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    Australian Precast Solutions (APS)

    Australian Precast Solutions Pty Ltd (APS) is a precast concrete facility in Macksville, NSW. APS manufacture a range of prestressed and reinforced concrete products, including concrete girders, planks, Super-T bridge beams, noise walls, barriers, arches and other precast products.

    Our extensive technical assistance and in-house engineering design team can also provide optimal solutions using precast concrete elements.

    APS is a fully prequalified to produce precast and prestressed components for NSW Roads and Maritime Services, Transport and Main Roads Queensland and VicRoads. They have a proven track record in delivery, including Chain of Responsibility obligations.

    Since establishing this purpose-built manufacturing facility in 2008, our team has produced an average of 2,000 tonnes of precast components per month, peaking at 8,000 tonnes during high-production periods.

    During this time, Australian Precast Solutions has serviced a diverse range of major engineering and civil projects, including but not limited to:

    Macleay River and Floodplain Bridge, NSW - 3.2km high-level bridge spanning Macleay River and Frogmore Floodplain is the longest road bridge in Australia. APS manufactured 941 prestressed Super-T girders, each 34m long and 1500mm deep.

    Nambucca Heads to Urunga - Pacific Highway Upgrade, NSW - 22km of four-lanes of dual carriageway, 36 bridges including a five-span twin bridge over the Kalang River. APS supplied a variety of Super-T beams, parapets, box culverts, precast wing walls and pile caps for this project.

    Oxley Highway to Kundabung - Pacific Highway Upgrade, NSW - 23km upgrade of the Pacific Highway to a four-lane divided highway with a large number of bridge structures including major crossings over the Hastings River and Wilson River with lengths of 570m and 522m respectively. APS supplied over 200 Super-T beams, custom-designed prestressed planks and pilecaps for the Wilson and Hastings River sections.

    Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade - The W2B project involves the duplication of approximately 155 kilometres of road to a four-lane divided road on the Pacific Highway in northern NSW. The W2B project starts about six kilometres north of Woolgoolga (north of Coffs Harbour) and ends about six kilometres south of Ballina. The W2B project provides the missing link to a four-lane divided carriageway between Hexham and the Queensland State border. APS supplied 2237 custom-designed prestressed winged planks, 230 Abutments and 235 headstocks across the entire length of the project.

    Richmond River Bridge - As part of the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade APS supplied 234 Super-T’s, 25 custom designed Headstock Shells, 9 custom designed Pile Cap Shells and 420 Parapets.

    Garden Island (East) Critical Infrastructure Recovery Project - Construction of a new wharf at the northern end of Garden Island (East) to meet the berthing and maintenance requirements of the Commonwealth Department of Defence. APS supplied 174 Beams and 122 Capping Panels for Stage one of this project.

    The Northern Road Stage 2 - Stage 2 Upgrade of The Northern Road and Bringelly Road involves both major roads being widened from generally two traffic lanes to become four-lane roads together with kerbside bus lanes, plus a wide central median to allow for future widening to six main traffic lanes. APS supplied 48 parapets and 319 precast retaining wall panels.

    The Northern Road Stage 3 - widening two undivided lanes to a four-lane divided road, plus kerbside bus lanes. It generally follows the existing road alignment and includes the reconstruction of the crucial M4 Motorway Interchange with The Northern Road. APS supplied 502 plain and patterned precast noise wall panels.

    Westconnex M4-M5 Link Tunnels - Construction of twin 7.5km four lane mainline motorway tunnels between the M4 East Haberfield and the New M5 at St Peters. APS supplied 64 precast prestressed Super T beams for the ventilation cut and cover structure at St Peters Interchange.

    Other projects that APS have been involved in include: Inner Northern Busway, Brisbane, Great Western Highway Upgrade - Lawson Alliance, NSW, Hume Highway Upgrade - Woomargama Bypass, NSW, Ipswich Motorway, Qld, Pacific Highway Upgrade - Banora Point Upgrade, NSW, Bulk Water Alliance, Canberra, Pacific Highway Upgrade - Sapphire to Woolgoolga, NSW, Hunter Expressway, NSW, Olympic Drive, Sydney, RailCorp Bridge Deck, Salt Pan Creek, NSW, Redbank Tunnel Deviation, Tahmoor, NSW, Pacific Highway Upgrade -Tintenbar to Ewingsdale, NSW, Coffs Harbour Health Campus, NSW, Parkes Way, Queanbeyan, M5 West Widening, Sydney, Castle Towers, Sydney, Epping to Thornleigh Third Track, Sydney, CBD Alliance, Sydney.

     

     

    General information

    Location: Macksville, NSW

    Contract Type: Construct only

    Completion date: Ongoing

    key Features

    Key features APS deliver a wide range of precast concrete products including:

    Prestressed Bridge Components

    • Super-T beams
    • Planks
    • Deck units
    • Piles

    Post-Tensioned Elements

    • Bridge beams
    • Slabs
    • Custom-designed elements

    Reinforced Concrete Products

    • Piles
    • Headstocks
    • Pile caps
    • Parapets
    • Walls & barriers
    • Custom-designed elements

    Building Products

    • Transfloor slabs
    • Prestressed floor beams
    • Custom-designed elements

    Environmental information

    Environmental Protection Licence 20029

    Location of Monitoring Points 20029

    Pollution Incident Response Management Summary 20029

    Environmental Protection Licence Monitoring Data:

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