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Fence construction

Published: | Category: Construction , Structures , Specifications | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

These notes are for guidance in the preparation of specifications for fence construction. Since suitable fencing types vary from district to district and even from job to job, a standard specification is not applicable. Specification F/1 gives requirements for temporary fencing associated with earthworks, but requirements for permanent fencing should be in accordance with the local standard.

Publication details

  • Author:
  • Published: May 1975
  • Reference: TNZ F/04
  • Conditions: Use is mandatory on state highways and recommended on other road controlling authority roads.
  • Also known as: F/4