Supply & Installation of Beach Barrier
In June 2018 the Department of Infrastructure, Planning & Logistics hired Precision Group NT to supply and install a beach barrier at Tree Point Shoal Bay.
Currently, the beach has no physical barrier or visible demarcation showing tenure change. Residents have reported being harassed by people driving along the beach and trespassing on their properties.
The Indigenous community, Dudurga Tree Point Aboriginal Association, is on freehold land and the southern end of Tree Point Conservation Area has three private residential blocks.
Precision Group NT supplied and installed the ‘Smart Buoy’ beach barrier to comply with relevant client and Australian Standards and remind visitors about tenure change.
Key services included:
- Removing Asbestos Containing Material
- Supply and installation of the ‘Smart Buoy’ beach barriers as per the manufacturer’s recommendations
- Supply and installation of high visibility special mark buoy alerting vessel operators (to seaward anchored end)
- Supply and installation of new signage to match existing signage.