Last Precast Girder Erected on the New Bridge over the Clarence River at Harwood
30 July 2018
The last of 144 girders have been lifted into place on 18 July 2018 on the bridge over the Clarence River at Harwood, as part of the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade. Brady Marine & Civil and our Client Acciona Ferrovial Joint Venture have been working collaboratively with Roads and Maritime Services and Pacific Complete to complete this part of the upgrade. The upgrade is jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments.
Last River Pile Installed at Grafton Bridge Project
27 February 2018
Brady Marine & Civil Grafton team recently completed the last bored pile on the marine portion of the new Grafton bridge project in Northern NSW. The NSW Government is funding this $240 million project which involves building an additional 525 metre bridge 70 metres downstream from the existing road and rail bridge. The Brady subcontract works include all five river piers and the installation of the associated 65T pre-cast skirts on the project, which is being delivered for Fulton Hogan and Roads and Maritime Services.
Last land pile driven for the new bridge over the Clarence River at Harwood
24 November 2017
Last week Brady Marine & Civil’s Harwood team completed the last land driven pile for the new bridge over the Clarence River at Harwood, which is the longest bridge on the Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade.
Success in Queensland Earth Awards
We are pleased to announce our success at this year’s Earth Awards, with the Rubyanna River Discharge project collecting the Category 2 award at the Civil Contractors Federation Queensland awards last Friday night.
Commencement of Marine Works for Grafton Bridge
After arriving in Yamba in April 2017, our barge the Maeve Anne has arrived in Grafton for the delivery of marine works associated with the construction of Roads and Marine Services’ new Grafton bridge project.
Homebush Bay Bridge Official Opening
Managing Director Paul Brady was pleased to be in attendance at the official opening of the Homebush Bay bridge – now renamed Bennelong Bridge – on Sunday 22 May.
First Pile Driven on Barangaroo Ferry Hub Project
Our heavy-lift construction barge Maeve Anne is currently in Sydney Harbour to service works on our recently secured marine piling subcontract at the Barangaroo Ferry Hub.
New General Manager Appointed
Brady Marine & Civil are pleased to introduce David Brough to the business in the role of General Manager.
First Precast Bridge Girder Erected Over Nerang River, Gold Coast Light Rail Project
Using their heavy-lift vessel Leanora, Brady Marine & Civil recently erected the first of the 60 tonne precast girders over the Nerang River for the Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) bridge. A total of 8 girders were erected over a 3 day period to complete the first two of the twelve spans in the bridge.
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