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    Mackay West Package Road Reconstruction

    ACCIONA was awarded in a Joint Venture by Transport and Main Roads to undertake the repair and rehabilitation of the Mackay West Package road network in January 2012.

     

    This project included pavement rehabilitation under live traffic conditions, and posed many challenges in the sheer geographical nature of sites and resource availability in the region. The extent of works on 5 transport routes surrounding the Bowen Basin included the reconstruction of approximately 96km of road spread over 43 sites located more than 250km West of Mackay encompassed by the townships of Nebo, Collinsville, Belyando Crossing and Clermont.

    General information

    Location
    Mackay – Whitsunday Region, QLD, Queensland, Australia
    Our role
    Construction
    Infrastructure
    96km road reconstruction
    Project value
    $AU 105 million
    Completion date
    2014

    Project Milestones

    ACCIONA and its JV partner were responsible for delivering the following superior outcomes:

    • Additional works awarded to ACCIONA and its JV partner, a testament to client satisfaction.
    • Zero LTI throughout the project 400,000+ tonnes of gravel placed Original works completed 2 months ahead of schedule.

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