Frequently Asked Questions
How is the worksite different during Level 3?
We are not starting any new works just yet and our site crews are performing tasks that can be achieved while maintaining strict hygiene and physical distancing protocols.
Will that mean less people on site?
Yes. We currently have 46 people working on site. However, the whole team of up to 80 people have completed our return-to-work safety induction.
We expect additional crews to start on site next week. All of our office based and support staff will remain working either at home or off site for as long as possible.
Has the lockdown impacted the project programme? Does it mean the project is five weeks behind?
We are looking into the impacts of COVID-19 and will keep you upated when we know more information.
What impact have border controls on the project?
Some construction materials may be harder to source for a certain period of time.
We have seen a notable drop in road users through the site with less cars and flights.
What will work on site look like during the different COVID-19 response levels?
Level 4: The site is secured and closed but safety and security checks take place.
Level 3: Small task-specific groups of crews are allowed on site. All office staff and those who are not physically required to be on site will work from home.
Level 1 and 2: Work during level 1 and 2 is not currently known and will be confirmed when we have further guidance from the government.
We will continue to update you on the pogress.