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T Ahoo, a tricolor, resumed work after a two-week hiatus on the Manauti Tararoha Highway, as shown on August 20.
After removing tools during the lockdown operation. The Manawati Valley resumed on the Alternative Highway..
Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency said construction work resumed on Wednesday, prompting a Level 3 alert.
Loni Dalzel, regional manager for Waka Kotahi Infrastructure Delivery, said it would be in line with government guidelines and approved health and safety plans.
Work on the 11.5-kilometer, 20 620 million Aho Tricolor Manavati Tararoha Highway began in early 2021 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2024.
* Work on the Taranaki State Highway resumed under Alert Level 3.
* Highway work begins during the winter construction season.
* The Moa Bones Roading Project is an important find for the Manawati Region.
“Groundwork, environmental, laboratory, landscape, infrastructure and ketchup teams will return to the site and work under strict health and safety protocols adopted by Waka Kotahi and in line with industry standards. [Construction Health and Safety New Zealand]”Dellzel said.
Work on other projects, and maintenance work, has resumed in the Manawati-Wanganui region after only a fortnight of essential maintenance, security, and safety and environmental protection activities.
“We are working with our contractors on 19 specific projects for each of our workplaces. Each of these projects will be in line with the new health order. [the] Strict industry standards …
“These plans include pre-planning work standards and guidelines. Staff health and safety documents. Maintain safe physical distance. Clean all plants, tools and vehicles, and track people quickly and accurately if they have any. Get in touch with the person who contracts Kwid 19.