Newsletter - April 2014

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Rooney Earthmoving Newsletter
April - 2014 - web (.pdf)

Partial commissioning of the Rangitata South Irrigation scheme is reported, along with the race delivery network well on the way. Good weather speeds lining progress especially for the Mayfield Irrigation Scheme ‘s Carew ponds.

Protection works are overviewed for Environment, Meridian Energy and Timaru District Council, including the Washdyke stopbanks, Lake Pukaki’s ‘riprap’ wave protection and 104 year old Waihao Box repair. End is in sight for TDC’s Treatment Ponds.

Windfalls created unexpected demand for 7.5kms of Waimate forest road construction for Blakely Pacific.

Projects continue for dairying: conversions, ponds, pits, platforms and tracks for Klondyke Dairy, RyLib Dairy Limited, Leighton Pye, Ewart Joyce, Paul Henshaw, and Mike and Olivia Pavletich.

Crews work at Oceania Dairy Factory on roading, parking, accessway and services installation, and bulk storage facility for Ballance Agri-Nutrients.

High country Dry Creek Station features as challenging environment for a combination of Perendale and Corridale breeding ewes, Angus cattle and Red Deer.

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