Work on a repair to Aareys road system in Adelaide has been progressing well, but the first work is still to be done.
Aareylas chief executive officer Mark Aareey has confirmed that work will be done this week, with the main goal being to restore the road to a “safe” state for traffic and pedestrians.
“The first steps have been completed and we’re now moving on to the next phase of work, which is to replace the pavement,” Mr Aareay said.
“It’s a process that is continuing at the moment and will take some time to complete.”
We have been working closely with our partners to develop an agreement with the City of Adelaide to do work on Aareye road.
“The work to replace Aareyd Road is being undertaken on a temporary basis and the City is committed to working with the contractor to ensure the project is completed as soon as possible.”
Aareya has been working with City of South Australia to improve its roads for more than 50 years.
The Aareyleys main street, which runs from the corner of Eastgate and Thetford Street to Thetfords Road, was built by the company in 1896.
The roads have been a mainstay of Adelaide for more the past 40 years, including at the heart of the city’s CBD.
The city recently started work on its new north-south arterial route.
AAREY WORKS CONTINUES: Mark Aarenay, chief executive, AareY road repair diagram source ABC News (AUS) article “The Aarely road works will be undertaken as a temporary temporary measure and we will ensure the work is completed in a safe and effective manner,” Mr Meecham said.
Aareny said the contractor, AAREYS, has been contracted to replace sections of Aareies road from Eastgate to Thegford, and work is scheduled to be completed in late 2019.
The road has been an integral part of Adelaide’s CBD for more 30 years.
Mr Aareney said Aareilly’s work would be a significant contribution to improving Adelaide’s infrastructure.
“The roads are of great value to our residents, the community and to businesses,” Mr Jardine said.
Mr Jardines work will not affect Adelaide’s ability to attract more visitors to the city.
He said Adelaide needed to “remain a vibrant city” and he hoped the work would bring the city back to its “city of the future”.
Mr Aarenays team has been hard at work, installing a new street and fixing the main road, and Mr Aares work has been a major contributor to the road’s recovery.
Aarey is the only major Australian road repair firm to be awarded a Commonwealth grant to repair or replace roads.
The city is now working to complete a plan for a more integrated traffic management system, which includes the new south-west arterial.