70 days ago

Concrete Vehicle Crossing - Quotes Needed

Cecily from Pukekohe

Construction of a Concrete Vehicle Crossing
St Andrews Church, Pukekohe, is seeking quotations for the construction of a replacement vehicle crossing in Queen St near the roundabout with Wesley St.
The design has been completed and a permit obtained from Auckland Transport. The crossing is to be constructed to AT's current standard GD017A-1C. It is approximately 4m by 3.5m. Due to the location there are significant Traffic Control requirements.

If you are interested in providing a quotation please contact Richard for copies of the permit and engineer's drawings via e-mail at richard@gibbonsconsulting.co.nz

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