- CRS Bushy Park Water Treatment Plant is under construction! - Mechanical installation is underway for CRS Bushy Park Water Treatment Plant in Tasmania! CRS are constructing a potable Water Treatment Plant for the rural towns of Bushy Park, Glenora and Gretna, located 40 km north west of Hobart. The plant will produce 400,000 L/day of potable water and will improve quality of life for these […]
- New Zealand Water Treatment Plants are on their way! - CRS have just completed the construction of two skid mounted Water Treatment Plants for two regional towns in New Zealand. The WTPs will serve the towns of Whataroa and Kumara on the west coast of the South Island. For each WTP CRS constructed two skids, one featuring a Media Filtration treatment process while the other […]
- CRS Management Systems are Updated - CRS have just had our management systems updated and are certified by Global-Mark, a third party independent evaluator with the following management systems: AS/NZS 4801-2001 : Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems AS/NZS ISO 14001-2016: Environmental management systems AS/NZS ISO 9001-2016: Quality management systems – Requirements In the scope of the design, fabrication and commissioning […]
- Bemboka Potable Water Treatment Plant Update - CRS have started the civil earthworks for the Bemboka WTP. CRS were awarded the contract in late 2017 to build a 500,000 L per day potable Water Treatment Plant for the Bega Shire Council, which will service the township of Bemboka. When completed the township will experience a significant increase in the quality of their […]
- M4 East Ground Water Treatment Plant Update - Construction is underway on the WestConnex M4 East permanent Ground Water Treatment Plant. Following the successful construction and operation of 3 temporary plants for the WestConnex New M5, CRS were awarded the contract to construct a permanent WTP in October, 2017 for the new M4 East tunnel. The water treatment plant will have capacity to treat […]
- Westconnex New M5 Main Works - CRS has been awarded a D&C contract for the provision of three Water Treatment Plants to treat groundwater on the Arncliffe, Bexley and St Peters sites of the Westconnex M5 Main Works project. The plants incorporate hydrocyclones, aeration, lamella clarification, chemical dosing, continuous sand filtration, sludge thickening and dewatering using belt filter presses.