Roads will be closed and traffic diverted at night while gantries are installed on State Highway 1 near the Waimakariri Bridge, north of Christchurch.
A 535-metre wastewater pipeline has been installed under the Heathcote River, marking a major milestone in work on the Lyttelton Harbour wastewater project.
A section of Cranford Street south of the Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) will be upgraded with new median islands, a footpath and kerb and channel.
A contractor has been appointed for the Halswell Junction Road extension following a further budget increase of $7.25 million.
Lyttelton Harbour is a step closer to being a healthier place to swim and fish since the routine discharge of treated wastewater from Governors Bay has ended.
Work on a $53 million project to upgrade wastewater services in the Lyttelton harbour area is moving to a crucial phase, with work under way on a new pump station at Simeon Quay.
Christchurch City Council received more than 300 submissions in response to its four options for dealing with treated wastewater from Akaroa
Work to resurface the southbound lanes of the Waimakariri Bridge gets under way on Saturday, prompting the closure of the Tram Road on-ramp during morning peak hours and causing delays.
Akaroa residents have a few days left to provide feedback on proposed repairs to a section of the Beach Road sea wall.
A floating pontoon as part of a $3 million wharf upgrade is on the horizon for Diamond Harbour.