Nelmac’s 24/7 services help people and communities keep their fresh water, wastewater, or stormwater functioning around the clock.

  • 24/7 response
  • Pipe breaks
  • Water leaks
  • Overflows and flooding repair and restoration
  • Treatment plant operation and maintenance
  • Metering and valving
  • Quality sampling and environmental compliance assessment
  • Installation and maintenance of back-flow prevention systems
  • Automation and control
  • Electrical services
  • Emergency response
  • Operating and maintaining assets within consent conditions
  • Liaising with other professionals
  • Manage and meet project budgets

How we add value to your project

Nelmac’s team have worked on water networks for local authorities for years, some for more than 25 years. The experience and knowledge earned over decades means we understand the intricacies of building and operating the network efficiently, all of which is transferrable to any large or small 3 Waters project. Managing a city’s water network requires a specialty in the public health implications.

We have a high level of expertise in the wastewater field as well. Our contracted services include managing the city’s reticulated wastewater system. Over the years we’ve come to know the intricacies of it to clear blockages, conduct proactive maintenance, and carry out die and smoke testing for breaks or leaks. We are able to do ‘no dig’ repairs, patching up pipes from the outside looking in without doing any digging. This allows trafficked areas to undergo fixes that don’t interrupt transport flows.

All of these services are especially vital during a civil defence emergency, for which our team is a first responder and critical partner. Whether it’s a heavy weather event or a declared flooding emergency, we can be relied upon for knowledge and action.

Team

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Danyon Hutt

Water service crew leader

As Crew Leader for the Nelmac’s Water Team, Danyon undertakes the activities required to improve and maintain Utilities networks within the Nelson/Tasman regions. Responsible for the supervision of 10 trained Water Service people, Danyon has been with Nelmac since 2012.

As part of Danyon's role he is required to manage resources, sub-contractors and staff to ensure jobs are completed on time and to standard.  In his role Danyon has developed effective working relationships with other Nelmac departments and has specific strengths in communication and client relationships  

Projects