Innovative Engineering

 
australianam
 
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Australian Embassy

 

CPS Scope:

  • Kelair Fire, booster and sewerage Pumps
  • Iplex Drainage & stormwater Piping
  • Aquatherm Hot & Cold Water Piping systems
  • Victaulic Sprinklers and Valves
  • CPS Potable Water Filtration
  • CPS Re-useable Waste Water Treatment System
  • Rheem Hot Water Units
  • Caroma Sanitary Fixtures
  • Davey transfer pumps
  • Enware Thermostatic mixing valves

Quality Standards: AS/NZS 3500.0-4, Plumbing Code of
Australian, AS 60529, AS/NZS 3000,
AS 2118.1-6, AS 2444, BCA 2005

Key Personnel: Project Manager - Tony Stockheim
Design Engineer - Song Dorn
Site Manager -  Cheap Pheap

Owner:
Australian Government

Client:
DFAT - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Site Location:
Vientiane, Laos

Year Completed:
March 2008

Project Description:
The Australian Embassy in Vientiane is the first of many new Embassies which are to be built in the SE Asian Region. CPS was awarded the contract for the supply and installation of all Hydraulic, Fire, Water Filtration and Waste Water Treatment works, by the main Contractor who was 'Leighton Asia', a subsidiary of the Leighton Group, Australia's largest project development and Contracting Group.

The works included the construction of a new 3 Storey Chancery and two service entry and guard facility areas. CPS completed all works to Australian standards and well within the required time frame. Whilst this project was completed Leighton also tendered and were appointed the contract for the new Australian Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Due to competitive pricing and exceptional finishing, Leighton had no hesitation in awarding CPS the contract for all Hydraulic, Fire and water treatment systems, for this new project.