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Infrastructure Projects 

TERAX™ Hydrothermal Deconstruction plant

Rotorua District Council
TERAX™ is an innovative, new technology developed in New Zealand to treat and dispose of organic waste streams more cost effectively and sustainably by reducing the volume of waste requiring disposal at landfill and recovering valuable carbon and nitrogen compounds for fertiliser and energy applications. Following the completion of successful pilot scale studies, Rotorua District Council engaged WorleyParsons as an EPCM provider to design and project manage the first full scale TERAX tm facility.

Winery Development

Oyster Bay
Developing a state-of-the-art 20,000 tonnes winery for one of NZ’s largest wine makers required the successful delivery of form and function and all in time for the 2006 vintage. WorleyParsons’ design team incorporated efficient process flows, scalable production economies and superb design detailing to achieve one of the country’s most technologically advanced wineries. Subsequent upgrades, delivered each season, have addressed increased capacity and blending requirements with further tanks, services and wastewater treatment systems added to the winery.

Eastland Port Marine
Development

Eastland Port
Preparing an effective long term development plan for Eastland Port that appropriately addresses operational constraints and infrastructure resilience risks required WorleyParsons to complete a series of technical studies covering dynamic supply simulation, wave analysis and structural surveys, as well as geotechnical and geophysical survey specification. Further technical and commercial support was provided to support consent applications, design procurement and construction work packages.

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