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The Waimakariri District Council is one of the largest employers in the Waimakariri District and has become an employer of choice.
As part of
the upgrade to the intersection of Southbrook Road, South Belt and Percival
Street, contractors will be installing a water main across Southbrook Road on
Sunday night. Southbrook Road will be reduced to one lane and stop/go traffic
management will be in place.
disruption to motorists, the work is being carried out at night with traffic
management being in place from 3pm on Sunday until 6am on Monday morning.
Roading Manager Ken Stevenson says “This water main work is the last of the
‘underground’ work which has been a major component of the project. Working
around underground services has certainly had its challenges and the weather
has created significant delays. We’re slightly behind our anticipated
completion timeframe but we’ve not done too badly. We’re getting close to finishing
work has been completed and the last of the stormwater work should be finished
by tomorrow morning.
work includes new kerb and channel and footpaths on South Belt from Kings
Mowers to Matawai Park which will take around four weeks. “Once this work is
done, preparation of the road surface will be carried out ready for road
sealing. This is likely to be late July providing the weather doesn’t throw any
curve balls our way” says Ken.
The last of
the signal ducting for the traffic lights will do down on Sunday night and the
last of the pole bases will go in a few weeks later.
intersection will be completed and fully open to traffic and pedestrians in
late July (weather permitting).
Name: Kieran Straw
Phone: 0800 965 468