The wires have not got to Brighton Road at Hove as of last night, nor was there any support hardware. If any more stringing is done it may be the bit between Marino Rocks and South Brighton because last week that had the hardware up. I am assuming they will start from Lonsdale and work towards Adelaide.
From other reports here it seems that more support structures are appearing but it will be the nature of the beast that some critical parts will run late.
Signal sighting will also mean that some masts will have to be replaced by gantries. I note that at the down end of Hove a mast will effect the signal sighting and will need to be replaced by a gantry as has already happened at some other places. Why the masts had to be inside the signal set off I do not know?
While on signals; the access platforms will need to be fitted with safety screens before the power can be switched on.
Other tasks before switch on are, return earth bonding, bonding to structures, insulation of structures, signal IJR impedance bonds or other; still a lot of work.
What could hold up the return of Noarlunga Centre operations is signalling. A lot of conduit is going into the ground which implies lots of cables, lots of connections, lots of testing and commissioning, (lots of delays?).
I await an informed opinion on this matter.