Roadworks

Specialising in roadworks, Nace Civil Engineering has the ability to execute projects varying in size from pavement rehabilitation and the reconstruction of suburban streets through to road and bridge widening or the construction of multi-laned freeways.

 

Nace Civil Engineering’s in-house expertise in pavements paired with the concrete and asphalt production and laying plant production capabilities of the Kypreos Group of Companies ensure a high quality project delivered on time. Established as one of Australia’s first concrete paving companies, Nace Civil Engineering has gone on to be involved in the construction of all major motor ways in and around Sydney and throughout NSW, including; the M5, M7 and MR92.

 

A selection of current and previous Nace Civil Engineering roadworks projects can be found below.

 

Roadworks projects:

 

 

Current Projects:
 
 
Project:

Alfords Point Road between Georges River and Brushwood Drive 

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

This contract is for the widening of the section of Alfords Point Road, from between Georges River and Brushwood Drive from two lanes to three lanes in each direction. The project shall improve traffic flow to and from Brushwood Drive on and off ramps by using the new lanes.

 

Activities to be undertaken during construction include, but are not limited to:

• Clearing and Grubbing, including the preservation and protection of mature trees and the mulching of cleared trees for the use in the vegetation and landscaping of the project.
• Traffic management.
• Environmental management during construction including erosion and sediment.
• Locating and protecting public utility services.
• Maintenance of existing roadway as specified.
• Flexible and rigid pavement construction, including heavy patching and strengthening and asphalt overlay of the existing pavement and construction of maintenance access roads.
• Construction of a new Heavy Vehicle Inspection Bay adjacent to the southbound carriageway of Alfords Point Road, including new street lighting.
• Construction of a new Bus Lane and relocation of the existing Bus Bay on the Brushwood Drive entry ramp.
• Construction of noise walls along both sides of Alfords Point Road
• Installation of ITS infrastructure, a new Variable Message Sign and a new video surveillance camera
• Construction of new safety barriers to suit the widened alignment, including a central concrete median.

 

Location:

Illawong/Alfords Point

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Construction Period:

75 weeks, anticipated Completion August 2017

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Issues and Solutions:

This section of Alfords Point Road experiences high traffic volumes and will need to be constructed in stages to minimise the disruption to existing traffic (vehicular and pedestrian) and to ensure the safety of the public and workers.

  • Traffic Management - Use of concrete barriers and well planned staging
  • Community - Engaged community liaision officer, thorough planning and frequent notification/updates to community
  • Environmental Protection - Thorough risk identification, planning, maintenance, inspections and supervision

 

Client Details:

Ken Vo - 0407 900 287

Alfords Road 1
Alfords Road 2
Alfords Road 3
 

 

Completed Projects:
 
 
Project:

MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from Denham Court Road to Raby Road- Stage 1

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

This contract is for the upgrading of the section of MR620 Camden Valley Way, from 270m South of Denham Court Road to 680m South of Raby. The limits of work are as shown on the Drawings. The project involves the upgrade of a length of approximately 4.3 kilometres of existing two lane single carriageway roadway to dual carriageway

 

Activities to be undertaken during construction include, but are not limited to:

• Site establishment.
• Traffic management.
• Environmental management.
• Locating and protecting public utility services.
• Maintenance of existing roadway as specified.
• Cleaning & Grubbing.
• Undertaking earthworks including clearing and grubbing, removal and stockpiling of topsoil, excavation of cuttings, haulage of spoil material to stockpile for reuse or off site removal as required, placing of general fill and upper zone material, and construction of the Selected Material Zone.
• Supply & Installation of approximately 12km Storm water drainage.
• Plant in excess of 95,000m² of lean mix sub-base.
• Supply & placement in excess of 45,000t of asphalt.

 

Location:

Leppington

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$71.5 Million

 

Construction Period:

127 weeks, Completed November 2014

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Issues and Solutions:

This section of Camden Valley Way experiences high traffic volumes and will need to be constructed in stages to minimise the disruption to existing traffic (vehicular and pedestrian) and to ensure the safety of the public and workers.

