Sydney’s Luna Park were introducing some new rides at their iconic theme park. They were in the process of adding a larger roller coaster to the park and required concrete piers to be drilled into the ground to support the weight of the new ride. When the piers were being drilled the contractors smashed through an existing Storm Water Drain which collects all the storm water to the premises.
To prevent the cost and delays in excavation work, we were called out to reline the drain. Not only did we complete this in a day, we also made a stronger pipe within the old pipe to support the damage made to the main drain.
Bureau of meteorology are our main source of weather information. They have an onsite campus in Sydney Airport which is where all there data is retrieved and sent out to the media. Their onsite facilities were constantly blocking due to rust within the drain and tree roots blocking the pipes.
To save the staff leaving the premises every time they needed to use the bathroom facilities we came onsite for half a day, cleaned the rust and tree roots and relined the drains so they could be used with no disruptions.