Civmec was awarded a significant package for the supply of precast elements for bridge structures on the Pacific Highway Upgrade.
Awarded by the Acciona Ferrovial Joint Venture – the joint venture of two major European construction companies – Civmec will manufacture and deliver bridge barriers and transfloor panels for the 20-kilometre Warrell Creek and Nambucca Heads portion of works.
The project required the establishment of our 30,000m2 precast facility in Macksville, NSW (pictured), which includes a crane system capable of lifting 100 tonne in a single lift.
The Pacific Highway Upgrade is one of the largest road infrastructure projects in New South Wales. Connecting Sydney to Brisbane, the project is funded by the Australian and NSW governments.
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