Design and Construction of Crossings in the Snowy District

Design and construction of 10 crossings in the Snowy District, including 6 bridges and 4 culvert structures.

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Department Environment, Land, Water & Planning (DELWP) VIC


Gippsland, VIC


Design and Construction

Contract Value

$6.5 Million

Start Date

March 2022

Completion Date

April 2023

This project involves the design and construction of 10 crossings in the Snowy District, and forms part of DEWLP’s larger Roads and Fixed Assets works program. This program is to ensure that the road, bridge or culvert structures that are in poor or unsafe condition as a result of their age or the effects of flood or fire, and that are nearing the end of their serviceable life, are replaced.
This work will assist in providing safe and efficient access and egress to large tracts of public land, to enhance supporting fire management activities, including movement of critical heavy firefighting equipment whilst also improving public access.

Scope of Works

The project comprises 10 separable portions of works, with the scope of work including, but not limited to:

  • Quality, Safety, Environmental and Worksite and Traffic Management
  • Design Management
  • Survey and set out of the works
  • Mobilisation and Site Establishment
  • Provision of As-Constructed drawings
  • Clearing and grubbing and trimming of vegetation
  • Construction of earthworks formation
  • Construction of subbase and base pavement
  • Supply and placement of rock beaching
  • Stormwater Drainage
  • Construction of six (6) bridges and four (4) culvert structures
  • Installation of Road Furniture (e.g. Signs, Guideposts etc)
  • Demolition of existing structures
  • Installation of approach guardrail and railings

Environmental Management

Environmental protection and management is critical for this project, with works requiring planning and to be carried out with minimal disturbance to the Ecological Vegetation Classes (EVC’s) and the Rainforest Site of Significance (RSOS). The projects also involves compliance with vegetation removal requirements, and weed and seed controlled through washdown methods. With some project works located within the East Gippsland crayfish catchment area, management of sediment runoff, erosion control, natural water flow and water quality is also important.

Delivering solutions.

We are committed to outstanding project management and delivery regardless of the scale or the intricacy of the work.