DoTM – M1 Pacific Motorway: Mudgeeraba to Varsity Lakes Road Upgrade – Queensland - Project Profile
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The Department of Transport and Main Roads (DoTM) is undertaking the upgrade of M1 Pacific Motorway between Mudgeeraba and Varsity Lakes in Queensland, Australia.
The project involve the upgrade of a 5km section of the M1 from four to six-lanes between Robina Town Centre Drive and Reedy Creek Road. It includes the construction of bridges, interchanges, pavements and the installation of safety and security systems.
The upgrade will also provide a revised southbound exit ramp arrangement at the Varsity Lakes interchange that will retain the Stapley Drive exit.
Gelly Consulting has been appointed as the cost consultant and AECOM Australia Pty ltd as Engineering Design Consultant.
The federal to state government funding on the project is divided in the ratio of 80-20% basis.
On June 28, 2016, The government of Queensland (GoQ) announced US$33 million funding for the project development.
In August 2017, Civil Mining and Construction were awarded the early works contract.
On January 31, 2018, Seymour Whyte appointed as a construction contractor for the project with the contract value of US$145 million.
The Australian government providing a capped contribution of US$89 million and the Queensland government to pay the balance of the US$56 million.
Construction works are scheduled to commence in late April 2018 and slated to completed by third quarter of 2020.
The project involve the upgrade of a 5km section of the M1 from four to six-lanes between Robina Town Centre Drive and Reedy Creek Road in Queensland, Australia.
The US$165 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of bridges
2. Construction of interchanges
3. Construction of pavements
4. Installation of safety and security systemsReasons To Buy