|Client:||Major Pipeline Operator|
|Status:||Completed March, 2011|
|Sector:||Energy and resources|
Following the 2011 floods, the Toowoomba Range experienced landslips requiring an extensive clean-up process. As a result of the floods, a 20m section of high pressure gas pipeline was exposed. To ensure the gas supply to south-east Queensland was not compromised, the FKG Group was engaged to undertake emergency repair works, deploying staff within hours. The team successfully collaborated with the client to determine, solutions and priorities by identifying potential issues well in advance.
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