|Timeframe:||Delivery in late-2022|
|Client:||Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads|
|Primary Contractor:||John Holland Seymour Whyte Joint Venture|
Another milestone in the delivery of Queensland’s Bruce Highway upgrade has arrived with the commencement of the Maroochydore Road to Mons Road Interchange package of works. The project includes a new, 4-lane eastbound bridge over the Bruce Highway from Nambour Connection Road to Maroochydore Road, converting the roads’ existing roundabout to a signalised interchange, and upgrades, relocations, and removals of existing off and on ramps.
The Maroochydore Road and Mons Road Interchange upgrade targets the area’s know congestion and safety issue – crash numbers per kilometre within the area are more than twice the Bruce Highway average.
Partnering with John Holland Seymour Whyte Joint Venture, InfraBuild Construction Solutions will provide 2,000 tonnes of reinforcing steel to the project which, upon completion in 2022, will signal the beginning of the final push in the 15-year long delivery of the $12.6 billion Bruce Highway project
Image courtesy Department of Transport and Main Roads.
Article published on Friday, 18 December 2020