MPC Kinetic has been the clear industry leader in the delivery of Australia’s bulk water transport network and has successfully constructed 1,500km+ of steel water pipeline for clients across regional Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia.
Resource developers, State and Local Governments have continued to engage MPC Kinetic to construct their pipeline projects, because they know they can count on our experienced pipeline workforce and management team to overcome challenges and deliver their project on time and to budget.
Whether it’s cross-country transport of raw water and treated coal seam gas water, or slurry, desalination and concentrate lines for mining, MPC Kinetic’s 1500+ workforce of field-proven pipeliners are always well-positioned to deliver anywhere in Australia.
The company’s pipeline delivery team has earned a solid industry reputation for its can do culture, particularly when constructing large-scale pipeline projects within short timeframes to address drought conditions, or in challenging desert and remote locations.
The company has been responsible for delivery of some of the longest and largest water pipeline projects in the country – all of which were delivered safely and either ahead or on schedule.
Project Name: Woleebee Creek to Glebe Weir
Project Value: $200+ million
Location: Wandoan, Queensland
Pipe Length: 120km water pipeline
Timeframe: Mar 2013 - Aug 2014
Project Name: Wentworth to Broken Hill Pipeline
Project Value: $467 million
Location: Wentworth to Broken Hill, NSW
Pipe Length: 270km water pipeline
Timeframe: Jan 2018 - Dec 2018
Project Name: Cardinia Connect Alliance Project
Client: Melbourne Water
Project Value: $48.5 million
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Pipe Length: 2.3km water pipeline
Timeframe: Jan 2010 - Oct 2010
Project Name: Sugarloaf Pipeline Project
Client: Sugarloaf Pipeline Alliance
Project Value: $50 million
Location: Yea to Yarra Glen, Victoria
Pipe Length: 44km water pipeline
Timeframe: Oct 2008 - Dec 2009