RA member Georgiou will deliver Brisbane’s new Breakfast Creek Green Bridge in a joint venture with Brady Marine and Civil, after being awarded a $38 million contract by Brisbane City Council.
The project will provide a new 80 metre arch bridge span across Breakfast Creek, along with an extension of the existing Lores Bonney Riverwalk by 175 metres from Cameron Rocks Reserve to the northern bridge approach. The new bridge will incorporate dedicated pathways for pedestrians and cyclists on the bridge deck and approach pathways with a minimum width of six metres.
The design of the new bridge is intended to complement the area’s unique heritage and landscape setting and integrate with existing active transport infrastructure. Construction is set to commence in mid-2022, with completion expected in early 2024.
Gary Georgiou, Executive General Manager, Georgiou said:
“This is now the fifth project Georgiou has delivered in joint venture with Brady Marine and Civil – it’s a great partnership where we have alignment of approach and a strong understanding of the client’s needs when it comes to infrastructure delivery.”
“Having recently delivered the Indooroopilly Riverwalk, Botanical Gardens and Green Bridge projects in Queensland, we look forward to applying our expertise and knowledge to this project as part of the City’s Green Bridges program.”