Overview

TRILITY offers the full suite of utility services associated with water, wastewater, reuse water, irrigation networks, disinfection services and bio solids infrastructure

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At the core of TRILITY’s business is a capability to deliver the full range of services for the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of water, wastewater reuse water, irrigation networks and bio-solid services and facilities. Our expertise flows from decades of experience, the best employees and processes in the water sector and low cost solutions that ensure clients’ needs are met. Our managers and field staff possess the qualifications and experience to ensure water infrastructure is managed in an optimally, where the safety of employees and contractors is paramount and community engagement is ongoing.

TRILITY manages numerous water infrastructure assets across Australia and New Zealand using best practice asset management systems and processes. We deliver asset management expertise to projects in the resource, industrial and municipal sectors. A history of success in the water industry means our integrated know-how and one company mindset can overcome the challenges of complexity and distance.

TRILITY provides Design and Construction (D&C) services through the development of projects in the municipal, resources and industrial sectors utilising proven project management systems and processes. Our competitive advantage lies in the engineering and procurement specialists we utilise in-house, as well as our relationships with local sub-contractors, consultants and international suppliers. Each enables us to provide a first class Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) management solution.

TRILITY’s expertise in financing water projects is built around its ability to access competitive financing options. We form best-for project teams well in advance of project start-up to deliver private finance solutions that meet the financial and business objectives of our clients.

Latest news

TRILITY ‘Managing Assets’ article features in the current Sustainability Matters Magazine – Asset Management Section/Feature. View the article here.

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