Port of Melbourne Extends Yarraville Berth Construction Works (Australia)

Construction works, including the construction of a rock revetment and retaining wall, at 5 Yarraville berth have been extended and are now scheduled for completion on or around 31 August 2013.

Barge 74 (24 m x 9 m) will be positioned onsite for the duration of the works and be marked by flashing lights at night. Additional plant will include a 5 m punt and 34 T Excavator.

All operations will be conducted during day time hours.

All related -works will remain outside the toe line of Maribyrnong River.

All plant will be temporarily relocated during periods of vessel movements to and from No.l Maribyrnong.

Press Release, July 9, 2013

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