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Water Corporation - Ravenswood Pumping Station - Western Australia 
The Ravenswood Transfer Pump Station is an integral part of the Southern Seawater Desalination Plant (SSDP) near Perth. It has the capacity to transfer up to 265 million litres of drinking water per day from the SSDP and the existing Stirling and Samson Dams through to the Perth Integrated Water Supply System via the Tamworth Reservoir and North Dandalup Dam. The pump station consists of two separate banks of pumps – the Tamworth Bank and the Dandalup Bank operate as two separate pump stations.

Australian Federal Governement - Sutton Interchange and Federal Highway Area Lighting - ACT/NSW Border - Australia 
Linking from the Hume Highway at Yarra, southeast of Goulburn, New South Wales to Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory. It is designated as the M23 between its northern terminus and Sutton, and then as the A23 from there to its southern terminus. The roadway has a continuous 110 km/h (68 mph) speed limit within New South Wales. Within the Australian Capital Territory the posted speed limit is 100 km/h (62 mph) in rural areas and 80 km/h (50 mph) once it enters the urban area of Canberra. The entire length of the roadway is dual carriageway with 2 lanes in each direction with Reticulated Area Lighting Services to the 59.2km Upgrade Stretch to the Parclo A2 interchange and M23 Federal Highway Dual carriageway north. 

TransACT Capital Communications - ActewAGL - Territory Fibre Optic Rollout - ACT -  Australia
The first broadband platform rolled out known as Phase 1 network was based on FTTC (fibre to the curb) design with nodes being placed within 300 metres of premises. SDH backbone is used to transport voice, data and video whereas VDSL technology is used as the access network to get customers connected to TransACT's high-speed broadband and digital TV services. Coincidentally, TransACT also became the first telco in Australia to implement this particular high-speed broadband technology much superior to ADSL, which was prominent throughout the country at that time. TransACT remains as the only telco to support VDSL and the products are still actively sold with network reach-ability to over 55,000 homes in the ACT.
The Phase 2 rollout involved TransACT placing its own DSLAM equipment within Telstra exchanges and utilising their own fibre-optic backhaul to their main data centre in Dickson, ACT. TransACT completed their ADSL 2/2+ rollout on 1 March 2007. 

Telstra Tower/Black Mountain Tower  - Telstra - Earthing and Lightning Protection Upgrade - Black Mountain - ACT - Australia 
Telstra Tower has become one of the most symbolic landmarks in Canberra and a major tourist attraction with a total of over six million visitors.It is named after Australia's largest telecommunications company, Telstra Corporation. Rising 195.2 metres (640 ft) above the mountain summit. Telstra Tower provides important communication facilities for Canberra including three floors of business, sales and radio communication facilities located between the 30.5 metre and 42.7 metre levels providing space for communication dishes, platforms and equipment for mobile services within the tower.
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