Infrastructure

Transmission Gully talks drag on for another four weeks

Paul McBeth
Mon, 13 Jul 2020

Transmission Gully talks drag on for another four weeks
Paul McBeth
Mon, 13 Jul 2020
Negotiations between the government and the bevy of contractors building the billion-dollar Transmission Gully highway north of Wellington will drag on for another four weeks.The New Zealand Transport Agency will make a further advance payment of $5 million to keep the winter programme running on the 27-kilometre road running through to Aug. 7. The agency, which has adopted its Maori name Waka Kotahi, is locked in talks with contractor Wellington Gateway Partnership and the CPB-HEB sub-contractor building the road as to how the cost of covid-19...

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