Demolition and construction will include works being delivered from both land and sea, and as with any construction site, require a significant exclusion zone around the area.
The demolition of the existing jetty will need barges equipped with heavy cranes to complete heavy lifts of concrete beams from the site to an area East of the Lifting bay where they will be loaded onto trucks for removal. The barges although manoeuvrable will need to be given a wide berth and given way to at all times.
Whilst demolition and construction are underway the site will be demarked with both marker buoys and spill booms. For the safety of Members and to support operational efficiency it is imperative that these zones are kept clear at all times.
Due to the nature of the demolition and construction unfortunately the fuel jetty has needed to be shut down for the duration of the project.
However, the Club has installed a temporary 30,000 lt Diesel tank that can only be accessed from the Customs jetty. Due to regulations, we were unable to provide Unleaded fuel in this manner so it will require a trip next door to Baileys.