Bass Coast,
20
September
2018
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06:41
Australia/Melbourne

Getting on with road infrastructure works

 

A number of road infrastructure projects are underway across Bass Coast as part of Bass Coast Shire Council’s 2018/19 Capital Works program, to ensure that Council's network is sustainable and can continue to provide appropriate levels of service for road users well into the future.

The works, which are fully funded by Council, include asphalt sealing works, road pavement renewal and kerb and pit renewal.

Details of the works include:

- Road pavement renewal works along a 700 metre section of Kongwak Road between Glen Alvie Road and Candowie Reservoir road entrance in Kongwak, which will include road pavement renewal and road sealing works under the annual supply contract for stabilisation at a cost in the order of $160,000.

- Asphalt sealing works will be completed on Council’s road and carpark network at several locations in Wonthaggi, Cape Woolamai, Smiths Beach and Cape Paterson at a cost in the order of $64,000.

- Sections of kerb and pit renewal works are being rolled out on Council’s road network in key areas, including San Remo, Newhaven, Cape Woolamai, Ventnor, Cowes, Corinella and Inverloch. These works are to prepare the road for a new bitumen seal and will address loss of function in drainage infrastructure. These works will be completed at a cost in the order of $175,000.

Please visit Council’s website http://www.basscoast.vic.gov.au/projects for further information on current and completed capital works projects.