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Western Highway Bridge/Road

Australia

The great adaptability and flexibility of the Load-bearing tower Staxo 100 and Large-area formwork Top 50 systems together ensured optimum cost-efficiency and maximum safety during the construction of the western highway (Victoria). The Western Highway (A8) is being progressively upgraded as a four-lane divided highway between Ballarat and Stawell. As the principal road link between Melbourne and Adelaide, the Western Highway serves interstate trade between Victoria and South Australia and is the key transport corridor through Victoria’s western district.

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Project data

Year of completion
2014
Project duration
6 Months
Country
Australia
Address
Burrumbeet, Victoria
PO 3352

Contractors
John Holland Pty. Ltd.
Structure
Location map and directions

Pylon

Construction method
Inclined
Structure height
180 m
Height of casting sections
3 m
Number of spans
1
Longest span
1 m
Clear width
1 m
Clear height
1 m
Number of casting sections
62
Cycle time
4 -day cycle