Seagull Street boat ramp

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Construction is well underway.

Both car parks are 80 per cent completed and contractor CivilPlus Constructions will commence construction of the boat ramp in mid-January, 2022.

The construction of the boat ramp will be completed on a 10 and 5 day roster (10 days working, 5 days off). Programming of the works will coincide with the lowest tides.

Work hours will be between 6am and 10pm daily. The tidal works will be undertaken during a 10-hour window. This time window will start five hours before the lowest tide and finish five hours after it. Finish times will depend on the tide each day.

Truck movements and similar activities will happen during daytime to the extent practicable. These activities will include the delivery of rocks and construction materials.

There will be noise and dust associated with the project. Lighting towers will be in place for the night works component.

This project is expected to be completed by May, 2022.

Should you have any questions about this project, please contact CivilPlus Constructions' Steven Titley on 0477 211 141 or council's project manager Ben Crowley on 1300 (MACKAY) 622 529.

The project is being oversighted by Mackay Regional Council and is funded with the assistance of a $1 million grant from Maritime Safety Queensland.


Construction is well underway.

Both car parks are 80 per cent completed and contractor CivilPlus Constructions will commence construction of the boat ramp in mid-January, 2022.

The construction of the boat ramp will be completed on a 10 and 5 day roster (10 days working, 5 days off). Programming of the works will coincide with the lowest tides.

Work hours will be between 6am and 10pm daily. The tidal works will be undertaken during a 10-hour window. This time window will start five hours before the lowest tide and finish five hours after it. Finish times will depend on the tide each day.

Truck movements and similar activities will happen during daytime to the extent practicable. These activities will include the delivery of rocks and construction materials.

There will be noise and dust associated with the project. Lighting towers will be in place for the night works component.

This project is expected to be completed by May, 2022.

Should you have any questions about this project, please contact CivilPlus Constructions' Steven Titley on 0477 211 141 or council's project manager Ben Crowley on 1300 (MACKAY) 622 529.

The project is being oversighted by Mackay Regional Council and is funded with the assistance of a $1 million grant from Maritime Safety Queensland.

  • Update - March 16, 2022

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    From Monday, March 21, contractor Concise Constructions will be fixing and installing fences on council owned land off Slade Point Road near Crane and Emu streets as part of the Seagull Street boat ramp project.

    The works are being undertaken to stop motorbike riders from accessing the land and to help revegetate the mangroves.

    The works are expected to be completed by the end of March 2022, weather permitting.

    Should you have any questions about these works, please contact project manager Ben Crowley on 1300 MACKAY (622 529) or council's community engagement officer Rebecca Batzloff on 0460 014 780.


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