Schulphoek Road reopens as roadworks are finally complete

Schulphoek Road reopens as roadworks are finally complete

Residents, local businesses and motorists using the Schulphoek Road can breathe a sigh of relief following the re-opening of the road between Adam Street and Bergsig/Mbeki Streets at the end of November 2023.

The project cost ± R8.6 million and 30 local people were employed.

The project entailed the following:

  • The upgrade and construction of 380 meters of public road, including signage, road-markings, landscaping and a new traffic circle at the Bergsig/Mbeki Streets and Schulphoek Road intersection
  • The construction of 760 meters of sidewalks on both side of Schulphoek Road
  • The installation of 375 meters of a 400mm diameter stormwater pipeline

Overstrand Executive Mayor, Dr Annelie Rabie, thanked all who worked on the project, as well as the residents for dealing with the temporary closure of one of Hermanus’ vital traffic routes.

Overstrand Executive Mayor, Dr Annelie Rabie, Deputy Mayor, Cllr Lindile Ntsabo and Mayco Member for Infrastructure, Investment and Tourism, Cllr Clinton Lerm cut a ribbon to open the Schulphoek Road in Hermanus on 29 November 2023. Pictured with them are contractor Christo Nieuwoudt of Umzali Civils, consultants Leon Louw and Perot Louw of at Integrate Structural and Civil Engineers, as well as Overstrand Municipality’s Senior Manager of Engineering Services, Dennis Hendriks, Director of Infrastructure and Planning Directorate, Stephen Müller and Senior Superintendent Traffic operations Phillip de Gruchy.
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