Limestone stockpile at McCallum Park

Published on Thursday, 4 July 2024 at 11:58:35 AM

As work on the State Government's Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges Project moves into the landscaping phase to turn the work site into public open space towards the end of 2024, excess limestone imported during the early stages of the project is being stockpiled and donated to the Town to reuse as part of its McCallum Park Active Area project, courtesy of Mainroads WA.

The materials, valued at over $200,000, will reduce heavy vehicle traffic on local roads and expedite site work within the Active Area project schedule, in line with the Town’s commitment to sustainability and cost efficiency.

  • Trucking activity to move the limestone within the park will be stop-start over several months, between the standard work hours of 7am and 7pm.
  • Access to footpaths will not be affected.
  • This work has received relevant approvals and tree protection zones are in place.
  • The stockpile will remain until approximately October 2024, when it will be used to form the new skate plaza and BMX pump track.

Further information

Learn more about the McCallum Park Active Area project here.

For further details on the stockpiling works, you can view the Mainroads WA announcement here.

More information about the Causeway Bridge project, visit the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges webpage.

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