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Renewal for Henley's Hill, Janett Street, and White Gap Reservoirs

Improving longstanding water infrastructure in the tropics

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    Reservoirs Updated

  • Cairns, Queensland, Australia

    Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Renewing critical water infrastructure for local communities

Many residents in the Cairns region receive their water supply from three reservoirs—Henley’s Hill No. 5 in Earlville, White’s Gap No. 1 in Kanimbla, and Janett Street in Yorkeys Knob—all of which have been in service for more than 30 years, including one for over 55 years. The Cairns Regional Council knew it was time to enhance and update this system.

Our local team conducted all structural inspections, including the design and documentation of remediation works for all three reservoirs. Following this assessment stage, we completed work plans for each reservoir that would keep the water flowing while work was underway. We also prepared the request for tender documentation according to the Council’s General Procurement Policy.

Cairns Regional Council’s steps to maintain the integrity of these reservoirs will keep their communities supplied with water for years to come.

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  • Cairns Regional Council
Meet Our Team

Rob Wheeler, Branch Manager, Cairns

Challenge yourself outside of your comfort zone.

Toby Chester, Senior Survey Manager

I strive to offer clients the highest level of customer service possible to assist them through projects from inception to completion.

Jarred Doyle, Senior Engineer

Designing resilient projects is what motivates me.

Rob Wheeler

Branch Manager, Cairns

Toby Chester

Senior Survey Manager

Jarred Doyle

Senior Engineer

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