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Steven Fox, Garry Fyfe

This paper describes some key details of the construction of the Lake Eppalock Main Embankment Remedial Works Project. This $8.25 million earthworks project was completed on a “live” storage to an accelerated program. As the dam owner Goulburn-Murray Water took the decision to directly manage the construction of these works with resultant benefits in timing, risk management and project management costs.

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    2000  Papers

    2000 – It’s More Fun When You Do It Yourself – Constructing the Lake Eppalock Main Embankment Remedial Works Project

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – POSITIVE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT SAVES TIME AND COSTS AT YARRAWONGA WEIR

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    2003 – Positive Community Involvement Saves Time and Costs At Yarrawonga Weir

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    2005  Papers

    2005 – The Eildon Dam Improvement Project – Another Alliancing Success Story

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    2019 – Hydrophilic Waterstops in Dam Engineering

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    2007  Papers

    2007 – Calculating spillway crest pressures for high-head operation

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    2012  Papers

    2012 – 15 Years of Experience with a Dam Improvement Program

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    2011  Papers

    2011 – Western Australian Dam Safety Challenges for ANCOLD Part 2

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