 

Client Details:

Micheal Donohoe | 0438 219 682

MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from Denham Court Road to Raby Road- Stage 1 - image 1
MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from Denham Court Road to Raby Road- Stage 1 - image 2
MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from Denham Court Road to Raby Road- Stage 1 - image 3
 
 
 
 
Project:

MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from 680m South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road- Stage 2

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

This contract is for the upgrading of the section of MR620 Camden Valley Way, from 680m South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road. The limits of work are as shown on the Drawings. The project involves the upgrade of a length of approximately 3 kilometres of existing two lane single carriageway roadway to dual carriageway

 

Activities to be undertaken during construction include, but are not limited to:

• Site establishment.
• Traffic management.
• Environmental management.
• Locating and protecting public utility services.
• Maintenance of existing roadway as specified.
• Mainten provisions for cyclists.
• Cleaning & Grubbing.
• Undertaking earthworks including clearing and grubbing, removal and stockpiling of topsoil, excavation of cuttings, haulage of spoil material to stockpile for reuse or off site removal as required, placing of general fill and upper zone material, and construction of the Selected Material Zone.

 

Location:

Leppington

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Contract Value:

$55.0 Million

 

Construction Period:

101 weeks, Completed November 2014

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Issues and Solutions:

This section of Camden Valley Way experiences high traffic volumes and will need to be constructed in stages to minimise the disruption to existing traffic (vehicular and pedestrian) and to ensure the safety of the public and workers.

 

Client Details:

Micheal Donohoe | 0438 219 682

MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road - Stage 2 - image 1
MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road - Stage 2 - image 2
MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road - Stage 2 - image 3
 
 
 
 
Project:

North Eveleigh, Wilson Street, Eveleigh.

 

Client:

Sydney Metropolitan Development Authority (SMDA)

 

Description of Work:

The works comprise of remediation and the construction of Infrastructure Facilitation Works as part of the North Eveleigh Affordable Housing Project. The works involves the construction of a new access road, installation of new and diverted services and associated landscaping works.

 

Location:

Eveleigh

 

Client Organisation:

Sydney Metropolitan Development Authority (SMDA)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

APP

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$6.10M

 

Construction Period:

Completion January 2013

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Issues and Solutions:

• Stakeholder interface and approval.
• Regular meetings to meet client and stakeholder requirements in a diplomatic manner.

 

Client Details:

Phillip Baker | 0412 253 645

North Eveleigh, Wilson Street, Eveleigh
North Eveleigh, Wilson Street, Eveleigh 2
 
 
 
 
Project:

HW30 Central Coast Highway, Matcham Rd to Ocean View Drive

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

The works under this Contract is for the upgrading of the section of HW30, the Central Coast Highway, from Matcham Road Erina Heights to Ocean View Drive, Wamberal.

The project involves the reconstruction of a length of approximately 2.1 kilometres of existing two lane single carriageway roadway to dual carriageways with a raised central median of variable width with signalisation of the existing intersection at Willoughby Road and construction of a signalised pedestrian crossing near Ghersi Avenue.

 

Activities include:

• Earthworks, including the removal and disposal off-site of unsuitable material; the excavation, treatment and placement of earthworks materials and the importation and placement of material for the Selected Material Zone.
• Construction of Retaining Walls, including a soil nail wall.
• Glider crossings.
• Soft ground treatment including construction of CMC (controlled modulus column) piles, working platform and load transfer mat.
• Supply & placement in excess of 15,000t of deep lift asphalt pavement and overlay.

 

Location:

Erina, Wamberal

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$71.0 Million

 

Construction Period:

183 weeks, Completed May 2014

 

Issues and Solutions:

This section of the Central Coast Highway experiences high traffic volumes and will need to be constructed in stages to minimise the disruption to existing traffic (vehicular and pedestrian) and to ensure the safety of the public and workers.
It will therefore be essential to the success of the project that careful consideration is given to access arrangements as part of traffic management to minimise the disruption to adjacent residents and businesses throughout the duration of construction activities.

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Client Details:

Matt Olle (02) 4379 7065

HW30 Central Coast Highway, Matcham Rd to Ocean View Drive
HW30 Central Coast Highway, Matcham Rd to Ocean View Drive 2
HW30 Central Coast Highway, Matcham Rd to Ocean View Drive 3
 
 
 
 
Project:

Princes Highway Duplication, South Nowra

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

The works comprise the duplication of the Princes Highway at South Nowra with approximate extents between Kinghorne Street and Forest Road. The upgrade involves upgrading 6.3 km of the Princes Highway to four lanes that will improve traffic flow and efficiency through this section of Nowra.

