BCC – Brisbane Inner City Bypass Upgrade – Queensland - Project Profile
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The Brisbane City Council (BCC) is undertaking the upgrade of an inner city bypass in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the widening of inner city bypass from six to eight lanes. It includes the construction of ICB southbound to be widened from three to four lanes between the northern approach to the RNA tunnel and the Legacy Way portal, ICB northbound to be widened from three to four lanes between Legacy Way and the ICB Herston exit, service roads, access roads, road separators and related infrastructure, and the installation of signaling and safety systems.
On May 3, 2016, BCC issued expressions of interest (EOI) for the design-build contract with a submission deadline of May 24, 2016.
In June 2016, BCC allocated US$22.2 million in the 2016-2017 budget and shortlisted three companies:
- CPB Contractors
- Seymour Whyte Constructions
- BMD Constructions
On June 28, 2016, BCC issued the request for proposal (RFP) for the three shortlisted companies with submission deadline as August 31, 2016.
In June 2016, Brisbane City Council announced the partnership with Transurban Queensland.
In December 2016, SMEC, in partnership with BMD constructions secured US$24 million design-build contract for the 2km upgrade from the RNA tunnel to the Kelvin Grove off-ramp.
In March 2017, construction activities commenced and are underway with completion slated to be completed in June 2018.
The project involves the widening of inner city bypass from six to eight lanes in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The US$60 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of ICB southbound
2. Construction of ICB northbound
3. Construction of service roads
4. Construction of access roads
5. Construction of road separators
6. Installation of signaling and safety systems
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