Camex have been specialising in council and commercial drainage since 2008. We have steadily built up our specialised capacity in 3-Waters infrastructure with a highly competent project management team with an average experience of 23 years in water and drainage projects. Camex are highly regarded as a provider of our services to councils, construction companies and other civil contractors alike.
We specialise at laying all types of pipe including concrete, PVC, Clay, MDPE, HDPE, fibreglass and concrete lined steel. Our specialist team can install using either trenchless methods using directional drilling and open cut trenched methods at depths in excess of 6 metres depth. We are experienced in managing the environmental requirements for deep-cut trenching operations and controlling high water tables by means of de-watering. We have our own Lamella Clarifier units for silt control of the dewatering process.
Camex install a complete range of pump stations to client specific requirements. From small residential allotments to large urban bulk watermains, sewer and stormwater networks, Camex Civil can provide a expert three-waters installation.
Stormwater installation (as Sub-Contractor to Fulton Hogan) on the Cobham Dr/Wairere Dr Interchange , Including deep excavations and 50+ manholes up to DN 2550 and 3km of stormwater pipes up to DN 900.
Stormwater upgrades in Stewart Street and Queen Street included replacement of existing stormwater pipelines, catch pits and manholes and installation of 60 metres of pipe; sump leads, manholes, catch pits and concrete sumps.
Involved three waters deep drain laying through built up residential street and public reserve. Existing services alignments were significantly different to plans and resulted in a collaborative approach to design.
This project required the Installation of all services across a bridge crossing to the Rangitahi Peninsula. This included 8 x DN 150 ducts and a DN 450 PE water pipeline. This project required working at heights, working around other services and working with the harbour tidal flows.
Involved pump station construction and commissioning, deep trenching and drain laying, water reticulation and wastewater rising mains. Drainage involved de-watering for trenching up to 4m below the ground water levels.
installation (as Sub-Contractor to Fulton Hogan) on the Kahikatea Drive extension project. Included deep excavations and manholes and stormwater pipes up to DIN 1050. All work was at night and reinstated for each morning.
Involved excavating and removing an existing 306m x 300mm stormwater line and replacing it with a new 375mm stormwater line, along with replacing all manholes, catchpit leads and catchpits. Extensive stakeholder engagement.
OWTS onsite pump stations for the Tauwhare community, involving 3km of rising main, installation of Eone Sewer pump stations and connection into existing private drainage at 43 sites, including tank, pump and electrical.