 

The works include but not limited to:

• Dual lanes in each direction on the Princes Highway between Kinghorne Street and Forest Road, with a median of varying width.
• A new two lane roundabout at the intersection of Warra Warra Road and the Princes Highway.
• A third southbound service lane between the Quinns Lane and Warra Warra Road .
• A new roundabout at the intersection of Hillcrest Avenue and the Princes Highway.
• Re-alignment of BTU Road north.
• A 2.5m wide concrete shared path on the eastern side of the highway between Mackay Street and Warra Warra Road.
• Construction of multi-cell box culverts.
• Supply and installation of in excess of 6.5 km stormwater drainage.
• Supply & placement of in excess of 40,000t of deep lift asphalt pavement and overlay.
• Placement in excess of 13,000m3 of leanmix subbase.

 

Location:

South Nowra

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$57.2 Million

 

Construction Period:

127 Weeks, Completed December 2013

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Value Added:

Portable asphalt plant within close proximity to site for better control over the asphalt production & delivery.

 

Issues and Solutions:

• Management of the Golden Green frogs - erection of frog fencing.
• Traffic was an issue hence shoulder pavement was redesigned to deep lift asphalt.
• Drainage conflict was resolved with redesigning of backfill with no fines concrete.

 

Client Details:

Shaun Walsh p:02 4221 2504 m:0407 463 105

Princes Highway Duplication South Nowra
Princes Highway Duplication South Nowra 2
 
 
 
 
Project:

Bernera Road Reconstruction and Widening -Kurrajong Road to Camden Valley Road

 

Client:

Liverpool Council

 

Description of Work:

Bernera functions as a major arterial route providing the only direct link between Hoxton Park Road and Camden Valley Way and provides primary access to major commercial and distribution centres within Prestons. The works include the reconstruction of existing pavement, the widening of carriageway from two traffic lanes to four. In addition to widening the carriage way the relocation/installation of major services

 

Location:

Prestons

 

Client Organisation:

Liverpool Council

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Liverpool Council

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$9,000,000

 

Construction Period:

Sep 2012

 

Contract Type:

AS2124

 

Client Details:

Mir Hossain 02 9821 9542

Bernera Road Reconstruction and Widening -Kurrajong Road to Camden Valley Road
Bernera Road Reconstruction and Widening -Kurrajong Road to Camden Valley Road 2
 
 
 
 
Project:

Link Road Between Lenore Lane and Old Wallgrove Road

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

This contract includes the construction of 3.1 km new 4-lane dual carriageway with local road adjustments, and bridgework in the Local Government areas of Penrith and Blacktown. Erosion and Sedimentation Controls and other Environmental Monitoring and Protection works, Earthworks including clearing and grubbing, removal and stockpiling of topsoil, excavation of cuttings, haulage of spoil material to stockpile for reuse or off site as required, placing of general fill and upper zone material.

 

The Roadworks generally includes:

• Removal of existing Fencing and construction of new Boundary Fencing.
• Property Adjustments.
• Public Utility adjustments.
• 300mm diameter water main.
• Supply and installation in excess of 5km storm water pipes.
• Supply and placement in excess of 30,000t of deep lift asphalt pavement and overlay.
of leanmix subbase.
• Design and installation of pits and conduits for an underground Intelligent Transport System (RTA ITS backbone).
• Traffic signal conduits and pits for future traffic signals at two (2) intersections.

 

The Bridgework includes:

• Twin bridges over Ropes Creek (super T girder bridges on bored piles).
• Safety barriers.

