Gold Coast Airport Tower Road

  • Location - Coolangatta, QLD
  • Completion Date - May, 2012
  • Value - $5.3 Million
  • Client - Gold Coast Airport Pty Ltd

The Tower Road project undertaken for the Gold Coast airport included the construction of a new access road to the airport's control tower and a new aircraft apron area including the relaignment of several major services.

Tower Road was the initial project undertaken by SEE Civil at the Airport. SEE Civil has developed a strong an ongoing contracting with relationship with the Gold Coast Airport based on their consistent high-quality delivery of projects.

Scope of Works

  • Construction of upgrade works for Gold Coast Airport including construction of access road to control tower, construction of new apron, realignment of large scale underground services including dewatering.
  • Construction of various flexible pavements
  • Heavy pavement construction for use in an airport apron environment
  • Realignment of underground services including high and low voltge power and communications services
  • All works completed in a high-security airside environment
  • The heavy duty apron pavement included the use of a macro roller (SEE Civil designed and constructed) and a road paver for the fine rock beneath the deep lift asphalt.


Construction of the new tower road

Large scale service relocations were required

Road formation

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