More than 1200 metres of water main in Stirling North is set to be replaced, as SA Water continue to improve water services for regional South Australians.
30,000 metres of pipe is being renewed throughout the state’s regions, with new pipes being installed along Johnson Avenue, Footner Street, Spicer Avenue and Harris Street in Stirling North.
The upgrade in Stirling North is expected to take around five weeks to complete, with works typically occurring between Monday to Friday from 7am to 5pm.
SA Water’s General Manager Sustainable Infrastructure Amanda Lewry, has said, “For the safety of our people and the local community, we ask residents and road users in the area to please take note of localised traffic management in place while the works are underway.”
“We will also ensure residents and businesses are notified of any temporary water supply interruptions that are necessary when we move their connections over from the old to new pipes.”
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