|Client: Department of Public Work||Time: Completed September 2009|
|Value: $64.5m||Services Provided: Project Management, Project Programming,
Contract Superintendent Representative
2011 World Transport Building of the year award
- Pedestrian & Cycle Bridge from Tank Street to Kurilpa Point across the Brisbane River and Freeway
- The main span is 128 metres with an overall length of 425 metres
- The main span is a tensegrity design concept constructed from structural steel and cables
- Complex timetabling of nightworks & traffic management
The Kurilpa Bridge provides a link for pedestrians and cyclists from adjacent to the Gallery of Modern Art in the Cultural Centre Precinct to Tank Street in Brisbane’s CBD.
RCP’s role included the management of all Statutory Approvals with Local, State and Federal Governments.
The bridge has been designed to be architecturally striking yet sympathetic to its prominent location and will complement both landing precincts.