GoT – Bridgewater Bridge – Tasmania - Project Profile
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The Government of Tasmania (GoT) is planning to build a bridge in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a four-lane with a clearance height of 16m.
It includes the construction of bridge pillars, supporting walls, access roads and related infrastructure, and the installation of safety systems.
The project is funded by Federal Government’s Infrastructure Investment Program.
The Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources (DIER) submitted a concept design of the project to the Australian Government.
The Minister for Infrastructure and Transport approved funding to complete the scoping and planning phase of project (in conjunction with the Bagdad Bypass) in February 2009.
In August 2012, DIER submitted a proposal to Infrastructure Australia for seeking funding for the project.
In April 2016, GoT unveiled new version of a bridge to replace an existing bridge, which will prepare a case for Federal funding to meet the budget.
As of November 2016, GoT is in final stages of preparing business case.
Construction is expected to commence in 2019 and is scheduled to be completed by 2023.
The project involves the construction of a four-lane with a clearance height of 16m in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
The US$402 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of bridge pillars
2. Construction of supporting walls
3. Construction of access roads
4. Installation of safety systems
5. Construction of related infrastructureReasons To Buy
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