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Intake investigation work ends

Monday 6 November 2017 | Published in Local

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Intake investigation work ends
The results from the land investigations conducted by Coff ey principal geotechnical engineer Peter Marchant (far right) and Coff ey engineering geologist Matt Illingworth for McConnell Dowell will provide a picture of the sub-soil conditions and nature of the ground where structures will be constructed at each water intake site as part of the Te Mato Vai Stage 2 project. 17110312

Land investigation work at the 10 Rarotonga water intake sites marked for upgrades under the Te Mato Vai Stage 2 project has been completed.

Land investigation work at the 10 Rarotonga water intake sites marked for upgrades under the Te Mato Vai Stage 2 project has been completed.


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