DoTMR – Mackay Ring Road – Queensland - Project Profile
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The Department of Transport and Main Roads (DoTMR) is undertaking the Mackay Ring Road in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a 21km ring road from the Bruce Highway–Stockroute Road intersection in the south, to the Bruce Highway–Bald Hill Road intersection in the north, and east to the Mackay Port. The project is planned to be developed in three stages.
The first stage will include the construction of an 11.34km, two-lane rural highway from Bruce Highway South Intersection at Stockroute Road, to the Bruce Highway North Intersection at Bald Hill.
The second stage is beyond 10 years and includes the construction of an 8.2km, two-lane rural highway from Bruce Highway North Intersection at Bald Hill, to Harbour Road Intersection at Harbour Road.
The third stage is beyond 15 years and includes the construction of a 1.4km two-lane highway additional connection to the port and Slade Point Road to support the port’s development.
The project also includes the construction of access roads, intersections, 13 bridge structures, two underpasses, and two dual lane roundabouts and related infrastructure, and the installation of the signaling and safety systems.
On November 13, 2014, DoTMR invited tenders for the detailed design of the first stage with submission deadline as December 19, 2014.
On March 12, 2015, AECOM secured a design contract for the first stage.
The government of Queensland provided US$86 million and Government of Australia provided US$419 million for the first stage of the project.
In November 2016, tenders for construction contractor were issued for the first stage.
Vassallo Constructions has been awarded relocation of water mains contract.
In June 2017, Roebuck Civil appointed as a second contract for relocation of water mains.
On August 4, 2017, CPB Contractors appointed as a construction contractor for the first stage with the contract value of US$171 million.
Construction activities on the first stage expected to commence in the third quarter of 2017 and slated for completion by the fourth quarter of 2019.
The project involves the construction of a 21km ring road from the Bruce Highway–Stockroute Road intersection in the south, to the Bruce Highway–Bald Hill Road intersection in the north, and east to the Mackay Port in Mackay, Queensland, Australia.
The US$800 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an 11.34km two-lane rural highway in the first stage
2. Construction of an 8.2km two-lane rural highway in the second stage
3. Construction of a 1.4km two-lane highway
4. Construction of bridges
5. Construction of related infrastructureReasons To Buy
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