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The installation of two piers for the Alford Street Bridge was completed in the first week of December.
Phyllis to Harbutt Boardwalk
All material suspected to contain asbestos has been removed and rock breaking was undertaken.
Piling work for the central pier and northern abutment will
The southern abutment has been poured for the Soljak Place Bridge that will cross over the western railway line. One bridge pier has also been installed.
A crosshead will be placed on top of the piers to take the weight of the beams for the bridge early in 2017, following the completion of the northern abutment and the installation of the other two piers.
Alford Street Bridge
A capping beam has been established on the eastern side of Te Auaunga (Oakley Creek). This is part of a palisade wall that will retain the eastern abutment of the bridge. Deep ground anchors will add further strength.
A 450-tonne crane and 10 pre-cast pier sections have been delivered to Waterview Esplanade. These sections were progressively installed at night during the last week of November.
Image: Capping beam and temporary bridge on the western side of Te Auaunga (Oakley Creek).
Image: Vibration hammering of casing into the ground on the eastern side of Te Auaunga.
Video: Time-lapse of progress on the bridge.
Phyllis to Harbutt Boardwalk
Building and domestic waste materials (suspected to include asbestos) that
We will send a letter to residents and other stakeholders when the bush area is re-opened.
Soljak Place Bridge
Piling work has resumed on the northern side of the western railway line opposite the Mt Albert Pak
We expect to release the final design for the path connecting Soljak Place Bridge to Trent Street soon.
A temporary platform was built to lift the precast sections of Alford Bridge into place.
The finished Alford Street Bridge is set to open in early 2017.
Check out the video for a time-lapse view of the construction.
Construction of the Alford Street Bridge is underway.
Image: Piles are driven into the ground to build a temporary structure from which the bridge can be built.
Start of construction
A ceremony has been held to launch the Waterview Shared Path.
The first sod was turned by cabinet minister Paula Bennett accompanied by representatives of the organisations that have joined to create the new connection, which will contribute to the Auckland urban cycleway programme.
Read the media release: Construction beginning on Waterview cycling and walking connection.
On 16 September, a dawn karakia celebrated the upcoming start of construction for Waterview Shared Path.
Held near the site from where Alford bridge will connect Unitec Institute of Technology with Great North Rd, the ceremony (lead by Joe Wilson of Te Ākitai Waiohua) was an acknowledgement of the area's significance for mana
Construction of the path is expected to start in early 2016, once consents are granted and site investigations are completed over the coming months.
The period for public submissions on the Notice of Requirement (NOR) has been extended from 23 January to 5 February 2015.
AT is applying for consents on Waterview Shared Path. AT has developed preliminary designs for the route and will lodge a Notice of Requirement (NOR) with Auckland Council.
Public submissions will be from 5 December 2014 to 23 January 2015.