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Hale St Link Bridge

ClientHale Street Link Alliance (Seymour White, Macmahon Constructions, Bouygues Travaux Publics in alliance with Hyder Consulting and principal, Brisbane City Council)

Value$8m

Project datesFebruary 2009 – April 2010

LocationQueensland

StatusCompleted


About the project

The Hale Street Link Bridge was a significant inner-city infrastructure project and a key component of Brisbane City Council's long-term transport objectives: bringing relief to bridge crossings and improved accessibility for motorists, public transport, pedestrians and cyclists.

The project included a four-lane bridge over the Brisbane River plus a two-lane viaduct on Coronation Drive over the Hale Street intersection on the river’s north side. The main bridge, a 300m, three-span, two-pier, concrete balanced cantilever bridge, was the first inner-city vehicular bridge built in Brisbane since 1972.

Lis-Con completed formwork, reinforcement and concrete pour works on various structures including the main span, the northern pile cap and column, and the northern abutment and pedestrian underpass.

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Works:

  • 500m2 of 1m thick base slabs
  • a 25m abutment, 1.8m x 1.6m (H x W)
  • Approximately 100 linear metres of 3.5m-high walls
  • 500m2 of suspended decks

Lis-Con carried out all FRP works and supplied supervision and engineering support for constructing the northern abutment and pedestrian underpass. All underpass works were finished to a Class 1 finish. Works were completed in just over 12 weeks and construction was achieved during a 24-hour cycle, 7 days per week. These works were critically important to HSLA’s program and its timely completion was a key milestone.

An essential element of the brief was for the Bicentennial Bikeway to remain open during construction. As the Bikeway ran through the construction site on the river’s north side, cutting the site in two, careful planning was critically important to the project’s success.

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