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Projects and works

Find out about projects and works that are happening near you and right across Port Stephens. View the latest updates.

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Latest Updates

28 January 2022

  • Clarence Town Road upgrades: Seaham Seg 130 - With pavement works completed, the first spray seal was complete on Thursday. Guardrail installation is scheduled for next week.
  • Gan Gan Road High Pedestrian Activity Area & Campbell Ave Intersection: Landscaping was nearing completion with new turf going down. Works to continue next week to complete the disability access parking and the bus stop upgrade.
  • Foreshore Drive Bridge Construction, Salamander Bay: Strip footings for the guard railing and minor defects have been completed. Guardrail installation is scheduled for next week. In the meantime the road has been opened up to two-way traffic flow.
  • James Road, Medowie: Pavement construction commenced this week as scheduled with all profiling completed and importing gravel for the new road pavement is well underway.
  • South Street, Medowie – Shared Pathway: With all the shared pathway now poured, we just have minor outstanding items to complete including landscaping behind the path.
  • Stuart Park amenities: Brickwork continues to be laid on the main building with bricks to be laid on the Kiosk building next.  Electrical and plumbing rough-in nearing completion as they progress with the laying of brickwork.  Additional structural steel bracing has been installed on the Kiosk.
  • Kula Road, Medowie – Road Rehabilitation: The majority of stormwater culverts are now completed. The last culvert unit is awaiting Telstra conduit relocation before it can be installed.Excavation of the existing pavement commenced as scheduled this week to expose the subgrade ready for the first stabilisation treatment planned for next week.
  • Warren Street, Seaham – Segment 130 Road Rehabilitation: This project got back underway this week with asphalt corrections, asphalt wearing course and asphalt footpath all being laid in the past couple of days. Line marking is scheduled for the coming days.
  • Mallabula Sports Complex: Works are continuing on the Mallabula Recreation Hub after the Christmas break. The facility was opened to the community prior to the holidays with some ancillary works left to complete. This week saw the installation of the pedestrian crossing treatment and the demolition of the old skate park. Left to complete are the tree planting, old playground demolition and the installation of the final section of shared path.