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Wollongong Sea Wall Restoration – 2018-2019

An SVSR mini crane is assisting the team from Marine & Civil Maintenance, working long hours to restore the Wollongong seawall at Flagstaff Hill, which was damaged in the wild storm in June 2016. By using our Maeda MC405 crane they have been repairing the sandstone wall block by block, including the tricky job of […]

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NSW Construction Site Safety Guide 2019

SVSR & Work Safety

SVSR is a proud Corporate Partner of the newly released Pro-Visual NSW Construction Site Safety Guide. Supporting safety within our industries and valued customers is paramount and we are committed to the reduction of Injury and Fatality in the NSW Construction Industry. Our partnership with this Guide along with other industry leaders demonstrates this commitment […]

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Require a Mini Crane?

  SVSR have a range of mini cranes that are well maintained, fueled and ready to go when you need them. Ask about the Maeda MC 405 Mini Crawler Crane, with an amazing 21m reach! SVSR Mini Cranes are specialists in providing lifting solutions for:

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SVSR & Workplace Gender Equality

Workplace Gender Equality SVSR encourage gender equality in our workplace and leadership, we foster good working relationships & promotion opportunities for all members of our team. In November 2018, the Australian Government released a 5-year study “Workplace Gender Equality Agency“. This study highlighted the Gender composition by industries. Construction 17% women, Manufacturing 26% women; Professional, […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: Cutting Edge Research for the World’s Oldest Problem

SVSR are excited to announce their collaboration with UNSW Sydney to examine a new and promising method for controlling odours in wastewater collection networks. In a series of world-first experiments led by the graphene team of UNSW’s School of Materials Science and Engineering, SVSR will be examining the potential for Graphene Oxide, the “superdessicant” material, […]

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Sustainability in Wastewater Treatment SVSR continue to forge ahead with their ground-breaking research on sustainability in wastewater systems. We were very grateful to the University of NSW recently to be invited to discuss our research with students and academics on Campus.  

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“Maker Games” Challenge 2018

SVSR are very excited to be a part of the University of NSW “Maker Games” Challenge for 2018. The idea is simple: A range of Engineering companies set real-world challenges to the students. The best and brightest young minds in NSW form teams to design a solution, with the winning team heading off to Silicon […]

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The Science of Sewers

Background Sewer  ventilation  pipes  were  designed  and  built  from  the  1940’s  to  1970’s  by Australian Councils and Water Agencies. They are typically 9-14m in height and are fabricated from reinforced concrete or mild steel. Their primary role is to reduce pressure surges in sewage collection systems, and they also play a vital role in ventilating odorous […]

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