Kerbs and channels are made to help maintain the road or pathway condition and reduce the number of potholes and defects on roads. Besides road-related benefits, kerbs and channels are also useful in alleviating stormwater drainage flows and can even help prevent vehicles from leaving the road carriageway.
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Below are the tasks contractors are expected to do during the construction of kerbs and channels:
When constructing a kerb and channel, driveways may go through modifications. These modifications are due to the new height of the road as well as the existing Australian Standards. There must be engineers who will assess whether the plans adhere to the new height and standards during design. During construction, property access may be temporarily restricted for about 72 hours. This is to ensure that there are no quality defects during and after construction. Finally, when the property has no existing footpath, a driveway invert will be installed.
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