Works update 19 July 2021

Construction on pause - Updated Covid 19 Public Health Order

Over the weekend there was a further tightening of NSW Health restrictions in response to continued high numbers of community transmission of the Covid-19 Delta variant. In compliance with the updated Public Health Order, only repair and critical maintenance of our services will continue, to ensure safe environments for our community and crews.

What this means for Wongawilli

With construction on pause at Wongawilli Road, staff will carry out some minor works to secure the site and install pedestrian access to properties over the next couple of days. Where possible vehicle access will be temporarily reinstated to properties. We'll continue to monitor the site and carry out any necessary work to ensure the site is safe and accessible while the shut down is in place.

Major milestone - new storm water management now live

Last week Cadifern completed the final connection of the main trunk drainage which means all storm water captured will now be diverted to the outlet at Wongawilli Ponds. Once work sites reopen, Cadifern will recommence works at the culverts and at drainage road crossings.

Update on kerb and gutter and driveways

Last week we poured about 150 metres of kerb and gutter between Smiths Lane and Shone Avenue on the northern side of Wongawilli Road then started on vehicle entries/driveways. Once construction opens up again our works crews will focus on the remainder of kerb and gutter, vehicle entries/driveways and storm-water pits on the southern side of Wongawilli Road. We'll work with residents at that time to manage parking and access.

Update on Bankbook Drive

Works have been completed at the intersection of Bankbook Drive and Wongawilli Road. This is now ready for the final asphalt seal, scheduled for August.

Stay safe everyone!

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