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Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment for the proposed maintenance works (repair of valve chambers and meter chambers) on the Rand Water H19 potable water pipeline at Kosmosdal in the Gauteng Province

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Rand Water is proposing to repair damaged pipeline valve chambers for Rand Water H19 pipeline in Kosmosdal in Centurion area. These chambers are used to encase and enclose water pipe valves situated a few meters underground. Following a condition assessment, some of the chambers were found to be in a bad state (e.g. roof collapse, cracks on the main structure, missing Cat ladders and Armco barriers). Currently the valves are exposed to elements including physical damage, vandalism and it also pose a safety hazard, as they are situated along a busy road were both vehicles and pedestrians pass daily. Two main concerns were identified; Structural deficiencies of the valve enclosures, Safety concerns involving the general public and Rand Water employees.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 17:57

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