Raymont & Grange Roads intersection upgrade
This contract was broken into three Separable Portions which included construction of a dedicated right turn lane from Grange Road into Raymont Road, the implementation of a separate right turn signal phase and construction of a dedicated left-turn lane from Grange Road into Raymont Road for northbound traffic.
Management of the program and communication with stakeholders were key to the success of the works. A well-executed Community Liaison Plan was developed as works affected the frontage of 18 properties, requiring detailed planning and coordination with Brisbane City Council regarding notification of the works.
In addition to this, given the nature and location of the works and to alleviate Council and public concerns regarding noise, ALLROADS were able shift a large portion of works from originally night-time works and complete these during day shift works. This afforded the residents of the area some respite during construction.
Adding further complexity to the project were the multiple Public Utility Providers (PUP) requiring works in the area. Therefore, ALLROADS undertook sequencing of works in order to maximise access dates and areas for these PUP’s. Our creative programming and construction methodologies also enabled ALLROADS to mitigate delays caused by 3rd party service providers who required shift services.
- Construction works in a high-traffic volume intersection
Works involving the resumption of properties
Specialised tree clearing
Retaining wall demolition and construction
Complex service infrastructure relocation, installation and modification
Complex and changing traffic management plans requiring implementation
Working with Utility Providers (PUP) to facilitate installation of services in new trench alignments
Road widening including profiling, asphalt installation and final linemarking
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