Ground investigation and survey works, various locations, Euroa July 2024

Specialist contractors will be undertaking site survey and investigation works at various locations in and around the Euroa Station Precinct and along adjoining roads including Anderson, Birkett, Brock, Campbell, De Boos, Elliot, Frost, Handbury, Hinton, Nelson, Railway, Rowe and Scott streets.

Snapshot

Date

July 2024 - July 2024

Working hours
  • 7am-6pm Monday to Friday
  • 7am-1pm Saturdays
Location

Euroa Station Precinct and Adjoining Streets

Town
  • Euroa
Local Government Area
  • Strathbogie Shire Council

Work being done

  • Undertaking a survey of the road and pavement levels at multiple locations using handheld equipment.
  • Surveys will also be required at a small number of private properties. Impacted property owners will be contacted regarding access prior to these works commencing
  • Locating and mapping underground services using non-destructive digging (NDD)
  • Borehole drilling using a small truck mounted drill rig to take soil samples for testing and assessment. Once the works are complete at each location the hole will be filled.
  • During this time pedestrians and motorists are asked to take care and observe all traffic management instructions and signage.

Location of works

  • Low impact survey and service location works will take place in and around the Euroa Station Precinct, along adjoining roads and within the nearby rail corridor.
  • Geotech test pits, non-destructive digging (NDD) and borehole drilling works will take place at locations marked in the below map. Locations may change or additional sites may be required at times.

 

Map of works area, as described in the text

What can I expect?

  • Works 7am-6pm Monday to Friday and 7am-1pm Saturdays
  • Traffic management may be required in some locations where works are occurring close to roads
  • Reduced speed limits of 40km/h near works
  • Workers using machinery, equipment, hand tools and service vehicles operating onsite
  • The drilling process will create small holes in the ground which will be filled in at the completion of the works
  • Nearby residents can expect some noise during daylight hours and some additional construction vehicles in the area.

Cancellation of works

Works can sometimes be cancelled at short notice depending on weather and other factors. Should this occur, works will be rescheduled.

Machinery used

Small truck mounted drill rig, non-destructive digging vehicle, support vehicles, workers using hand tools and survey equipment, traffic management equipment and signage.

How we're managing impacts

  • Traffic management and reduced road speeds in the vicinity of the works for safety
  • Environmental controls in place
  • Access to private properties will not be impacted

Contact

Phone: 1800 732 761

Email: inlandrailvic@inlandrail.com.au

Post: 39 Bakehouse Road, Kensington, Vic 3031

 

Thank you for your patience and cooperation while we carry out these works.


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