In an Australian first, the Darlington Upgrade Project team manufactured a 180 m long bridge in a compound adjacent to the project site and moved it 500 m to its final position over the Southern Expressway entrance.
In an Australian first, the Darlington Upgrade Project team manufactured a 180 m long bridge in a compound adjacent to the project site and moved it 500 m to its final position over the Southern Expressway entrance using Self-Propelled Modular Trailer (SPMT) equipment.
The Darlington Upgrade Project reached a key milestone in late November with the move of Bridge Two from its construction compound to its final position over the Southern Expressway entrance.
In what is an Australian first, the project team manufactured a 3,000 tonne, 180 m long bridge in a construction compound adjacent to the existing highway and moved it 500 m into position using SPMT Equipment.
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