 

Location:

Erskine Park

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$36.3 Million

 

Construction Period:

183 Weeks, Completed June 2013

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Client Details:

John Navamani | 0413 368 142

Link Road Between Lenore Lane and Old Wallgrove Road
Link Road Between Lenore Lane and Old Wallgrove Road 2
Link Road Between Lenore Lane and Old Wallgrove Road 3
 
 
 
 
Project:

Mamre Rd & Erskine Park Rd Intersection Upgrade

 

Client:

Penrith Council

 

Description of Work:

The road works will include traffic control, sedimentation and erosion control, survey, earthworks and subsoil drainage, pavement, safety barrier construction and removal, fencing, clearing and grubbing, drainage works, service relocation, lighting installation, traffic signal installation, line marking and signage and the connection to existing road works. The drainage works as part of the road reconstruction includes the extension of the existing culverts and the construction of a new low flow culvert under Erskine Park Road.

 

Location:

Erskine Park

 

Client Organisation:

Penrith Council

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Penrith Council

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$4,933,503

 

Construction Period:

May 2012- Dec 2014

 

Client Details:

Michael Jackson (02) 4732 7573

Mamre Rd & Erskine Park Rd Intersection Upgrade
Mamre Rd & Erskine Park Rd Intersection Upgrade 2
 
 
 
 
Project:

Wyong Road F3 Interchange, Mardi

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

The project is located at the interchange (Tuggerah Interchange) of the F3 Freeway and MR335 Wyong (Cobbs) Road in Mardi.

 

The works in the contract include:

• Construction of a new F3 northbound onload ramp.
• Construction of traffic control signals at the intersection of the F3 northbound onload ramp, F3 northbound offload ramp and Wyong Road.
• Construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of the F3 southbound onload ramp, F3 offload ramp and Wyong Road.
• Realignment of the existing F3 southbound offload ramp to provide a longer merge length for eastbound traffic entering Wyong Road.

 

Location:

Mardi

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$9,756,000

 

Construction Period:

Jan 2013

 

Contract Type:

GC21

 

Client Details:

Bandula Wijesinghe 0413 368 313 | (02) 4379 7018

Wyong Road F3 Interchange, Mardi
Wyong Road F3 Interchange, Mardi 2
 
 
 
 
Project:

Pacific Highway Upgrade (Mildon Rd to Johnson Rd), Tuggerah Stage 2

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

The works at Tuggerah involves the widening of the existing highway to two lanes in each direction, utilising as much of the existing pavement as possible. A footpath with wide shoulder and limited on-road parking is provided along the western (northbound) side, while a two-way cycleway is provided on the eastern (southbound) side. Intersection upgrades include traffic control signals at Anzac and Johnson Roads. The existing Pacific Highway at Tuggerah has one lane in each direction and is to be reconstructed to cater for two lanes in each direction with turning bays and provide improved intersection controls. In addition the facilities for pedestrians and cyclists will be improved. The limits of the Works are set out in Clause 1.3.

 

Generally the work under the Contract includes the following major components:

• Property access and adjustments;
• Roadworks;
• Treatment of contaminated or acid sulphate soils discovered during the excavation works;
• Replacing existing OH electrical power lines with a buried electrical cable network;
• Retaining wall;
• Adjustments to the existing traffic signals at the intersection with Johnson Road and making provision for the installation of CCTV camera;
• Remove temporary works north of Mildon Road roundabout and constructing to the final configuration;
• Provision of shared pedestrian and cycleway;
• Road furniture;
• Landscaping;
• Street lighting.

 

Location:

Tuggerah

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

R20, B1

 

Construction Period:

78 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Peter Wark 61 2 4379 7003

Pacific Highway Upgrade (Mildon Rd to Johnson Rd), Tuggerah Stage 2 img 1
Pacific Highway Upgrade (Mildon Rd to Johnson Rd), Tuggerah Stage 2 img 2
Pacific Highway Upgrade (Mildon Rd to Johnson Rd), Tuggerah Stage 2 img 3
 
 
 
 
Project:

F5 Widening (Northbound and Southbound Brookes Rd to Narellan Rd) - Stage 2

 

Client:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Description of Work:

The project involves the following:
• Widening of the carriageway to 4 lanes in both direction between Brooks Road and Campbelltown Road each 3.5m wide, with a 3.0m outer shoulder and a 1.0m inner shoulder;
• Widening of the carriageway to 3 lanes in both direction between Campbelltown Road and Narellan Road (identified as Section 3), each 3.5m wide, with a 3.0m outer shoulder and a 1.0m inner shoulder;
road Bunbury Curran Creek bridge for both southbound and northbound carriageways by 3.5 m;
• Construction of a shared pedestrian/cycle path bridge across the Hume Highway between Claymore and Woodbine;
• Strengthening of existing pavement by asphalt overlay on a substantial portion adjacent to the widening works.

