Project update: Concrete trucks on Cumming Parade and Tramican Street Friday 29 January

On Friday 29 January (weather permitting), a concrete pour is scheduled as part of the Point Lookout Wastewater Treatment Plant, which may cause minor delays on surrounding roads.

Approximately 17 concrete trucks will enter the Tramican Street site via George Nothling Drive and Cummings Parade over the course of the day.

Concrete trucks, accompanied by a spotter vehicle and traffic management, will reverse up Cummings Parade at a speed of 10km per hour before turning into the site. Due to the steep incline, it is necessary for these trucks to reverse to safely access the site and not spill any concrete.

Work is scheduled to commence at 8am and is expected to be finished by 2pm. During this period, residents may notice vehicle noise as the trucks travel to site.

To speak to a Redland Water officer about any concerns, please call 3829 8999.

The Point Lookout Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade is a joint initiative of Redland City Council and the Queensland Government and will significantly improve effluent quality while reducing the impact of wastewater on the island’s unique environment.


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