around the job site.
  • Outcomes The project was completed with minimal disturbance to the day to day running of the School, with most works occurring during the school holidays. The new system was fully tested and increased water output and accessibility to service the entirety of the school. The works were done on schedule and to budget.

Project Data

LOCATION
Tully State High School, Tully, QLD

PROJECT TYPE
Commercial

SCOPE OF WORKS
Fire Hydrant Upgrade, New Services, Pump House

CONTRACT
Design and Construct

Client
Department of Education

VALUE
$350,000

OVERVIEW

In conjunction with the Tully State High School, BAS and Department of Education and Training, WIP Construction was engaged to design and install a new fire hydrant system, including new main water meter, fire booster, fire pump and pump house.
A new dedicated fire hydrant main was installed to the new fire hydrant locations and installed double pillar fire hydrants. The existing system was also decommissioned.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Difficulties As the works were located in the central area of the busy school, measures were to taken to minimise disturbance to the routine operation of the school and limit pedestrian traffic around the job site.
  • Outcomes The project was completed with minimal disturbance to the day to day running of the School, with most works occurring during the school holidays. The new system was fully tested and increased water output and accessibility to service the entirety of the school. The works were done on schedule and to budget.
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