CMC has been engaged by the Department of Transport and Main Roads to upgrade the roundabout on the eastern approach as well as the circulatory carriageway on the southern section of the roundabout to three lanes.

Completed: expected December 2017

Value: $6 million

Client: Transport and Main Roads

This project involves the upgrade of the Pacific Highway between Ourimbah Street at Lisarow and Glen Road at Ourimbah, NSW. The upgrade will improve traffic flow and travel times for around 29,000 motorists travelling this 1.6-kilometre section of highway each day and will also improve safety for motorists, pedestrians and road users.

Completed: expected July 2018

Value: $41 Million

Client: Roads and Maritime Services

CMC has been engaged to remove the existing roundabouts and replace with traffic lights on Wyong Road, Tumbi Umbi to reduce congestion during peak hours.

Completed: expected July 2018

Value: $20 million

Client: Roads and Maritime Services

The upgrade involves the demolition of the existing Cape River Bridge and causeway and the construction of a new, higher and wider 200-metre-long bridge approximately 2 kilometres of approach roads located 50-metres to the east of the existing structure.

Completed: expected mid 2018 (dependent on the wet season)

Value: $17 million

Client: Transport and Main Roads

CMC has been engaged to construct the 29 kilometre Mein Deviation project as part of the Australian and Queensland Government’s commitment to upgrade transport infrastructure in the Cape York Region.

Completed: early 2016 (dependent on the wet season)

Value: $14 million

Client: Transport and Main Roads

CMC has been engaged to construct a critical overtaking lane on the Bruce Highway between Benaraby and Rockhampton

Completed: expected November 2015

Value: $5.5 million

Client: Transport and Main Roads

As a result of major flooding across Queensland, the road network sustained significant damage between January and April 2010 and flood events in 2011

Completed: April 2013

Value: $52.2 million

Client: Transport and Main Roads

The Princes Highway Upgrade, Termeil Creek forms part of RMS’ vision to deliver modern highway standards across its existing network.

Completed: March 2016

Value: $23 million

Client: Roads and Maritime Services

In 2011 a section of Flagstaff Road within Isla Gorge National Park had been repaired using a gabion basket wall. In 2014 the gabion basket failed and the road required repair work and an alternate solution to provide safe access along Flagstaff Road.

Completed: March 2015

Value: $1.3 million

Client: Banana Shire Council

The project is located approximately 50 kilometres north of Coffs Harbour between two other upgraded sections of the Pacific Highway: Halfway Creek upgrade to the south and Glenugie upgrade to the north.

Completed: expected mid 2017

Value: $138 million

Client: Roads and Maritime Services

The works formed part of Council’s Gowrie Creek Catchment Management Strategy which involved a series of flood mitigation works upstream from the Toowoomba CBD.

Completed: October 2014

Value: $8.5m

Client: Toowoomba Regional Council

This project is a combined bridge and roadworks project for Port of Bundaberg which was owned and operated by Port of Brisbane Corporation. The project links Bundaberg Port Marina with the community and businesses in Burnett Heads, and halves the distance between the two points.

Completed: March 2010

Value: $4.4m

Client: Port of Brisbane Corporation

CMC was engaged to undertake the GC09 bulk earthworks and civil works south of Hanson Road contract as part of the Stage 1 works to develop Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET).

Completed: February 2013

Value: $72m

Client: Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal

As part of the National Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA), CMC was engaged as part of a panel of three civil contractors to perform extensive restoration works to Council infrastructure caused by major flood events.

Completed: Late 2014

Value: $45.5m

Client: Toowoomba Regional Council

As part of South Burnett Regional Council’s (SBRC) 2014/15 capital works program, SBRC engaged CMC to design and construct two timber bridges to replace two existing ones.

Completed: January 2015

Value: $2.7m

Client: South Burnett Regional Council

Located in Wongawallan in the Gold Coast hinterland, work involved upgrading 1.1 kilometres of the Tamborine-Oxenford Road between Welches Road and Kriedeman Road, into a ten metre wide bitumen surfaced formation.

Completed: November 2011

Value: $7.7m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

The Southern Queensland Accelerated Road Rehabilitation Project (SQARRP) replaced 31 timber bridges on trategic road networks across 600 kilometres in southern Queensland from Stanthorpe to North of Bundaberg.

Completed: December 2009

Value: $131m

Client: Transport and Main Roads (TMR)

Works comprised road infrastructure repairs including road drainage reconstruction, floodway reconstruction, sealing, and road pavement reconstruction including both sealed and unsealed with additional work along nine floodways and a major slip repair.

Completed: June 2014

Value: $14.5

Client: South Burnett Regional Council

Damage was spread across the Council area and largely involved road maintenance works and reconstruction/rehabilitation of floodways.

Completed: January 2014

Value: $14.2

Client: South Burnett Regional Council

As part of the National Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA), CMC was engaged to perform extensive restoration works to rehabilitate and replace Council infrastructure that had been damaged during the severe flood events of 2011.

