Cudmore Terrace, Henley Beach - Wastewater Pump Station Upgrade

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Together with our partner John Holland Guidera O’Connor Joint Venture (JHGOJV), we will be undertaking a major upgrade of the above pump station from April to December 2024. The upgrade will ensure that the local community continues to receive a reliable wastewater service and is also set up for future population growth.

The current infrastructure will be replaced with a new deep submersible pump station and an odour control unit. The site will be fenced with 2.4-metre-high black spear top fencing and screened by vegetation.

Work will begin in early April 2024 and continue for approximately nine months, subject to weather conditions and any technical constraints that we encounter. Work will take place 7 am – 5 pm weekdays, with some night and weekend works at peak construction times.

To ensure your safety and that of our people, traffic management will be in place including a full road closure in front of the pump station on Cudmore Terrace and the eastern end of Hill Street. Detours and signage will be in place, with only local traffic permitted to enter. Please refer to the map below for details.




Together with our partner John Holland Guidera O’Connor Joint Venture (JHGOJV), we will be undertaking a major upgrade of the above pump station from April to December 2024. The upgrade will ensure that the local community continues to receive a reliable wastewater service and is also set up for future population growth.

The current infrastructure will be replaced with a new deep submersible pump station and an odour control unit. The site will be fenced with 2.4-metre-high black spear top fencing and screened by vegetation.

Work will begin in early April 2024 and continue for approximately nine months, subject to weather conditions and any technical constraints that we encounter. Work will take place 7 am – 5 pm weekdays, with some night and weekend works at peak construction times.

To ensure your safety and that of our people, traffic management will be in place including a full road closure in front of the pump station on Cudmore Terrace and the eastern end of Hill Street. Detours and signage will be in place, with only local traffic permitted to enter. Please refer to the map below for details.



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  • Share Are the 2 surge vessels being retained? Is the existing wet well being removed? Where is the new submersible pump well being located? I assume there will be no above ground building and the existing building will be removed. on Facebook Share Are the 2 surge vessels being retained? Is the existing wet well being removed? Where is the new submersible pump well being located? I assume there will be no above ground building and the existing building will be removed. on Twitter Share Are the 2 surge vessels being retained? Is the existing wet well being removed? Where is the new submersible pump well being located? I assume there will be no above ground building and the existing building will be removed. on Linkedin Email Are the 2 surge vessels being retained? Is the existing wet well being removed? Where is the new submersible pump well being located? I assume there will be no above ground building and the existing building will be removed. link

    Are the 2 surge vessels being retained? Is the existing wet well being removed? Where is the new submersible pump well being located? I assume there will be no above ground building and the existing building will be removed.

    16Crace asked about 1 month ago

    Thanks for your question and apologies for the delay in responding.  The two surge vessels will be replaced with new ones however they are a very similar size to existing.  The existing wet well is not getting removed, just decommissioned.  The new submersible pump well is located closer to the Cudmore Tce end of the land.  The existing building will remain.

Page last updated: 27 Mar 2024, 12:52 PM