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The Department of Transport and Main Roads (DoTMR) is undertaking the upgradation of highway and bridge on the Bruce Highway in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the upgrade of a 3.7km, two-lane highway, along with a new 72m two-lane bridge at Sandy Gully and improved approaches.
The project will also include the upgrade of intersections at Crompton Street, Champion Street, Bergyl Street and Euri Creek Road East, and the construction of culverts, service roads and related infrastructure, and the installation of signaling and safety systems.
The Australian Government provided US$34.5 million funding and the Queensland Government provided US$8 million for the project.
DoTMR issued request for proposal (RFP) to select an engineering design consultant in December 2014 and selected Aurecon Australia Pty Ltd for the same in May 2015.
Detailed design activities commenced in May 2015 and completed in March 2016.
On April 21, 2016, DoTMR issued RFP for the project with the bid submission due date as June 15, 2016. The following companies have submitted the bids: BMD Constructions, Vassallo Constructions, CPB Contractor, Seymour Whyte, Savory Construction and Doval Construction.
In early August 2016, Vassallo Constructions was appointed as construction contractor for the project.
In September 2016, construction works were commenced and are underway with the completion is expected by the third quarter of 2018.
The project involves the upgrade of a 3.7km, two-lane highway, along with a new 72m two-lane bridge at Sandy Gully and improved approaches on the Bruce Highway in Queensland, Australia.