Project Status For: Ducklington Parish Council, Tennis Court Repairs

Project Description

The aim of this project is to repair the surface of the all-weather tennis court at Glebelands Playing Field.

The surface has been broken by weeks and will need to be excavated and re-laid in areas.

The project will also re-paint lines for tennis and netball with special rubberised sport paint.

 

Update- Feb2014 – It has been decided based upon advice from our contractors that the surface of the court could do with re-painting green to protect the tarmac. This will be done in the spring.

Project Timing

  • Start Date: 09-09-2013
  • Predicted End: 11-22-2013

Current Tasks

This project is subject to the agreement of the full Parish Council
  • Specify the work required
  • Gain quotes from suppliers
  • Parish Council approves expenditure
  • Inform chosen repair supplier
  • Snag the re-surface work
  • Inform chosen lining supplier

Current Holds

Waiting for improved weather before court is pressure washed, rinsed and treated for mould before re-painting and lining can start.

Project Overview and Overall Progress

20% 20% Concept and Design

This stage will see the design and costs identified and planned. They will be consutations and feedback sessions. This stage will be complete when the plan is agreed by the council and major stakeholders and the authority to proceed is given.

40% 40% Implementation

This stage will see the majority of the work being completed. It is likely that this will involve any building or renovations required and may well involve some disruption to services in the Parish. This stage will be complete when the works have been completed as designed.

60% 60% Completion of Works

This stage is about the completion of the works and the snagging required to ensure that the project is delivered to the required specification.

80% 80% Testing and entry into service

Once the project has been delivered it is important that the testing and training are completed before the project can be delivered into service.

Project Discussion

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