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Burrill Lake Bridge

Burrill Lake is approximately four kilometres south of Ulladulla on Princes Highway, which is the key transport corridor on the NSW south coast.

BGC Contracting developed an innovative approach that delivered to the NSW Government a more cost effective outcome that could be completed sooner than originally requested.

Roads and Bridge Construction Contract 

The contract, awarded by Roads and Maritime Services, is for the replacement of the existing Burrill Lake Bridge. When completed, the 16-span, 288-metre precast girder bridge over the Lakes Inlet, with associated approach roads and adjacent roundabouts, foot paths and services, will raise this section of the Princes Highway above the one in 100-year flood levels.

BGC Contracting’s scope of work is for the entire project and includes temporary road diversions, demolition, utility relocation, management of environmental issues, construction of the road formation, piling and bridge substructure, remediation and landscaping. 

BGC Contracting has a proved track record in project delivery and in this case was able to develop an innovative approach that delivered to the NSW Government a more cost effective outcome that could be completed sooner than originally requested.

 

 

Client: Roads & Maritime Services (RMS)

Status:
Current
Location:
New South Wales
Value:
$32 million
Capabilities: