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We’re finally up to the un-trenching phase in Castlemaine.
For convenience and just because we could we’ve started at the south end and we’re working north.
It’s a case of installing sand over the services, dirt over that to 300mm below ground level, rolling out the danger tape for the electricity, followed by the final cover of dirt with a few compaction runs of the digger.
Here project manager Graeme is taking a well earned break after the section behind him has just had it’s tape installed, to be filled first thing tomorrow morning, were about 1/3 of the way there after today’s efforts.
We should have it all backfilled by end of play tomorrow, with final tidy up to occur on Wednesday.
This article first appeared on vgrcivil.blog
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