 

Location:

Ingleburn

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS)

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$100 Million

 

Construction Period:

154 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Alan Thomas 61 2 9218 6888

F5 Widening (Northbound and Southbound Brookes Rd to Narellan Rd) - Stage 2 img 1
F5 Widening (Northbound and Southbound Brookes Rd to Narellan Rd) - Stage 2 img 2
F5 Widening (Northbound and Southbound Brookes Rd to Narellan Rd) - Stage 2 img 3
F5 Widening (Northbound and Southbound Brookes Rd to Narellan Rd) - Stage 2 img 4
F5 Widening (Northbound and Southbound Brookes Rd to Narellan Rd) - Stage 2 img 5
 
 
 
 
Project:

Dardanelles

 

Client:

RSL Lifecare Limited

 

Description of Work:

This project involves the complete supply, installation, testing, commissioning, certification and warranty of the civil services inclusive of the following activities;

 

The project includes:

• development and implementation of management systems and plans;
• installation of services, inclusive of storm water, sewerage, swale and cold water services
• environmental management;
• traffic control, including ingress and egress of vehicles to worksite;
• clearing; earthworks; drainage; flexible pavement construction;

 

Location:

Dardanelles

 

Client Organisation:

RSL Lifecare Limited

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Warren Smith and Partners Pty Ltd

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

$4.5 Million

 

Construction Period:

17 Weeks, completed December 2010

 

Dardenalles
 
 
Project:

MR92 Stage 2 - Bulee to Nerriga Between 44.2km and 53.4km West of Hames Rd, Nowra

 

Client:

RTA

 

Description of Work:

This project involves widening, realignment and sealing of 9 km of existing gravel road 44km west of Hames Road to Nerriga.

 

The project includes:

• development and implementation of management systems and plans;
• environmental management;
• traffic control, including ingress and egress of vehicles to worksite;
• clearing; earthworks; drainage; flexible pavement construction;
• 60m long, four span concrete bridge near Bulee Gap;
several high gabion and reinforced earth retaining walls along the steeply graded Bulee Gap;
a large fauna underpass designed to allow koalas and other wildlife to cross the road safely just east of the Endrick River.

 

Part of the work is through the western area of Morton National Park. It has remnants of the colonial heritage “Wool Road”, together with several Indigenous heritage sites and threatened flora species that are carefully preserved during construction.

 

Location:

Nerriga

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

RTA

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

R20

 

Construction Period:

70 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Bob Watson 61 2 4221 2406

MR92 Stage 2 - Bulee to Nerriga Between 44.2km and 53.4km West of Hames Rd, Nowra img 1
MR92 Stage 2 - Bulee to Nerriga Between 44.2km and 53.4km West of Hames Rd, Nowra img 2
MR92 Stage 2 - Bulee to Nerriga Between 44.2km and 53.4km West of Hames Rd, Nowra img 3
MR92 Stage 2 - Bulee to Nerriga Between 44.2km and 53.4km West of Hames Rd, Nowra img 4
MR92 Stage 2 - Bulee to Nerriga Between 44.2km and 53.4km West of Hames Rd, Nowra img 5
 
 
 
 
Project:

MR92- Tianjaras Hill

 

Client:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Description of Work:

The project involves the widening, realignment and sealing of approximately 21km of existing gravel road from Nowra to Nerriga, (Braidwood44.3 km south west of Hames Road, Nowra, and involves both reconstruction under traffic of existing road formation as well as the construction of new sections of road on improved alignments.

 

The works include the following construction activities:

• erosion and sedimentation control and other environmental protection measures;
• clearing of vegetation;
• major earthworks including construction of embankments, excavation in rock;
• stormwater and subsurface drainage;
• construction of retaining walls;
• installation of boundary fencing;
• mark Morton National Park boundary;
• construction of unbound pavement courses;
• surface treatment on bridges;
• 7/10 mm primer seal on new pavement;
• revegetation;
• signposting, pavement marking and roadside furnishings;
preparation and 10 mm bitumen sealing of the Tianjara Falls car park area;
maintenance of MR9244.3 km south west of Hames Road, Nowra for the duration of the Contract.

