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Tomewin Mountain Road Slope Stabilisation

Project Overview –

The ex-tropical-cyclone Debbie weather event badly damaged the slope on a section of Tomewin Mountain Road in the Currumbin Valley. This project involved stabilising the local batter slip and reconstructing the pavements and drainage.

Scope of works –

  • Installation of 200 Ischebeck (self-drilling, self-grouting) soil nails – due to the condition of the road failyre this required strict controls on machine weights and offsets
  • Placement of 900m2 of 180mm shotcrete on a slope
  • Management of extensive soil nail testing
  • Replace approximately 75 metres prime and seal asphalt flexible pavement on Tomewin Mountain Road
  • Temporary relocation of services and works around service infrastructure including powerlines
  • Traffic management under live traffic flows, including extended lane closures and works behind barriers
  • Management of day and night shift including traffic control for night time road closures
  • Installation of concrete strip foundation and guardrail
  • Enkomat stabilisation at the toe of the shortcrete

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Quick Facts

  • Location - Tomewin Mountain Road, Currumbin Valley QLD
  • Start Date - September 2017
  • Completion Date - Ongoing
  • Value - $2.4M
  • Client - Transport and Main Roads