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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21 November 2022
- Tanilba Rd, Mallabula – Road Upgrade: Following last week’s K&G progress works have moved onto the next section of K&G prep adjoining Mallabula Rd. Dewatering equipment is currently being installed onsite.
- Raymond Terrace Depot: Works have progressed at the Raymond Terrace Depot with the concrete floor for the storage area poured, roof across the warehouse installed and in-slab conduits installed in preparation for the next slab pour for the warehouse next week. Palisade perimeter fencing continues to be installed.
- Six Mile Rd, Eagleton – Road Reconstruction: Importing of base course material commenced this week.
- Clarence Town Rd, Glen Oak Segment 230: Final trim of the first section has been completed this week ahead of the first primer seal this Saturday. The start of drainage extensions commenced in the next section. Some guardrail installation was also completed this week.
- Clarence Town Rd, Seaham – Road Upgrade: Installation of drainage lines continued this week. The team has also been completing onsite crushing of rock removed from the trenches to be reused as select fill under our new batters.
- Sturgeon St, Raymond Terrace – Drainage Upgrade: The construction of the new junction pit has progressed this week. The next part of the project is to connect the new twin pipeline to the existing detention basin and install large outflow box culverts before the final tidy up and surface rejuvenation can be completed.
- Brandon Park Change Amenities: Grant funding to encourage female participation in sport has allowed the installation of partitions in the shower rooms at Brandon Park, Seaham. The “Duracube” partitions were installed this week as part of a wider upgrade of facilities at the venue.
- Salamander Sports Complex: Top dressing to correct undulations in the playing surface was carried out this week at Salamander Sports Complex. Approximately 300 tonnes of soil material was spread using laser guided machinery to re-establish a level playing surface. Installation of additional sub soil drainage is being considered to assist in keeping the surface playable through periods of extended rain.