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GAWB – offline water storage facility

In February 2017, GAWB, Queensland engaged Golding to construct a 12ML offline water storage facility which includes civil, building, mechanical and electrical works. The civil works included a zoned earthen dam embankment, reinforced concrete spillway, shotcrete batter protection, large reinforced concrete pits, MSCL and Sintakote watermains up to 1290dia and upgrade of the TMR Benaraby […]

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Kogan Creek Levee

Building upon existing mining relationship with CS Energy, Golding was engaged to raise the height of the existing perimeter levee by two metres to provide additional flood immunity. Golding worked with CS Energy to identify suitable material from within the mine site, and to deliver the project ahead of the required date. Golding utilised local […]

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Roys Road and Bells Creek Interchange

The Roys Road and Bells Creek Interchange project for the Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) improved safety for local and highway traffic, accommodated future traffic growth and improved connectivity between local communities. The project involved an upgrade of the Bruce Highway intersection at Bells Creek including the replacement of two at-grade intersections with […]

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Dawson Highway timber bridge replacement

Golding completed the replacement of five existing low level timber bridges with 5 new precast prestressed concrete bridges on behalf of the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland. The new structures improved flood immunity and increased transport efficiencies with weight restrictions being lifted from this section of the Dawson Highway. The five project sites […]

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Coomera to Helensvale rail duplication

This project involved the duplication of the last remaining section of single track, approximately 8.2km in length, on the Gold Coast line between Helensvale and Coomera. Golding had previously completed duplication projects for QR north and south of this section. Many staff from these earlier projects were able to re-use their valuable experience again in […]

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GLNG Marine Operations Terminal

The Marine Operations Terminal (MOT) was constructed as a base for the transfer of personnel between Gladstone and the LNG plants on Curtis Island to support ongoing operations. It is located near the RG Tanna Coal Terminal in the Port of Gladstone, Queensland. The MOT infrastructure comprises of: Heavy vehicle access road and marshalling, inspection […]

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Road and drainage works under NDRRA

In July 2016, Rockhampton Regional Council engaged Golding to restore road and drainage infrastructure damaged by Tropical Cyclone Marcia in February 2015. The works were concentrated on approximately 300 streets in the urban areas of Rockhampton, Gracemere and Mount Morgan. In addition to the NDRRA restoration works, a number of culvert and road improvements works […]

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Dalrymple Bay rail loop & quarry dam raising

In February 2015 Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Management (DBCTM) engaged Golding to carry out a project for the construction of a new eastern storage dam with the DBCT Rail Loop as well as the diversion of the Grendon Creek and raising of the dam embankmentwest of the coal stockyard. The outcome of this project was […]

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Gladstone NDRRA road and drainage

In January 2016, Gladstone Regional Council engaged Golding to restore road and drainage infrastructure damaged by ex-Tropical Cyclone Marcia in February 2015. The works were concentrated throughout the western part of the Gladstone Regional Shire and formed part of the broader NDRRA program that is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Queensland State Governments. The […]

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Baralaba coal train load out

The construction of a new 5.5km Rail Loop and Train Load Out facility located near Moura was required to facilitate the increase in coal exports from the Baralaba Coal Mine. Golding delivered all Civil works for Baralaba Coal to construct the new facility, including extensive earthworks and road works across the site. New borrow pits […]

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Moura West Rail

To allow the increase in coal exports from the Baralaba Coal Mine, a 6.5km extension to the existing Moura rail line into a new 5.5km Rail Loop and Train Load Out facility located 3km from Moura was required. Golding delivered all Civil works for Aurizon for the 6.5km extension, with exception to the ballast and […]

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Woolgoolga to Ballina

Project is the first stage (of 3) of the early works (soft soil treatments) for approximately 7.6km of the future upgrade of the Pacific Highway from Woolgoolga to Ballina. Project involves construction of embankments, surcharges, stability berms, wick drain installation and relocation of water and sewer services. A key challenge of the project is the […]

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Gladstone NDRRA (Stage 1 & 3)

Gladstone Regional Council engaged Golding to undertake Stage 1 and Stage 3 restoration works on parts of Gladstone Regional Council’s road and drainage infrastructure which were damaged by severe weather and flood events in 2010 and 2011. The works focused on arterial routes connecting Gladstone to areas such as the Discovery Coast. The projects involve […]

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Bundaberg NDRRA

This project was in response to the January 2013 rains from ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald that severely affected the Bundaberg Region causing widespread floods and significant damage to local infrastructure. Due to the fast-tracked nature of the project, at contract award, the actual scope of works was uncertain. As a result, the works were released intermittently […]

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Ipswich Boonah Road

The Ipswich Boonah Road provides the main link from the Cunningham Highway at Ipswich to Beaudesert and the Mount Lindsay Highway. It is a two-lane, two-way, bitumen-sealed, 10m-wide (average), single-carriageway, undivided rural road. The road carries more than 5,700 vehicles per day with more than 12% being heavy vehicles. The road was damaged in the […]

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Calliope crossroads upgrade

The intersection of the Bruce and Dawson Highways at Calliope, commonly known as the Calliope Crossroads, is a critical regional traffic hub in Queensland linking port and industrial facilities in Gladstone, established agricultural areas in the Callide and Dawson valleys, and the developing coalfields in the Bowen and Surat basins. In excess of 14,000 vehicles, […]

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