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Tewantin Bypass Stage 1, Sunshine Coast

Tewantin Bypass Stage 1, Sunshine Coast, SE Qld (2021-2022)

This $7m project involved replacing the existing T intersection of Cooroy-Noosa Rd and Beckmans Rd with an effective roundabout and local service road. Construction was completed whilst maintaining existing traffic flows and residential access. Extensive planning, traffic management and community liaison arrangements were required by SGQ while working in the high-traffic volume location. The Project was completed for Noosa Shire Council.

Tewantin Bypass Stage 1, Sunshine Coast, SE Qld (2021-2022)

Scope of Work

  • Staged demolition of Existing Infrastructure
  • Clearing, Grubbing and Topsoil Mgmt
  • Construction of new roundabout network inclusive of Traffic Lanes, Cycle Lanes and a Separated Off-Road Pathway
  • Extensive communication and stakeholder consultation involving local businesses, school, residents and aged care facility
  • Detailed traffic management aligned to construction-staging
  • PUP management including electricity & fiber-optic
  • Bulk excavation to spoil and import of embankment materials
  • Construction and monitoring of preloaded embankment
  • Extension of existing twin cell culverts (1350mm) including end structures
  • Stormwater and subsoil drainage
  • Unbound and Plant Mixed Foamed Bitumen Stabilized Pavements
  • Bitumen Seal and HD Asphalt
  • Rate 3 Street lighting infrastructure
  • Concrete kerbing, traffic islands, pedestrian refuges and pathways
  • Road Network Signage, Line marking, Landscaping and Maintenance Program

Notable Aspects

  • Successful Collaboration and positive result for both the Principal and Superintendent
  • Safe Traffic mgmt. of the 19,000 VPD location in co-ordination with construction activities
  • Successful 1st implementation of Plant mixed foam bitumen pavement for Noosa Shire Council
  • Safe Construction activities occurring in proximity to live traffic lanes (condensed project footprint)
  • Project delivered as per program (with EOT’s for inclement weather) despite 2,811mm of rain during scheduled construction
  • Value Engineering Methods Incorporated;
    • Re-use of existing Insitu embankment and pavement materials reducing imported material requirement
    • Use of geo-grids as an alternative subgrade treatment option, in lieu of remove and replacing unsuitable materials
    • Alternative seal designs presented & approved in benefit of scheduled works

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