Water Secure’s Western Corridor Pipeline
The Western Corridor Recycled Water Pipeline is Australia’s largest recycled water project. It’s purpose is to transport recycled water to power stations and other required areas in QLD and conserve more than 200,000,000 litres per day of potable dam water for other purposes.
The Eastern Pipeline Alliance (EPA) is an alliance between GHD, Lucas and Transfield which was awarded the Eastern portion of this government project. This portion of the project comprised building over 100 kilometers of underground pipeline, traversing 50 waterway and road crossings (including the Brisbane river), and the building of ten pumping stations.
Lucas selected IT Leaders to assist with EPA operations in Queensland. IT Leaders supplied project staff to augment Lucas staff in the early stages of the project, providing both support and project execution assistance.
In the final stages of the project IT Leaders assumed full responsibility and hosting for all EPA server assets, and performed a physical-to-virtual migration of servers to then enable and organise disposal of IT assets. The migration was done into our cutting edge Private Cloud server farm, to enable complete server-independent failover, and maximum levels of redundancy, without requiring the further purchase of any assets.