Shovel ready essential services make headway during COVID-19

In light of COVID-19, stimulus plans are being rolled out to sustain businesses across the nation. The construction sector is a key focus, placing ‘shovel ready’ projects in the limelight to help revive our slowing economy. With its crews on the frontline, specialist in water infrastructure, Interflow, has been spearing ahead with ‘shovel ready’ essential services for their customers and communities.

Providing end-to-end solutions for water networks across Australia and New Zealand, Interflow is a self-performing contractor, employing over 600 people to plan, design, construct and maintain pipeline infrastructure across the 4 Waters.

Ready to mobilise

COVID-19 has compelled essential service providers like Interflow to develop swift and innovative ways of meeting the nation’s water infrastructure needs. The Company’s crews are constantly on the frontline, building magnificent feats of engineering. As such, the ability to rapidly respond to urgent infrastructure needs is now more important than ever.

Interflow’s Business Development Manager – Western Australia, Steven Paradiss, emphasises how ‘shovel ready’ projects can boost the economy.

“Our team’s ability to ‘hit the ground running’ will enable us to build and renew essential water infrastructure as Australian communities begin to slowly reopen,” Steven explained.

Harnessing innovation during COVID-19

As an essential service provider, Interflow has adapted quickly to evolving restrictions and “the new norm”. When looking at this flexibility through a ‘smart spending’ lens, the Company consistently develops end-to-end solutions that breathe life into customers’ water infrastructure networks for generations to come.

“We take a holistic approach to when solving our customers’ problems.” Steven said.

“If customers have an emergency, we’re here. If they need a bespoke solution, we can design it, and if they need a long-term plan that will get the most value out of their stimulus plans, we’ll help them.”

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