Geotechnical work to commence at Richmond, South Windsor

Geotechnical work is about to commence at Richmond and South Windsor as part of the Western Parkland City Liveability Program which aims to revitalise the town centres of Richmond, South Windsor and Windsor. Geotechnical work for Windsor will occur at a later date.

The contracted geotechnical engineers will test the existing ground conditions in the town centres on Thursday, 2 September and Friday, 3 September 2021. This will involve the drilling of several geotechnical investigation boreholes in test locations which will range from 100 to 200mm in diameter. The holes will then be backfilled and resurfaced.

Plans indicating the testing site locations are available here.

Council is upgrading the public spaces of South Windsor, Richmond and Windsor with funding from the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, a joint agreement between Federal, State and Local governments.

Concept designs for all three town centres can be viewed here.

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