Sydney Water Minor Works listed and accredited constructors in Sydney

When it comes to Sydney Water Minor Works you can trust the expertise of All Line Plumbing!

We are your Sydney Water listed and accredited constructors for Sewer Minor Works such as New Sewer Main Construction, Concrete Sewer Encasements and Sewer Pegout Reports in Sydney

Sydney Water Services

Sydney Water Minor Sewer Works by listed constructors

Sydney Water Minor Works such as junction cut-ins (PCPs), sewer sidelines and concrete sewer encasements are often required when you are developing your land or building in close proximity to a Sydney Water sewer asset.

What is Sydney Water Minor Sewer Works?

Sydney Water Minor Works Sewer is a streamlined process to construct Sydney Water sewer assets for development sites. Sydney Water Minor Works must be carried out by an accredited Sydney Water Constructor.

At All Line Plumbing, we possess the appropriate accreditations to offer our services for projects that fall under Sydney Water's Minor Works guidelines.

Types of works that fall under the Sydney Water Minor Sewer Works

As we are Sydney Water accredited in Minor Sewer Works, we are your local sewer main experts in and around Sydney.

Below are some of the sewer minor works that we offer:

Property Connection Points (PCPs)
Property Connection Points (PCPs)

Inserting Property Connection Points, commonly referred to as junction cut-ins, into existing sewer mains that are less than or equal to DN225mm in diameter.

A common scenario where this is required is when a sewer main is installed inside of the property boundary of the development site and a new connection to sewer main is required to service the site.

MS – Minor Sewer

Sewer Sidelines
Sewer Sidelines

Constructing up to 25 lineal meters of Property Connection Sewer, also commonly referred to as sewer sideline, that is less than or equal to DN225mm in diameter.

Sewer sidelines are a new pipeline which is extended from an existing sewer main to provide a sewer service to single or multiple properties.

MS – Minor Sewer

Concrete Sewer Encasement
Concrete Sewer Encasement

Concrete encasing up 25 lineal meters of sewer main that is less than or equal to DN300mm in diameter.

Concrete encasing a sewer main makes it "maintenance free", which allows you build your structure without the risk of ever having invasive works performed to repair the underlying sewer main.

MS – Minor Sewer

Decommission of Sewer Mains
Decommission of Sewer Mains

Sealing redundant points of connection to Sydney Water's sewer and disusing sections of redundant sewer mains.

This is carried out when a Sydney Water sewer asset is no longer needed and can be demolished to allow for future development works.

MS – Minor Sewer

It is very important to obtain the correct approval before carrying out your Sydney Water Minor Works project.

Approvals are carried out by Sydney Water accredited Water Servicing Coordinators and a list of these accredited Water Servicing Coordinators can be found on the Sydney Water website.

Why do I need Sydney Water Minor Works?

Sydney Water Minor Works is often required when you are developing your land or building in close proximity to a Sydney Water sewer asset. The works are usually required under a Sydney Water approval for the project. The approvals are provided by accredited Water Servicing Coordinators.

The common types of Sydney Water approval which require Minor Works Sewer construction are:

Section 73 Works

A Section 73 approval is required whenever you are developing or subdividing your land within the Sydney Water supply area. Approval is required to ensure that your project has the required water, sewer, and stormwater facilities to be able to service the development.

Some common types of projects that require a Section 73 certificate are;

  • Subdivisions
  • Duplex constructions
  • Multi-residential developments
Building Plan Approval

A Sydney Water Building Plan Approval is usually required as part of the DA process when you are building in the Sydney Water supply area. This approval will assess the plans for any possible impact it may cause on Sydney Water’s assets and may require works to be undertaken to protect Sydney Water's asset. Concrete sewer encasements are commonly associated with Building Plan Approvals.

Some common types of projects that require Sydney Water Building Plan Approval are:

  • New home constructions
  • Pool construction
  • Granny flat construction

How much does Sydney Water Minor Works Cost?

It is not possible to give accurate costing to the Minor Works Sewer construction without first assessing the project specific conditions as there are multiple factors that need to be considered when trying to determine the cost of Sydney Water Minor Works.

The best way to determine the cost of a Sewer Minor Works project is to organise a site inspection by All Line Plumbing. Once the site inspection has been completed the team at All Line Plumbing will be able to provide you with a fixed price quotation for your Sydney Water Minor Works project.

Key factors in Sydney Water Minor Works Cost

Sydney Water's Minor Works encompasses several key factors crucial for understanding the intricacies involved in the financial landscape and project scope. It's imperative to consider the following points:

The location of the works

One of the largest considerations when determining the cost of a minor works project is the location of the works area.

For example, if the sewer is located within a council owned property a Council Road Opening Permit will be required.

The depth of the asset

Due to the Sydney Water sewer mains being installed at varying depths on each project, the depth of the sewer main vastly affects the price.

As the depth of the sewer main increases, more effort will be required to excavate the asset safely, allowing us to carry out the necessary work.

The ground conditions

The ground conditions have a significant impact on the cost and methodology of Sydney Water Minor Works projects. For example;

  • Sand can be easy to dig but can become very unstable when digging at depth, so extra support may be needed to excavate the trench safely.
  • Clay can be harder to dig through but is a lot more stable than sand.
  • If rock is encountered, it may need to be excavated with a hydraulic hammer attachment for the excavator.

All of these types of ground conditions will affect the cost of the project.

The depth of the asset
Checking the depth of a Sydney Water asset
Logo Sydney Water Accredited Constructor
Logo Hunter Water Accredited
Logo Global Mark Systems: ISO 9001
Logo Global Mark Systems: ISO 14001
Logo Global Mark Systems: ISO 45001

Logo All Line Plumbing

Shane Hughes
0414 252 681

Michael Furlan
0423 009 869

Facebook     Instagram

License No: 242935C
ABN: 32 153 786595

Terms and Conditions

© Copyright All Line Plumbing