Commercial Case Studies

Pipe Relining Flinders Uni Case Study

Flinders University

Flinders University is one of Adelaide’s most respected educational bodies. The University offers more than 160 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as higher degree research supervision across all disciplines.

Pipe Relining Swimming Pool Case Study

Payneham Swimming Centre

The Payneham Swimming Centre offers three heated pools with generous shade protection. The eight lane, Olympic-size 50 metre pool offers ample room for lap swimming and the learners and toddler’s pools provide the perfect place for children to build up their confidence in the water.

Pipe Relining Bar Case Study

The Office on Pirie

The Office on Pirie is an iconic Adelaide hotel located in the heart of the CBD district. The hotel offers a range of services including; corporate functions, gaming, event launches and dining experiences. The venue is licensed to hold up to 300 people.

Pipe Relining Glenelg Case Study

Strata / PM

Strata living often brings together people of diverse interests and backgrounds. The Strata Titles Act has been designed to minimise the risk of disputes by setting out some clear rules on who owns what (boundaries), maintenance responsibilities, dispute resolution, insurance and meetings.

Pipe Relining Commonwealth Bank Case Study

Commonwealth Bank

The Commonwealth Bank is Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services including retail banking, premium banking, business banking, institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, investment and sharebroking products and services.

Pipe Relining Bar Case Study

The Victoria Hotel

The Victoria Hotel located in the Southern suburbs of Adelaide, is one of the premier destination hotels for the ALH Group. Entertaining friends or business partners in one of the many function areas of the hotel.

Pipe Relining Adelaide Case Stduy

Techport

Techport Australia – Australia’s premier naval industry hub, is located at Osborne in South Australia. The South Australian Government has invested over $300 million in state-owned infrastructure at Techport Australia to develop a world-class maritime industrial precinct.