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Getting your plant and equipment up and running smoothly

CNF specialises in commissioning new plants and equipment. Our highly trained and experienced engineers can provide the level of support you need as a high-level observer, a strategic advisor or preparing the commissioning documentation and managing the entire process with sub-contractors.

As your commissioning and operational support expert, we:

  • Provide the support you need to make your facility operate reliably.
  • Collect all test reports and results to create complete commissioning and hand-over documentation packages.
  • Provide training and early operational support to ensure a smooth transition from the construction and commissioning team to the operational team.
  • Create user and operator manuals or detailed instructions to help your team easily operate the facilities and equipment.

CNF specialises in commissioning new plants and equipment. Our highly trained and experienced engineers can provide the level of support you need as a high-level observer, a strategic advisor or preparing the commissioning documentation and managing the entire process with sub-contractors.

As your commissioning and operational support expert, we:

  • Provide the support you need to make your facility operate reliably.
  • Collect all test reports and results to create complete commissioning and hand-over documentation packages.
  • Provide training and early operational support to ensure a smooth transition from the construction and commissioning team to the operational team.
  • Create user and operator manuals or detailed instructions to help your team easily operate the facilities and equipment.

Industry Expertise

Treatment

CNF is an Australian leader in water and wastewater treatment plant design, construction, operations and maintenance. Whether you are building a new water or wastewater treatment plant or wanting to expand or update existing facilities, CNF can help.

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Recycling

We believe there is no such thing as ‘waste’ water. Our highly experienced team can create innovative designs and systems to help you catch, keep and reuse every precious drop of water.

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Supply Infrastructure & Distributed Networks

As leaders in the design of water and wastewater treatment plants, our highly experienced team creates water supply systems that are reliable, easy to run and maintain, and are cost and energy efficient.

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Distributing water throughout NSW’s Central Tablelands

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A holistic approach to managing water and waste

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Keeping Cowra’s water supply clean and crystal clear

The Cowra Water Treatment plant was initially built in the 1930s and is the sole source of water for the Cowra township in Central West NSW. The ageing plant was not able to meet modern water quality standards or keep up with the demands of a growing population.  CNF...

Securing Kyogle’s water supply for the future

Kyogle is a town in the Northern Rivers region of northern New South Wales and is known as the ‘gateway to many national parks’. It is located 758km north of Sydney on the Summerland Way close to the Queensland border. The Kyogle Council commenced an upgrade of the...

Wetting WA’s Wickham with recycled water

Wickham, a small historic town in Western Australia’s north-west, has experienced a population boom in recent years due to the construction of Rio Tinto’s Cape Lambert Port B.  As a result, the town needed a new Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP).  The plant draws...

Expanding the facilities at Rio Tinto’s Silvergrass and Nammuldi mines

Rio Tinto’s Silvergrass East iron ore mine in Western Australia’s West Pilbara region has been operating since 2017 and has added a further 10 million tonnes to the company’s production capacity. Rio Tinto commissioned new non-process facilities at the mine’s services...

Upgrading conveyor loading systems for faster grain processing

As part of its ‘2018 Throughput Enhancement Program’, Western Australia’s grain cooperative, CBH Group, upgraded 13 Conveyor Loading Systems at nine different CBH grain storage/distribution sites throughout the south-west. The upgrade aimed to reduce the time it takes...

Finding the leanest and greenest environmental initiatives for Unity Water

Unity Water, water and wastewater provider for the new town development of Aura on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, requested a detailed analysis for energy saving and carbon offset initiatives. Its aim was to better understand the costs and benefits. KBR, Unity Water’s...

Design to help SA Water achieve $0 net electricity costs

SA Water set out to achieve a net zero energy cost across all assets by 2020. As South Australia’s largest provider of water and sewerage services, SA Water serves 1.6 million people across the state. Its energy intensive operations previously consumed 220 GWh. To...