Construction Materials - Major Project Case Studies
Curtis Island
Queensland
Three huge LNG complexes on Curtis Island were constructed to produce LNG for Australia and export to Asia.
Sydney Airport
New South Wales
Re-sheeting the main and cross runways, to maintain critical infrastructure at its very best.
Gold Coast Light Rail
Queensland
Providing the Gold Coast with a world class public transport system including 16 light rail stations, and bus interchanges for Southport and Broadbeach.
Sea Cliff Bridge
New South Wales
The goal of this ambitious project was to provide excellent year-round accessibility with a design life of 100 years.
Peninsula Link
Victoria
Allowing road users to travel from the Mornington Peninsula to Melbourne Airport without encountering a single traffic light.
Gateway Bridge Upgrade
Queensland
The bridge is a concrete cantilever box girder design which is 1.6kms long with the longest span at 260m, and a design life of 300 years.
Barangaroo South, Sydney
New South Wales
Barangaroo South will be Australia's first large scale carbon neutral community, setting new benchmarks in sustainability.
One Central Park, Sydney
New South Wales
Boral is proud to be involved in the construction of the World's Best Tall Building 2015¹ - with De Martin and Gasparini helping to create iconic towers and world's tallest vertical gardens at One Central Park², Sydney using Boral Concrete.
Port Botany Terminal
New South Wales
The Port Botany Terminal 3 project is part of the major expansion of the container port facilities for Sydney, New South Wales to enable long term trade growth.
Legacy Way, Brisbane
Queensland
Legacy Way is Brisbane’s City Council’s flagship infrastructure project. The 4.6km tunnel provides motorists with a four minute journey between the Western Freeway and the Inner City Bypass (ICB), and reduces traffic congestion on alternative routes such as Milton Road and Coronation Drive.
Gateway WA, Perth
Western Australia
The $1 billion Gateway WA project was the largest road project undertaken by Main Roads Western Australia and involved upgrades to the Tonkin and Leach highways and an interchange and the construction of four new grade-separated interchanges.