 

The road passes through Morton National Park and includes the environmentally sensitive Sassafras village area. There are also sections of Stage 3 west of Sassafras that are within the Sydney Catchment Authority (SCA) area.

 

Location:

Tianjara

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

RTA

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

R40

 

Construction Period:

60 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Alan Thomas 61 2 9218 6888

MR92 Stage 3 - Tianjara to Billy’s Hill img 1
MR92 Stage 3 - Tianjara to Billy’s Hill img 2
MR92 Stage 3 - Tianjara to Billy’s Hill img 3
MR92 Stage 3 - Tianjara to Billy’s Hill img 4
MR92 Stage 3 - Tianjara to Billy’s Hill img 5
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Project:

Bangor Stage 2

 

Client:

RTA

 

Description of Work:

The work to be carried out under the contract involves the construction of approximately 1.4 km of MR190 New Illawarra Road in the Shire of Sutherland, between Marsden Road and Recreation Drive to provide a four lane divided carriageway.

 

The project includes:

• construction of southbound and northbound carriageways with central median;
provision of a shared pedestrian path/cycleway on eastern side of New Illawarra Road from Old Illawarra Road west to Recreation Drive;
• landscaping improvements and noise walls.

 

The site of work is approximately 36 km by road south-west of Sydney. The works are to be constructed within and upon an operating road and are to be constructed adjacent to moving traffic. The work area is to be separated from traffic by barriers suitable for adjacent traffic speeds. The Works Under the Contract is to be carried out with the least possible disruption to traffic.

 

Activities to be undertaken during construction include, but are not limited to:

• site establishment;
• control of traffic including the provision of approved Traffic Management Plans to facilitate the construction of the works;
• provision of site accommodation for the Principal;
• searching for and protecting public utility services;
• maintenance of existing roadway as specified;
inspection and monitoring of existing stormwater drainage systems;
• permanent and temporary erosion and sedimentation controls;
• provision for pedestrians and cyclists;
removal and disposal of existing kerbs, gutters, footpaths, stormwater and other minor structures;
• reinforced concrete retaining walls;
installation of Hebel panel noise walls;
• earthworks including clearing and grubbing, removal and stockpiling of topsoil, excavation of cuttings, haulage of spoil material to stockpile for reuse or disposal off site as required, placing of general fill and upper zone material, and construction of Selected Material Zone using imported material;
reshaping of existing stockpile on western side of MR190 opposite Bishop Road, including removal of excess material to construct a new earth mound between Ch760 plus disposal of surplus material off site;
• lean-mix concrete sub-base pavement;
• asphalt intermediate and wearing courses;
• medians and traffic islands;
ancillary works, including new kerbs and/or gutters and paving of cycleways/footpaths and medians;
• drainage works (both surface and subsurface), including installation of spill control systems with Gross Pollutant Trap units plus an on-site detention tank;
• utility adjustments;
design and installation of pits and conduits for an underground Intelligent Transport System (ITS) cableway;
• streetlighting;
mill and resheet of existing pavement surface;
• road furniture;
• pavement marking and raised pavement markers;
• signposting;
• landscaping;
• opening to traffic;
• revegetation and landscaping of exposed new works as shown on the Landscape Drawings and of areas disturbed by your construction activities;
• clean up and restoration of your work areas and the areas disturbed by utility authorities in carrying out adjustments within the site;
• preparation of “work-as-executed” drawings.

 

Location:

Bangor

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

RTA

 

Anticipated Contract Value:

R40

 

Construction Period:

65 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Iain Macleod 61 2 9352 9500

 

Bangor Stage 2 img 1
Bangor Stage 2 img 2
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Project:

F5 Widening: Northbound between Camden Valley Way and Brooks Rd - Stage 1

 

Client:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Description of Work:

This Project involved the construction of new pavement and associated earthworks and drainage to provide widened pavement within the central depressed median on the northbound carriageway. The total length of the project is approximately 5.4 km. On completion there is four northbound lanes between Camden Valley Way and Brooks Road (Ch 00 to Ch 4020); three northbound lanes south of CH 4020 with two lanes connecting to the M5 and two lanes connecting to the M7 north of Camden Valley Way.

