We hope you’re enjoying the summer – it’s the busiest time of year for our paving team who are making the most of the warm dry weather! Our first update for 2021 is all about growth. From plants, to relationships with our partners and community, to population growth and the impact that has had on the SH58 interchange.
But first, every facet of the Transmission Gully project has a job to do, from digger operators, to engineers, to the plants. It’s not just about making the road look more attractive (although the planting does that too); planting at Transmission Gully is about soil stabilisation, protecting stream habitats, mitigating erosion, enriching biodiversity and regeneration.
Did you know that we are planting nearly 2.5 million native trees and plants, creating one of the most significant lowland native bush areas in the region?
The size of the project, and the terrain, makes it challenging work for the planting team. Check out what it takes in the video below.
If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have an urgent matter, please call the 24-hour project hotline on 0800 TGINFO. If we are working outside of our normal work hours and you’re one of our neighbours, we’ll be in touch with you directly as usual.