RMS – Bringelly Road Upgrade – New South Wales - Project Profile
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The Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) of New South Wales Government is undertaking the road upgrade project in New South Wales, Australia.
The project involves the upgrade of a 10km section of Bringelly Road from Camden Valley Way to The Northern Road via King Street. The project is being implemented in two stages.
The first stage includes the upgrade of 5.7km road from Camden Valley Way to King Street, converting a two-lane road to a six-lane divided road with a central median between the eastern side of Upper Canal Bridge and the western side of the Eastwood Road intersection, through the future Leppington Town center.
The second stage will include the upgrade of 4.3km road from King Street to The Northern Road converting a two lane to a four lane divided road with a wide central median. The wide central median will allow for widening to six lanes, if required in the future.
The project also includes the construction of service roads, intersections, bridges, toll plazas, pedestrian walkways and other related facilities, and the installation of signaling and safety systems.
In fourth quarter of 2011, RMS has displayed the revised concept design and review of Environmental Factors related to the project.
In February 2012, the project received final approvals.
AECOM Australia Pty Ltd has been appointed as traffic consultant, Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia Pty Ltd as ecological consultant, Renzo Tonin & Associates (NSW) Pty Ltd as acoustic consultant, Austral Archaeology Pty Ltd and Kelleher Nightingale Consulting Pty Ltd as archaeological consultants, Lyall & Associates Consulting as consulting engineer and NGH Environmental as environmental consultant.
HBO+EMTB and Corkery Consulting Pty Ltd have been appointed as engineering design contractors for stage one project for which detailed design activities were completed in March 2014.
In May 2014, URS Australia Pty Ltd and Corkery Consulting Pty Ltd were awarded the US$1.96 million design contract for second stage of the project, and the design work commenced soon after that.
In June 2014, Australian and NSW governments committed US$470 million to upgrade Bringelly Road.
In July 2014, RMS issued tender for first stage of the project with August 13, 2014 as the submission deadline.
In January 2015, BMD Constructions Pty Ltd was appointed as engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for first stage.
On January 20, 2015, construction works on first stage commenced.
In June 2016, NSW government committed US$7.4 million in the 2016-2017 state budget for the project.
In September 2016, BMD Constructions, Fulton Hogan and Lendlease have submitted the bids.
In January 2017, The Australian Government has committed US$305 million to the project, which is being delivered in two stages.
In January 2017, construction works on the first stage are underway with completion scheduled in 2020.
In June 2017, Lendlease was awarded construction contractor for stage II.
In July 2017, Construtcion work on stgae II commenced.
Construction works on the stage I and II are underway and scheduled to complete in 2020.
The project involves the upgrade of a 10km section of Bringelly Road from Camden Valley Way to The Northern Road via King Street in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The US$390 million project includes the following:
1. Upgrade of 5.7km road in first stage
2. Upgrade of 4.3km road in second stage
3. Construction of service roads
4. Construction of intersections
5. Construction of bridges
6. Construction of toll plazas
7. Installation of signaling and safety systemsReasons To Buy
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