We work collaboratively with the water industry to support safe and reliable delivery of water to Australian and New Zealand communities. Our sophisticated approach uses local knowledge and experience in funding, designing, building, operating and maintaining water and wastewater assets to deliver an integrated end-to-end service that understands the challenges of the asset owner.
As part of the one of the world’s largest services and infrastructure companies, Ferrovial, we are excited to offer local clients the value of our partnerships with our peer companies such as Cadagua, a European company that has designed, built and operated more than 235 water and wastewater treatment plants and a formal research and development department, and United Kingdom based company, Amey, which provides us innovation from sophisticated contracting models and access to more than 300 data scientists through their Centre of Excellence for Asset Management.
Locally, we have decades of experience in understanding municipal and industrial, water and wastewater clients and their customers, with our first success the construction of Queensland’s North Pine Dam in 1976. Today, Broadspectrum’s relational model of service delivery has resulted in long-term maintenance contracts with several state water bodies and enabled us to leverage from our global network to demonstrate value through delivery of operation services, sustaining capital projects and large-scale modernisation projects.
Clients demand more than technical competency and we are committed to working with them to design the water industry of the future. For us that means leading a multi-skilled workforce with access to our own Registered Training Organisation for continual upskilling; smart asset management with data analytics to drive cost and productivity efficiency; sophisticated contracting models; and government and community relations that translate to a low-risk partner who are accepted by, and proud to be part of, local communities.
Across our whole portfolio of services to essential networks such as power, telecommunications, water and transport, we improve the living standards of over 70 million citizens in 180 large cities globally.
- Design and construct water, wastewater and recycling infrastructure
- Plant and process upgrades
- Programs of capital works
- Optimising energy consumption and chemical usage
- Cost efficient resource use
- Program and project management
- Community and stakeholder management
- Landholder negotiation
- Implementing accredited safety, environmental and quality systems
- Environmental management systems