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Department of Construction and Infrastructure annual report 2010-2011



Department of Construction and Infrastructure annual report 2010-2011


Northern Territory. Department of Construction and Infrastructure


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Northern Territory Government

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Department of Construction and Infrastructure annual report; Annual Report



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Department of Infrastructure

Previously known as

Department of Planning and Infrastructure

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Northern Territory Government



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Department of Construction and Infrastructure Annual Report 2010-2011 18 Branch Profiles Civil Construction The Civil Construction Branch is working hard to improve access and service for Territorians through the delivery of Capital Works and Repairs and Maintenance Programs. Its highly skilled and experienced staff are involved in the design, procurement, management and maintenance of projects, including road and earth works, bitumen surfacing, airstrips, subdivisions and water and sewerage. Resources are spread right across the Territory, with teams working to build and repair infrastructure in some of the most remote and challenging locations. Civil Construction also has the important job of managing road conditions on our roads through its roads reporting system. Particularly relevant during the wet season, the branch keeps the public up to date on road conditions through its Road Report website www.roadreport.com.au Civil Construction is actively engaged with a range of stakeholders to improve design and construction outcomes, including client agencies, Civil Contractors Federation, local government, bitumen and line marking industry working groups as well as the trucking, tourist and pastoral industries. Civil Construction Achievements 2010-2011 Responded to excessive weather conditions and Cyclone Carlos to ensure access to regions Kept Road Report website up to date with changes to road conditions that affect traffic flow Completed NT Austroads design guideline supplement Conducted graduate programs and strengthened relationship with Charles Darwin University (CDU) Continued sealing of Fog Bay Road, delivering better road access to Dundee. Civil Construction Priorities 2011-2012 Strengthen relationships with client agencies, stakeholder groups and bitumen industries Vanderlin Drive duplication between Patterson Street to Mueller Road to improve access to the Leanyer Recreation Park Construction of the Daly River Bridge. Roads link the 1,335,742 km2 of the Northern Territory

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