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ThyssenKrupp Steelcom

A Company of ThyssenKrupp Services

Job Report

ThyssenKrupp

EXPERIENCED RELIABLE PROFESSIONAL SINCE 1983

Larssen L755

PROJECT SUMMARY

SPECIFICATIONS AT

A GLANCE

Project Client

Sugarloaf Pipeline Sugarloaf Pipeline Alliance*

Section Modulus

2000 cm3/m wall 580 cm3/single pile

Contractor Location

Wagstaff & Vibropile Yea, Victoria

Weight

127.5 kg/m2 wall 95.6 kg/m single pile

Second moment of inertia

45000 Iy

Back thickness

11.7 mm

Web thickness

10.0 mm

Wall height

450 mm

Section width

750 mm

Head Office PO Box 840 North Sydney 2069 Australia

W www.tk-steelcom.com.au

Newcastle Yard and Equipment PO Box 282 Thornton NSW 2322

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    The Alliance is a joint venture between John Holland and

Melbourne Water. The design team comprised of GHD and SKM.

Larssen L755 Steel Sheet Piles. U shaped sheet pile sections are well proven in both permanent and temporary works throughout the world.

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    61 2 9409 1777

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      61 2 9955 4298

enquiries@tk-steelcom.com.au

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    61 2 4966 0688

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      61 2 4966 0988

glen.pentecost@tk-steelcom.com.au

NSW

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    61 2 9409 1777

joe.commins@tk-steelcom.com.au

VIC/TAS

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    61 2 4966 0688

guy.cook@tk-steelcom.com.au

QLD / NT

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    61 407 671 200

martin.cross@tk-steelcom.com.au

SA / WA

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    61 8 9245 7603

alissa.warren@tk-steelcom.com.au

Technical Sales - Sheet Piles

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    61 2 9409 1777

byung-yong.jang@tk-steelcom.com.au

Thyssenkrupp Steelcom has supplied 828m² of the Larssen L755 sheet pile in 2000 cm3 /m section modulus to Sugarloaf Pipeline Alliance for their Sugarloaf Pipeline project in Yea, Victoria.

the Larssen L 755 sheets proved to be very efficient offering faster installation per LM, while offering a convenient handling size on site. The contractors were happily installing 12 steel sheet piles per day.

New Zealand PO Box 51254 Pakuranga Auckland 2140 NZ

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+ 64 9 576 3977

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+ 64 9 573 3978 andy.fenn@tk-steelcom.co.nz

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The Sugarloaf Pipeline project involves constructing a 70 km pipeline, a major drought proofing measure linking the Goulburn River near Yea to the Sugarloaf Reservoir in Melbourne's north-east.The project worth $625m to which John Holland had a share of $430m will be an important new addition to this grid and will transfer 75 billion litres of water to Melbourne’s water supply system.

For this project ThyssenKrupp Steelcom supplied 69 sheets of the L755 in 16m of 828 m². Sheet pile was used for a circular sheet pile wall or cofferdam with a diameter of 16.4 meters. The deviation angle of each pile was approx 5.2 degree. The cofferdam is situated at the point where the pipeline meets the Gourburn River.

At 750 mm in width the Larssen L755 advantages include fewer interlocks per running metre of wall providing superior water-tightness. For contractors

The entire Sugarloaf Pipeline project commenced pipeline construction in September 2008 and is due to be completed Feb 2010. The cofferdam, however to which we supplied the steel sheet pile was made complete within 2 weeks.

ThyssenKrupp Steelcom offers total piling solutions including hire and sell of steel sheet piles, impact and vibratory piling hammers ranging from excavator mounted to large crane suspended units, as well as, foundation equipment and trench shoring.

For further information contact our Sales on:

NSW

+ 61 2 94091777

VIC

+ 61 2 4966 0688

QLD

+ 61 (0)407 671 200

WA/SA

+ 61 8 9245 7603

NZ

+ 64 9 576 3977

or email: enquiries@tk-steelcom.com.au.

www. tk-steelcom.com.au

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