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If your receive a Notice of Requirements (NOR) that outlines any need for watermain works you will require an accredited Sydney Water constructor to conduct the works. Watertight is accredited W 1 classified constructor, this allows us to conduct works on watermains up to DN375 inclusive of:

  • Watermain Extensions
  • Watermain Replacements
  • Water Connections
  • Watermain removals
  • Main to Meter Connections
  • Encasements, and
  • Protections

Watertight has earnt its reputations as a specialist in civil maintenance and water infrastructure projects. This is due to our continued delivery of high quality outcomes to a reoccurring client base, on time and on budget.

Our beliefs QualityAgilityInnovation and Transparency are represented in all work we do.

Our attention to detail in our civil projects and passion for getting it right the first time differentiates us in a competitive environment. With our focus in innovation we also offer a diverse range of construction methods such as:

  • Horizontal Drilling (micro tunnelling)
  • Pipe Bursting
  • Slip Lining

We have a highly skilled trained labour and management force that have decades of experience in Sydney Water works. All our machinery and equipment are testing, fitted to the calibrated (if applicable) to Sydney Water’s standards. Our plant and vehicles are all rated for Tier One induction level equipment including squawkers, flashing lights, reversing cameras, wheel nut indicators and more to allow us to be ready to work on any site required.

Building developments in Sydney are required to adhere to Section 73 major works regulations. If you received a Notice of Requirements (NOR) from the Local Council outlining the need for Sydney water connections, you will require a Section 73 compliance certificate. To obtain your Section 73 compliance certificate, you must enlist an accredited Sydney water constructor to conduct the works.

Watertight is an accredited W 1 classified constructor. We can conduct works on water mains up to DN375, including:

  • Encasements
  • Main to meter connections
  • Protections
  • Water connections
  • Watermain extensions
  • Watermain replacements
  • Watermain removals

We serve commercial, developer and government entities for all their Section 73 major works compliance needs. We have earned a reputation for delivering high-quality outcomes to a recurring client base, on time and on budget.

What is a Section 73 compliance certificate?

A Section 73 compliance certificate confirms a developer has satisfied requirements for Sydney water connections to adequately service new construction with water, wastewater, and stormwater services. Any time you plan to subdivide or develop land, a Section 73 compliance certificate may be required.

Our accredited Sydney water constructors will take the necessary steps to protect your existing assets during the process. This can include encasing pipes in concrete and the relocation of sewer pipes. Before you receive a Section 73 compliance certificate, you may need to install extra connections or pipes and pay developer fees. Our water services constructors will make a full listing of everything you must do in a Notice of Requirements letter. This letter is mandatory when applying for an occupancy certificate for the property with your Local Council.

Applying for Section 73 major works certification

As a W 1 classified constructor, Watertight can help developers and business owners obtain compliance under Section 73 major works. Our highly skilled labour and management force have decades of experience in Sydney Water works. We are an accredited Sydney water provider who can manage your Section 73 Compliance certification on your behalf. There are four main steps involved in obtaining your certificate.

1. Contacting a water servicing coordinator

During this phase of the application process, you will need to consult with a WSC who can act on your behalf for Section 73 and deliver WSC services. Watertight is a licensed Water Servicing Coordinator on the Sydney Water registered list of providers.

2. Application submission to Sydney Water

When you are ready to file your application to Sydney Water, you must provide:

  • a survey plan of the site
  • a plan of subdivision (if applicable)
  • occupancy information
  • Local Council development consent conditions

We can act on your behalf to manage this documentation and ensure its timely submission.

3. Construction management

Once you receive confirmation from Sydney Water, our water services constructors will ensure all stipulations in the Sydney Water Notice of Requirements are met. Once this phase is complete, a final submission is made to Sydney Water.

4. Certificate and approvals

Once Sydney Water confirms, we can issue a Section 73 Compliance Certificate for your project. At this point, all work can commence.

Contact us today to schedule your no-obligation consultation for Section 73 major works and Sydney water connections.

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Andrew W, Property Manager

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