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Wave 1 Soft Soils

Golding’s first NSW project was awarded in January 2015.  It involves the construction of early works required for the upgrade of the Pacific Highway.  Wave 1 is the section on the Clarence River floodplain extending approximately 10km north and south from Maclean.  It is the first works on the $4.5b Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade of […]

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Dalrymple Bay coal terminal rail loop dam and quarry dam civil works

In February 2015, Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) embarked on a Water Quality Improvement Project to enhance and increase the management of water on site. Located at the Port of Hay Point, DBCT is part of one of the largest coal exporting ports in the world. The Terminal is a common user facility owned by the […]

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Roys Road and Bells Creek Road Interchange

Between 2013 and 2015, Golding, on behalf of Department of Transport and Main Roads (Queensland), delivered the Roys Road and Bells Creek Road Interchange. The $70m project was aimed at improving safety for local and highway traffic, responding to future traffic growth, and improving connectivity of local communities. The project involved an upgrade of the […]

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Calliope crossroads upgrade

From 2012 to 2014, Golding constructed the Calliope Crossroads Upgrade on behalf of the Department of Transport and Main Roads (Queensland).Golding successfully delivered improvements to this critical regional traffic hub which links port and industrial facilities in Gladstone to established agricultural areas in the Callide and Dawson valleys, and the developing coal fields in the […]

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Daunia Mine civil works

Between 2011 and 2013, Golding successfully completed two civil construction projects with a combined worth of $240m to develop BMA’s Daunia Coal Mine infrastructure to prepare the mine for operation, including bridges and culverts and civil works. These works, delivered early and under budget, assisted BMA to achieve first coal from the mine four months […]

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QCLNG construction of dock and mainland facilities

This project required the construction of the equipment and personnel off-loading facility to service the Queensland Gas Company LNG (QCLNG) plant on Curtis Island during 2010 and 2011. The project was owned and operated by QGC, with Bechtel Australia as the EPCM contractor, and had a peak workforce of approximately 60 personnel. Golding was awarded […]

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GLNG mainland facilities for Curtis Island

From 2011 to 2012, Golding successfully completed the design and construction of loading and unloading facilities (onshore and marine) and a passenger ferry terminal for Bechtel worth $121m. These works were critical to supporting equipment and personnel engaged in the construction of the Gladstone Liquefied Natural Gas (GLNG) plant on Curtis Island. This pioneering project […]

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