Commissioning complete at the Rubyanna Wastewater Treatment Plant


Commissioning has reached completion at the Rubyanna Wastewater Treatment Plant in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia.

Bonacci Infrastructure delivered both the structural and civil design packages for this $40 million project, including:

  • A new 57 x 47 metre membrane bioreactor with post-tensioned floor system.
  • A new 56 x 20 metre digester tank featuring a complete absence of control joints which was made possible by rigorous analysis and careful pour sequencing. The unique benefits of this solution include improved constructability and the elimination of long-term maintenance costs associated with joint repair.
  • An elevated inlet works, recycled water tank, chemical dosing facilities and various building structures.
  • Bulk earthworks, access roads and civil pavements across the site.

The works also included an upgrade to the Rubyanna Regional Pump Station, encompassing a new pump station / sewage receival chamber and associated infrastructure / civil works.

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