24 June 2014
McConnell Dowell, as part of the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT), is beginning works on Tuam Street between Madras and High streets.
The work is expected to begin as early as Monday July 14 and will take about six weeks. Tuam Street (between High and Madras streets) will be reduced to one way traffic flowing east. At the same time, Madras Street will return to one lane flowing north until the works are complete.
18 June 2014
Unfortunately, the installation of the pipe in St Asaph Street has taken longer than planned and this has delayed some of the programme for road works in the area.
Thursday 19 June: Southwark Street from the middle section to Manchester Street , this will include traffic management on Southwark St and Manchester St . Please note there may be no entry into Southwark Street from Madras Street.
Allen Street from the middle section to Manchester Street, this will include traffic management on Allen Street and Manchester Street.
Friday 20 June: Allen Street from the middle section to Manchester Street continuing, this will include traffic management on Allen Street and Manchester St. Dundas Street from the middle section to Manchester Street, this will include traffic management on Dundas Street and Manchester Street. Please note there will be no entry into Dundas Street from Manchester Street.
Please watch for the traffic management that will be set up for these pieces of work. This will include road cones to make a safe working area for the crews and to direct traffic safely.
28 May 2014
SCIRT are continuing their work repairing damaged wastewater systems on the streets east of Colombo Street for the next four months. Pipe lining repairs to the main in the road are nearly complete and the team will now move into in stages two and three of the programme.
SCIRT will be returning to Welles St, St Asaph St, Southwark St, Manchester St, Madras St, Allen St and Dundas St in the next two stages of the repair.
There will be temporary traffic management while the repair works take place. When the construction crew has completed works in a street they will move to the next street, complete the repair and continue the process until all streets are complete.
For more information see the works notice (PDF: 1 MB).
9 May 2014
Due to Madras Street high water levels, a de-watering pump is needed to
reduce these levels.
The de-watering pump will move in a northerly direction up Madras Street during the duration of the works. This will delay our planned works for about one to two weeks.
The de-watering pump will be in use 24 hours a day and will produce a low humming noise.
If you have questions please call 0508 718 719 or email Christchurch.email@example.com
24 April 2014:
SCIRT will continue their work on repairing the earthquake damaged wastewater main to support construction of the Anchor Projects and vertical rebuild on Madras, High and St Asaph streets, Central Business District, Central City as early as Monday 28 April to mid-July 2014
During Stage one we will work at the intersection of Madras, High and St Asaph streets. Madras Street will be reduced to one lane flowing north and St Asaph Street will be reduced to one lane flowing west. This work will take approximately two weeks. We will then move along High Street, working within the road closure. This work will take approximately two weeks.
During Stage two Madras Street will be reduced to one lane flowing north. This work will take approximately four weeks.
During Stage three Tuam Street will be reduced to one lane flowing east. This work will take approximately three weeks.
Pedestrian access will be maintained on at least one side of the road at all times.
Our standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am to 6pm.
There will be increased noise, dust and vibration levels associated with this work.
Call McConnell Dowell on freephone 0508 718 719 between 8:30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday, or email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Emergency calls will be diverted outside these hours.
19 March 2014:
Pipelining work is starting today (Wednesday 19 March). See the works notice - Manchester Street south and surrounding streets, Central City, wastewater repair. (PDF: 0.8MB)
Southward will be one way today from Manchester Street to Madras Street. There will be no on street parking from 19 Southwark Street east and you will not be able to turn into Southwark Street from Madras Street.
Madras Street will be two lanes, however between Allen Street and Southwark Street there will be no on street parking. There will still be access to the CPIT car parks.
On Thursday 20 March - work will continue on Madras Street while two lanes of traffic will be maintained there will be no on street parking between the food court and Allen Street.
Work will also be done in Allen Street. Allen Street will remain two way but with no on street parking around the work site. The traffic management in Southwark Street and Allen Street will only be for one day.
14 March 2014:
During March and April 2014 SCIRT will be repairing the damaged wastewater pipe on Dundas Street (from 17 March) and Fitzgerald Avenue (this will start once the work at Dundas Street work is completed).
Pipelining work is starting in Madras Street and will progress to Manchester Street and adjacent streets.
See the works notice - Central City - East of Colombo Street, repair of damaged wastewater system (PDF:1MB).
28 February 2014:
We’d like to let our staff and students know about the upcoming road works on Madras Street and Barbadoes Street (between St Asaph Street and Moorhouse Avenue) beginning 3 March.
Street parking will be limited during the works and traffic lanes may be reduced, narrowed or closed.
The work on Barbadoes Street will affect traffic flow from Monday 3 March. There will be no street parking available on Barbadoes Street.
On Tuesday 4 March and Friday 7 March work will be completed in Coventry Street. This will affect the street parking directly opposite Williams Street – there will still be access to the car park on Coventry Street.
The work on Madras Street begins on Monday 3 March (stage 1) opposite the food court. This will reduce car parks on the sides of the road around the site for approximately two weeks. Access to the CPIT car park will have signage to make the entrance clear. Speed will be reduced to 30km/h.
Stage 2 work will begin from Monday 17 March and car parking will not be available for another four weeks.
See Works Notice – Madras Street, Central City (PDF: 1MB)