DoIRD – Bruce Highway: Home Hill-Ingham Upgrade – Queensland - Project Profile
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The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development (DoIRD) is undertaking the upgrade of Bruce Highway in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the upgrade and widening of an 80km road from South of Home Hill to North Ingham, including four sections: Wangaratta Creek to Edward Street, Ayr; Edward St, Ayr to the Stuart Bypass intersection; the Stuart Bypass intersection to Lannercost Street; and Lannercost St to the north of Ingham.
It includes the construction of intersections, culverts, service roads and related infrastructure, as well as the installation of signaling and safety systems.
The Government of Australia provided 80% (US$49million) funding for the project, while the Government of Queensland will provide 20%.
Construction work is scheduled to be completed by first quarter of 2020.
The project involves the upgrade and widening of the 80km road from South of Home Hill to North Ingham in Queensland, Australia.
The US$62 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of bridges, culverts
2. Construction of intersections
3. Construction of services roads
4. Construction of related infrastructure
5. Installation of signaling and safety systemsReasons To Buy