Synertec Corp awarded 2-year contract with Melbourne Water
year contract with Melbourne Water
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  • Synertec Corporation has been awarded a two-year contract extension with Melbourne Water
  • Synertec has also received admission to a three-team SCADA services engineering panel at Central Highlands Water in regional Victoria

Synertec Corporation has been awarded a two-year contract extension with Melbourne Water.

The company has received admission to a three-team SCADA services engineering panel at Central Highlands Water in regional Victoria.

“We are delighted to continue our longstanding commercial relationship with Melbourne Water and to be announcing the beginning of a new relationship with Central Highlands Water,” Managing Director Michael Carroll, said.

Synertec was first awarded the contract wth Melbourne Water in 2007. The company was selected to provide 24/7 support for the Siemens PCS 7 at Melbourne Water’s Eastern Treatment Plant.

The company’s responsibilities are varied and complex. Synertec has and continues to be involved in the process control development and maintenance and risk management.

The renewal of this contract further cements Synertec’s competitive position. Its engineers have been given longstanding experience with such a critical facility – putting the company in a valuable position.

Further, the company being recently admitted to the SCADA services engineering panel at Central Highlands Water, acknowledges Synertech’s deep industry expertise.

Central Highlands Water is a regional water corporation providing high quality drinking water, sewerage, trade waste and recycled water services. It manages over A$1.1 billion in assets, including 13 wastewater treatment plants.

The engineering panel completes various high priority engineering designs. Specific ongoing work will be announced as decided.

“These awards substantiate Synertec’s strategy of targeting industry segments with high levels of regulation and high barriers to entry,” Michael said.

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