4 Wharf Unchaining Area Update
As communicated last week, we are implementing a number of permanent changes to the unchaining processes at Napier Port as part of our commitment to keep everyone safe while working on port.
We are pleased to let you know that we will be taking delivery of the first 24 concrete jersey barriers this week. This is a little earlier than expected but good news in terms of making progress with the new infrastructure for the Wharf 4 Log Yard unchaining area.
4 Wharf – What Changes To Expect This Week
From tomorrow, we will start unloading the concrete jersey barriers directly to 4 Wharf and position them as per the blue lines in layout plan below. This area is already a designated unchaining area so the change will be an additional lane and the introduction of barriers and fencing.
With this area having a high volume of traffic, we will decide the best place to unload the barriers on each separate visit (the red area below has been set aside as an unloading area). We expect to receive 6 or 7 loads in total and will aim to complete the whole 4 Wharf area by end of the day.
Please note there will be a Traffic Management Plan and additional health and safety precautions in place during this work, so please take extra care to follow the correct procedures and be mindful that there may be slight delays.
Please be sure to pass this information onto your colleagues and teams where neccessary.
Thank You and Further Information
Thank you in advance for your patience and support as we work to implement these changes and continue the important work of making the port safer for everyone. We will keep you updated on this progress going forward.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me on email email@example.com or phone 06 833 4404.
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