SA Water upgrading pump station

An artist’s impression of the site from the corner of Davidson and De Haviland Avenues.

An artist’s impression of the site from the corner of Davidson and De Haviland Avenues.

SA Water is upgrading the Queensbury Wastewater Pump Station in Adelaide’s North West.

The upgrade will involve construction of a new wastewater pump station, odour control facility and underground pipe-work to link the new pump station to the wastewater network, demolition of the existing pump station, installation of a new security fence, landscaping and screening.

The construction works will be undertaken by York Civil on behalf of SA Water.

The Queensbury Wastewater Pump Station at the corner of Davidson and De Haviland Avenues, Hendon was originally constructed in 1935 and is a key pump station in the SA Water wastewater network, supporting a population of almost 50,000 people in Adelaide’s north-western suburbs.

The pump station is being upgraded due to its age and to support the growth and development that has been experienced across the network.
A detailed community engagement process was undertaken to help determine the final building design and overall site layout shown over the page. This process is now complete.

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