Mickleham Road Water Project
We are building new pipes along both sides of Mickleham Road in Greenvale, Yuroke and Craigieburn, to ensure the area continues to receive a reliable supply of drinking water and recycled water.
The project involves building separate drinking water and recycled water pipes along a 2.4-kilometre-long section of Mickleham Road, between Craigieburn Road to the north, and the new Aspect Greenvale residential development to the south. New pressure reducing stations are also be built in two locations.
The new pipes and pressure reducing stations are mostly being constructed within road reserves along both sides of Mickleham Road, however small sections of pipe will cross privately-owned land. Yarra Valley Water has been speaking with those landowners for some time.
Construction started from the Craigieburn Road end in May 2019. Works will move to the south progressively, as sections of work are completed over time.
Our construction activities should be completed in late 2019, subject to good weather and ground conditions.
Our contractors will be working 7.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Some Saturday work will be required at times, and this will occur between 7.00am and 1.00pm.
The water supply to the area will not be interrupted by these works.
Local residents will notice our contractors, Comdain Constructions and Jatdo Construction, working within the road reserve on both sides of Mickleham Road.
The work will be noisy at times, and they will be operating excavating machinery and driving trucks in the area. Traffic flow along Mickleham Road won’t be affected.
If you have any questions or feedback about this project, please contact the project manager, Alice Yuen, on 9872 2577