Shed 7 Unchaining Area Update
As a further update on the unchaining infrastructure project, we will be commencing Stage 1 of the Shed 7 planned works this week.
Shed 7 Stage 1 Planned Works
Starting tomorrow, we will begin marking out the Shed 7 area as per the image below. The concrete jersey barriers and fencing are due for delivery on Wednesday and Thursday, and will be set in place accordingly.
The current plan is to complete this portion of the new unchaining bay by the end of the week and activate for logging trucks on Monday next week (27 September) with a new Traffic Management Plan. It is our intention that C3 trucks only will utilise this new unchaining area for Stage 1.
Please note, these works are weather dependent and may be delayed if necessary.
Shed 7 Stage 2 Planned Works
We will be unable to fully complete the new central unchaining bay at the Shed 7 area, due to resurfacing work at 1 Wharf affecting the new bark clearing area. Once complete, the current main road also needs to be moved and repainted to enable the addition of another single unchain lane into the Shed 7 area. We expect the Stage 2 works to commence during a weekend in October and will advise further details closer to the time.
4 Wharf Unchaining Area Completion
Last week we completed the new unchaining area for P Area on 4 Wharf, with new concrete jersey barriers and fencing (as pictured below). We would like to thank everyone involved for their assistance and patience with the installation process.
We have received a lot positive feedback to date on the new 4 Wharf area and look forward to completing the new 7 Shed area next.
Again please keep an eye out for further updates on this project, including the potential impact on operations and the health and safety measures we will be putting into place to manage the changes effectively.
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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