Tag Archives: Infrastructure rebuild

Protecting Canterbury’s “lifeline” infrastructure from the worst

EQC have released a report The Value of Lifeline Seismic Risk Mitigation in Christchurch. It is available in two versions: a Summary Report and a Full Report. They can be downloaded from here. Commissioned by EQC, the report identifies significant … Continue reading

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Major road works on Woodham Road

Major infrastructure work (sewer renewal) along Woodham Road will begin on Monday morning (14th) and is expected to finish within 4 months. The map below shows the extent of the work that will be done. The first phase starts at Tancred … Continue reading

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Central Library update

The following is from the Central Library’s website (here). The last sentence of the last paragraph makes particularly interesting reading. Central Library on Gloucester Street remains closed 24 August 2011 Christchurch City Council has received a detailed engineering evaluation of … Continue reading

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Stone columns to protect Fitzgerald Avenue by the river

Fitzgerald Avenue, just north of the bridge over the Avon, is being strengthened and protected by the use of 600mm wide stone columns inserted into the northbound lane. The Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild website has a brief description of what … Continue reading

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CERA – Having a say on the Recovery Stratgey

Everyone has until 5.00pm today to make their submission to CERA, on what CERA considers to be the key points for recovery: What is your vision for the recovery of greater Christchurch? What are the priorities for recovery in the … Continue reading

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