- Location - Alstonville, NSW
- Completion Date - 2010
- Value - $44 million
- Client - Roads and Maritime Services
The Alstonville Bypass project involved the construction of a six and half kilometre new road including earthworks, drainage, structures and pavement works.
A key interchange was constructed at Kays Lane and the new road was tied-in to the Bruxner Highway at each end. This required careful traffic planning and the implementation of traffic control on the highway as well as surrounding local roads.
Scope of Works
- Construction of structures including Bebo arches over water courses.
- Bulk earthworks, including 350,000 cubic metres of cut to fill with blasting requirements.
- Fills of up to 15 metres including some reinforced earth works
- Complex traffic management including traffic switches under live traffic conditions.
- Erosion and sediment control for large areas of open earthworks
- Prepartion and delivery of bridge construction temporary works
- Flexible pavement and rigid heavy duty pavement construction.
Gladstone Port Bund Wall
Mount Lindesay Highway - Camp Cable Road to Tamborine Street