Old Cleveland Road Upgrade
In April 2019 ALLROADS commenced upgrade works on Old Cleveland Road for Brisbane City Council as part of Councils’ Construction and Rehabilitation of Transport and Drainage Infrastructure works panel.
The goal of the project was to reduce traffic congestion by widening a section of the Old Cleveland Road westbound carriageway, from the Northbound Gateway Motorway off-ramp intersection heading East.
Works undertaken included: drainage works, working around PUP’s, upgrading street lighting, resurfacing and widening Old Cleveland Road. Additional scope items requested by BCC during construction included tree removal/trimming and Glider Pole D&C.
Works were constructed under live traffic and involved strategic staging to reduce disruption to the public including motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians on this busy arterial road. Therefore, the majority of the works were carried out at night to achieve minimal impact to road users and local residents and avoid peak road user times.
Pavement design provided a challenge in its construction due to the varying crossfall and batter grades and narrow widths. However, ALLROADS detailed program and construction methodology ensured construction works were delivered on time, to specification and within budget.
Complex traffic management on busy DTMR-controlled arterial road
Drainage works consisting of 50m of new RCP’s, concrete gullies, 600m of subsoil drainage (Type D and ACO Traffik drains), and 180m of kerb & channel (TMR Types 5, 6 and 7)
Unbound pavement sub-base and deeplift structural AC10 & AC14 asphalt inclusive of PMB seal, C170 seal and AMC0 prime
11,00m2 mill and fill of the existing pavement and resurfacing with AC14 wearing course including strain alleviating membranes and tack coat
Ancillary road widening works including erosion & sediment control, clearing & grubbing, road signs, line marking, pram ramps, and landscaping
Upgrade of mains power and road lighting infrastructure, including 4x new street lights
Design and Construct 1x Glider Pole (Fauna Management)
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