Gore Highway (Toowoomba To Millmerran)

Location: Gore Highway, Queensland
Client: Department of Transport and Main Roads
Status: Completed March, 2014
Value: $69.5 Million
Capability: Civil Engineering
Sector: Government, Transport
Service: Construct Only

The FKG Group completed the Gore Highway (Toowoomba to Millmerran) project as part of the Queensland Government’s TNRP Flood Restoration Program.

To complete the project, more than 455,000m² of foam bitumen stabilisation, 7,490,000 litres of bitumen primary stabilising agent and 7,250 tonnes of lime secondary stabilising agent were utilised. The project also included sections of cement stabilisation, asphalt works, culvert construction and full-depth reconstruction of pavement totalling a combined distance of 45kms.

The project experienced a large amount of traffic flowing through the site due to the Gore Highway’s status as a major freight route between Queensland and New South Wales. The FKG Group undertook extensive engagement with major transport groups and local landowners to maximise awareness of potential delays among regular road users.

RECOGNITION: FINALIST 2014 Work Health and Safety Category – Austab Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Association Awards of Excellence

  • STATE WINNER Civil Contractor Award – Gore Highway Rehabilitation – MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION (QMBA)

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