Wimea Water Limited / Supplied
About 36 km southeast of Nelson, in the Lee Valley area of the project, the photo shows that the construction of the Waimea Dam has left the reinforced concrete section.
Construction of the Waima Community Dam will begin Monday in Lee Valley, near Nelson.
According to Mike Scott, CEO of Waima Water Limited, the Ministry of Trade, Innovation and Employment has approved the resumption of work at VV-19.
“This confirmation is good news for the project,” Scott said. We are in a state of flooding during construction and we are in the midst of a flood.
Although the lower part of the reinforced concrete slab was designed to be flooded, the slab was about eight feet[8 m]higher than the reinforced concrete slab.
* For hydroelectric work on the Wima Dam
* The floodwaters in the Li Valley have reached the construction of the Waima Dam
* More broken rock, inflation has added millions to the Waima Dam project
* Nelson, Tasman Council to re-establish additional services in Stage 3, Construction
“It’s not designed to go overboard in a flood,” says Scott. “We are at a critical juncture in construction. We must continue to seek professional advice. ”
That risk is reduced by height and growth, “and our activities during Stage 4 are designed to reduce this risk.”
As the construction of the sewer began to improve, it was time to move another 16 miles[16 km].
Wimea Water is a council control organization responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of the dam, about 36 km southeast of Nelson. By Tazma District Council and Waimea Irrigators Ltd.
Under VV-19, construction and maintenance services can enable or support the recovery of VV-19 products if they are “essential infrastructure”.
Scott is licensed under this article because it supports the primary sector.
“The contractor is making plans to restart Monday, in strict accordance with the Level 4 Protocol,” he said. These protocols are for Level 4 upgrades to those below Level 3 and other industries, such as the horticulture industry and packaging.
It is known that 21 other CVD-19 cases were covered by CVD-19 in the Prime Minister’s daily statement.
While machinery operators worked alone in their excavations or in taxis, other workers at the large station were all engaged in outdoor work.
It also oversees contractors to ensure their systems and performance ensure that the company complies with Waimea Water standards and the Health and Safety Act in 2015 in accordance with VV-19 Level 4 Regulation Plan.
“The health and safety of the construction team and the community is paramount,” said Scott.