scoop.co.nz 12 Mar, 2021 02:00 am

Budge Street Night Works Designed To Shorten Disruption

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March 12, 2021 PressRelease Press Release – Marlborough District Council Works over night as part of the northwest Blenheim Sewer Upgrade will likely shave ten days off the project and are intended to reduce the impact on local businesses.Scheduled to start this Sunday 14 March, the night works will begin at the Budge … Works over night as part of the northwest Blenheim Sewer Upgrade will likely shave ten days off the project and are intended to reduce the impact on local businesses.Scheduled to start this Sunday 14 March, the night works will begin at the Budge Street/Herbert Street intersection and continue across SH1.“If we don’t do the works at night, this section will take us a lot longer – up to two and a half weeks, versus one week – and this will cause a lot more disruption,” said Schick Civil Construction Contracts Manager Breneke Steyl.

They will finish next to the Z Service Station on Budge Street, just before the rail tracks.“There is also a high volume of traffic around the commercial properties in Budge Street which makes it challenging to do these works during normal working hours.

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