Blade Runner Posted July 26, 2013 Share Posted July 26, 2013 I'd rather the entire road was shut for four weeks solid and done than this utter fiasco of 80 weeks while they appear to do next to no work and make no discernible progress from day to day. Ans, that is just wrong, have you not seen how many kerbs have been laid and how much concrete broken out, how much new tarmac laid? They are getting on rather well I think and they are keeping the traffic disruption to the minimum. They are also employing a private contractor, its by no means just the DOI doing the job. They could not just shut the road, too many businesses and houses. I think we are used to the way the DOI did things a few years ago, they are much better now and on a job like this, in which the time taken to do the whole thing is mostly governed by the output of machines, they go better/ faster anyway. Its when you have jobs that are mostly manual work that they take ages because they dont want to break into a sweat. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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