Maitai Pipeline Upgrade (WTP - Brook Street)
|Contractor:||Fulton Hogan Ltd|
|Project Manager:||Nelson City Council|
Read the final project update for 2016 (425KB PDF) here. Merry Christmas!
Read the special project report (372KB PDF) - outlining the extension to the road closure period.
Read the October project report here (348KB PDF). Thanks for you continued patience while the road closure remains in place.
ROAD CLOSURE DELAYED ONE WEEK - NOW STARTS 17 OCTOBER
Work along Brook Street has now started with minor work being done to re-align existing water and sewer infrastructure. This work is being done using a shoulder closed traffic management plan to reduce disruption. The closure of Brook Street originally planned for 10 October will now begin on 17 October (one week later). The aim is to reduce overall disruption to traffic along Brook Street by allowing various preliminary works to be completed before closing Brook Street itself.
Read the September project report here (353KB PDF), including details of the major road closure starting in mid October.
You can read the May update on this project here (397KB PDF).
Fulton Hogan has been appointed as the delivery contractor. As of 22 February pipe materials have been ordered and are expected to arrive in late April 2016, ready for construction to start in mid May. Construction is programmed to start from the Dun Mountain Trail towards the Water Treatment Plant before returning to complete work along Brook Street before Christmas 2016. All physical work is scheduled to be completed by late February 2017 followed by a four to six month commissioning period.
Tenders closed 5 November 2015 and are now going through the approval process. Resource Consent has been approved and construction is programmed to commence February 2016. Work expected to take around 7 months.
A safe and reliable water supply is essential to the well being and sustainability of our community. A long-term project to improve water pipeline security from the dam to the city is being undertaken over many years, the most recent stage being the duplication of the section of pipeline from the dam to the treatment plant, completed in 2014, which now provides a more secure supply line to the treatment plant.
The next stage of future proofing our water supply is to build a duplicate supply line from the treatment plant to Brook Street. This section of pipeline was damaged in the 2008 wind storm and is now a high priority project. This work was originally programmed for 2020/21 but has been brought forward as a result of the Christchurch earthquakes. After assessment of options for proposed route, the detailed design work took place in 2014/15. Construction is scheduled to in mid May 2016.