Company Profile

Downer PipeTech has offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, to provide innovative pipeline rehabilitation solutions to the Water and Wastewater Industry, Local Government and Industrial markets.

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Our Vision & Values

Our aim is to be the contractor and employer of choice for providing infrastructure maintenance and rehabilitation services throughout Australia.

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Our Management Team

Our Leadership team has over 100 years of combined senior management experience and technical expertise in the trenchless technology industry. Our engineers, designers and field teams have an extensive track record of successful projects.

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Our Approach

We pride ourselves on delivering specialist and tailored solutions based on your project needs. Through our extensive experience and understanding of current technologies, the outcomes we deliver will represent long-term solutions working within your budget.

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Our Clients

Covering all areas of State and Local Government and industry, our client base covers many large utility organisations. Many of these are long term clients who have experienced the results of working together with ITS, making life easier in delivering their services to their customers.

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Our Accreditations

ITS actively maintains a range of industry, quality, safety, environmental and community qualifications and certifications to ensure we are always operating responsibly.

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Our Community

ITS believe in fostering a positive culture that involves both our business objectives and our community by supporting a variety of worthwhile organisations such as Water Aid and the Westmead’s Children’s Hospital. We believe that being a responsible citizen is an important element of our corporate culture and moral compass. ITS enjoys working with like-minded organisations.

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