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Dear Club Members,

In the past during a major project I have produced a blog for the Board of Director so that they can log in and keep up to date on a daily basis. The Board have requested that I keep the Marina and Club members informed as well, so I have decided to provide a public Marina Blog which will be updated below;

13 September>

To watch the latest Marina Update Video please CLICK HERE 

27 August >

To watch the latest Marina Update Video please CLICK HERE 

22 August >

15 August> To see the latest video regarding the putting into place the first part of the new “F” Arm CLICK HERE

 

08 August>

In addition to the delivery today we are taking delivery of the some more pontoons next Friday (16th). On Friday we will receive the walkway that connects the existing E arm to the new F arm. We will also take delivery of the first 4 fingers on F arm & install them.

Before that delivery we will connect the attenuator to piles F2, F5 (currently being installed) and F8 (next pile to be installed). After we install the first 4 fingers, we’ll need to install piles F3, F4 & F6.

Between now and the Friday delivery, pile rig will continue doing the walkway piles F8, F11, F14, F17, F20, F23 and F24

 02 August >

Piling rig to be on site Monday installing piles. The piles arrived 4 days behind schedule due to shipping delay (was on track right till last part of trip I’m assured). Once he starts putting a few piles in we can access his anticipated finish date. There are 9 more attenuator floats on site this Monday and 9 more on Wednesday.

144 of the 147 pontoons cast.

(36 at site or on the way to site)

-All the attenuator, link, Arm D & E cast

-All 15 No. of the attenuator fingers cast

-17 No. of the fingers for Arm E cast – 3 to go

Projected casting completion-7th of August

3 No. Trucks of (9) Attenuators left today

29 July> Piing to start this week on site. Summary of pontoon casting status and misc. fabrication below.

131 of the 147 pontoons cast.

(27 at site or on the way to site)

-All the attenuator, link cast

-12 No. of the attenuator fingers- 3 to go.

-12 No. of the fingers for Arm E – 8 to go

Arm D & E walkways pontoons to be complete next week.

All the timber has been drilled.

Brackets have been fabricated.

Projected casting completion-7th of August

15 July> Latest Bellingham Update:

104 of the 147 pontoons cast.  All the attenuator, link and 7 No. of the attenuator fingers.  Arm D pontoons to start next week.

All the timber has been drilled.

80% of  brackets have been fabricated.

Projected casting completion-7th of August

5 July > Fee Proposal accepted from LPB Fire Services for field test of hydrant services and if required preparation of submission of report to Fire & Rescue NSW

5 July > Program Updates:

  1. Pile rig being placed in the water at Lewis 29th July, for start 31 July. Starting on the shoreward end piles, of F arm working away from shore.
  2. Steel piles on schedule for delivery to Lewis 23rd July and then will be fabricated with teeth and barged to site before 31st July.
  3. PE sleeves ready now, for delivery when we call on delivery.
  4. SMC marina assemble people to start work next Monday, fitting cleats to the outside of E arm. These cleats are ultimately for the pens but we will use them now for tying attenuator sections too.
  5. SMC marina assemble people take delivery of timber walers and thru-rods next Wednesday and start sub assembling attenuator floats Thursday.
  6. Small forklift to be delivered to our compound Wednesday morning for lifting walers onto attenuator floats before placing them in the water.
  7. We plan to start placing floats into the water Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning and placing them between D and E arm in the middle of the fairway. It would be good if a couple of boats close to shore on these arms could be moved for a few weeks (as discussed with Cec).
  8. Plan on fitting f arm to piles and attaching some fingers as we go.
  9. Mooring piles will be installed towards the end of the job.

 1 July> Progress Payment made; 75% Design, 95% “E” Arm Fire Hydrant Line

18 June> Hydrant pipe work and outlet stands completed for “E” Arm

17 June> Final detailed plans approved and dropped to the Club by Kogarah Council

13 June> Confirmation of early delivery dates of piles in  three separate deliveries 17 July, 23 July and 31 July. Hayden is scheduled to start drilling piles on 30 July

30 May> Resolve issue with “D” Arm detailed drawings – decision made to remove pole on the far end of “D” Arm to retain original dimensions

29 May> Pipework for the “E” Arm Hydrants arrive

27 May> More pontoons arrive at the Motor Boat Club

8 May> Received Dilapidation Report for the foreshore embankment

6 May> Video – CEO Upadte – Interview David Blyth regarding the Marina Extension – To view Click Here 

6 May> Final detailed plans submitted to Kogarah Council

2 May > First Pontoons arrive

2 May > Fence installed for Pontoons storage

30 April > Received cc Hydraulic Drawing from Gary Charlwood to Sydney Water re: available inlet water pressure

30 April > Meeting – David Blyth & Adrian Vermeulen regarding Traffic Management Plan – David to revise and submit to Council later in the week

29 April > Meeting – David Blyth met with KFW regarding the delapidation report for the shore line and arranged the appropriate documentation.

26 April > Meeting – Kogarah Council. Attendance, Cec Quilkey, David Blyth, Adrian Vermeulen and Garry Charlwood, Belligham Marine –

1) Pressure test water to be conducted for “E” & “F” Arm Hydrants – Bellingham’s

2) Delapidation report to be organised for foreshore – D Blyth

3) A1 size plans to be submitted to Council – D Blyth

4) Traffic Management report to be submitted to Council – D Blyth

26 April > Video – CEO Update – Marina Progress – to view click here

9 April > Video – CEO Update – New Marina – to view click here 

25 March > Cec Quilkey and David Blyth sign a contract on behalf of the Board of Directors with Bellingham Marina

26 February > Board of Directors – accept the Lum Sum Tender from Bellinham Marine