 

The project included:

• development and implementation of management systems and plans;
• environmental management;
• traffic control including ingress and egress of vehicles to worksite;
• modification of existing and installation of new street lighting;
• earthworks;
• application of a bituminous primer seal prior to placement of open graded asphalt wearing course to entire pavement area;
• supply and placement of a lean mix concrete sub-base pavement course and asphaltic concrete base pavement course for the widened carriageway and sections of reconstructed carriageway;
• removal of existing open graded asphalt wearing course and provision of new open graded asphalt wearing course over entire pavement area;
asphalt overlay over majority of existing carriageway south of Campbelltown Road overbridge to strengthen pavement;
surface drainage works including modification of existing stormwater drainage system;
milling and resurfacing of MacDonald Road underbridge;
• design, construction and maintenance of temporary cyclist detour;
design and construction of noisewalls;
• design and construction of an underground Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS);
• construction of reinforced concrete footings for future overhead gantries to support ITS signs;
• vegetation and landscaping;
• relocation of Emergency telephones;
• preparation of "works-as-executed" drawings.

 

Location:

Ingleburn

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

RTA

 

Contract Value:

R40

 

Construction Period:

122 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Michael Donohoe 61 438 219 682

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Project:

Pacific Highway Upgrade (Anzac Rd to Mildon Rd), Tuggerah Stage 1

 

Client:

Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

 

Description of Work:

The work at Tuggerah involved the widening of the existing highway to two lanes in each direction, utilising as much of the existing pavement as possible. A footpath with wide shoulder and limited on-road parking was provided along the western (northbound) side, while a two-way cycleway was provided on the eastern (southbound) side. Intersection upgrades included traffic control signals at Anzac Road and a roundabout at Mildon Road. The existing Pacific Highway at Tuggerah had one lane in each direction and was to be reconstructed to cater for two lanes in each direction with turning bays and provide improved intersection controls. In addition the facilities for pedestrians and cyclists was to be improved.

 

The project included:

• property adjustments;
• roadworks;
• drainage works;
• bridgeworks;
• adjustments to the existing traffic signals at the intersection with Anzac Road and making provision for the installation of CCTV camera;
construction of a roundabout at the intersection with Mildon Road;
provision of shared pedestrian and cycleway;
• road furniture;
• landscaping;
• street lighting.

 

Location:

Tuggerah

 

Client Organisation:

Roads and Traffic Authority

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

RTA / Hyder

 

Contract Value:

R20

 

Construction Period:

54 weeks

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Peter Wark 61 2 4379 7003

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Project:

Tarcutta Truck Parking Facility, Tarcutta

 

Description of Work:

This project involved the complete construction of truck parking facilities at Tarcutta. The project involved construction of storm water drainage with a surface area of approximately 35000 M2 in a low lying valley discharging into a newly constructed sediment basin was environmentally protected. Total earthworks preparation had 10500 m3 of cut to fill and a general fill import balance of approximately 8000m3 to make up of a sound subgrade. The sub base pavement was of lean mix (Approx 3000 M3) which was batched on site by means of the Kypter Group Portable Concrete Batch Plant set up on site. The Base pavement comprised 5000 M3 of 32 MPA jointed concrete base. This was batched on site as well. Both the sub base and base pavement was paved using the Kypter Group GomacoTo fully facilitate a safe operation of the new truck parking facility there was a need to widen and strengthen the existing highway with flexible pavement. New safety barrier systems was installed against newly constructed 2m high structural walls on either sides of parking bay containing the facility to better the situation noise screens were installed on top of the walls to minimise noise during night change over trucking operations. The whole site required new street lighting system to illuminate the facility at night. This was a complex project comprising a variety of construction activities which has impressed the client whilst dealing with Nace Civil Engineering's.

 

Location:

Tarcutta

 

Client Organisation:

Wagga Wagga City Council

 

Consultant / Supervising Authorities:

Phillip Cross

 

Contract Value:

K2 R5

 

Construction Period:

6 months

 

Contract Type:

RTA GC21

 

Client Details:

Wagga Wagga City Council. Phillip Cross (Manager Technical Support) 61 2 6926 9100

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