Completed: December 2012

Value: $21.3m

Client: South Burnett Regional Council

CMC’s scope broadly involved clearing and grubbing, earthworks, drainage, asphalt and granular pavements, overlays and delineation, road furniture, barriers and road lighting, and landscaping.

Completed: August 2013

Value: $7.1m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

Works largely involved demolition and replacement of existing bridges over road and water, widening of existing bridges, subsoil drainage, traffic barriers, road furniture, ITS, electrical and lighting.

Completed: December 2014

Value: $76m

Client: Transport and Main Roads (TMR)

CMC was engaged by the Eastern Pipeline Alliance as a full sub-alliance member to deliver the pump station and associated works

Completed: May 2008

Value: $20m

Client: Eastern Pipeline Alliance

The program works consisted of road pavement maintenance, reconstruction and rehabilitation of both sealed and unsealed roads, road drainage reconstruction, and rehabilitation and floodway reconstruction.

Completed: June 2014

Value: $33m

Client: North Burnett Regional Council

The project includes earthworks, extensive clearing and grubbing, subgrade treatments, unbound pavements, sprayed bituminous surfacing, drainage infrastructure, line marking and the installation of signs.

Completed: August 2015

Value: $7.5m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

Carrying in excess of 27,000 vehicles daily, the road surface had significantly deteriorated between Southport-Nerang Road and Cotlew Street. CMC was awarded a maintenance and pavement reconstruction contract to increase safety and improve driving conditions along this stretch of the Labrador-Carrara Road.

Completed: December 2011

Value: $4.8m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

CMC was engaged to undertake pavement reconstruction and floodway rehabilitation works on Hervey Range Road between Townsville and Battery.

Completed: June 2014

Value: $21m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

Gregory Highway 27B works included repair work to the highway in the Central Highlands region between Emerald and Clermont.

Completed: October 2012

Value: $51m

Client: Transport and Main Roads (TMR)

Located approximately nine kilometres west of Rockhampton, CMC delivered a new rail overpass bridge above the Capricorn Highway and North Coast Rail line, along with approximately four kilometres of access roads between the highway, Somerset Road and Boongary Road.

Completed: March 2013

Value: $30m

Client: Transport and Main Roads (TMR)

The 2013 tropical cyclone Oswald and associated rainfall and flooding significantly damaged the Gordonbrook Dam spillway. South Burnett Regional Council received betterment funding to repair the floor of the spillway, together with provision for a shotcrete batter.

Completed: December 2014

Value: $1.9m

Client: South Burnett Regional Council

Construction of the Francis Road Rail Overpass above the North Coast Line connects Francis Road with Gympie Road and Youngs Crossing Road.

Completed: February 2013

Value: $19.2m

Client: Moreton Bay Regional Council

CMC was engaged to construct a new prestressed concrete bridge to replace the existing timber bridge which was over 50 years old and had significantly deteriorated with many timber piles requiring strengthening or replacement.

Completed: April 2011

Value: $5.3m

Client: Sunshine Coast Regional Council

The project included bulk earthworks, pavement construction, challenging tie-ins that were over one kilometre and grade separated by up to 2.5 metres under live traffic, Super-T girder bridge with insitu post tensioned central headstock, major retaining walls, and concrete barriers.e

Completed: January 2012

Value: $29.6m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

This project involved completion of pavement works to the majority of the new 12 kilometre Bruce Highway alignment, three new bridges including embankment approaches, realignment of Coles Creek Road, stabilised pavements, deep lift asphalt, traffic management, services relocations, clearing and grubbing, finishing works to drains and drainage structures, road furniture, street lighting, landscaping and ITS.

Completed: April 2012

Value: $70.5m

Client: Transport and Main Roads (TMR)

Works involved four laning of the Bruce Highway, north and south-bound turning lanes, improvements to three signalised intersections, traffic signals, medians, footpaths, driveways, retaining walls, drainage, culverts, signage, line marking, services relocations, lighting, and landscaping.

Completed: February 2010

Value: $11.4m

Client: Transport and Main Roads

Due to significant damage caused by the major flood events of 2011, Bundaberg Regional Council engaged CMC to undertake the NDRRA Stabilisation Package to rehabilitate and reconstruct essential Council infrastructure.

Completed: October 2013

Value: $24.3m

Client: Bundaberg Regional Council

The North South works contract primarily involved a wide range of activities including insitu stabilisation of the road surface using cement or cementitious blends, gravel re-sheeting, major and minor patching, concrete floodways and causeways, culvert remediation and maintenance, pavement spray seals, asphalt overlays and embankment repairs.

Completed: October 2013

Value: $20.2m

Client: Bundaberg Regional Council

CMC was awarded this contract to rehabilitate and reconstruct essential Council infrastructure that had been damaged by the 2013 floods.

Completed: September 2014

Value: $30.7m

Client: Bundaberg Regional Council

CMC was engaged to undertake repairs to various road pavements and drainage improvements within the operational refinery.

Completed: January 2011

Value: $400000

Client: BP

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