Sydney Airport Bridge

Modern steel bridges provide superior investment for the infrastructure of the future.

Developments in steel bridging systems and construction methods result in cost competitive structures. Steel bridge design combines strength, spanning capability, ease of construction and pleasing aesthetics with low environmental impact.

BlueScope Steel supplies high quality products for fabricated steel solutions to bridging challenges.

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The foundation piles for the Ted Smout Memorial Bridge, Brisbane, which used XLERPLATE® steel, were driven up to 39 metres into the sea bed.
26 May 2011 Australia's longest bridge - built on steel
The Ted Smout Memorial Bridge, Australia's longest bridge at 2.7 kilometres, opened in July 2010 and supports the rapidly growing transport needs of south east Queensland. [Read more]
Beams made from XLERPLATE® steel were at the heart of West Gate Freeway off-ramps, Melbourne, installed over roads, tram tracks and businesses.
24 May 2011 Complex engineering geometry for simpler transport
The XLERPLATE® steel girders used in the West Gate Freeway off-ramps, Melbourne, successfully met the project’s unique range of engineering, logistical and aesthetic challenges. [Read more]
Melbourne's newest bypass uses nearly 800 tonnes of GALVABOND® Steel.
05 July 2010 Vivid Steel Colours Melbourne's Newest Bypass
Nearly 800 tonnes of GALVABOND® steel are providing a colourful visual identity for the unique noise barrier panels on the four lane Deer Park Bypass in Western Melbourne. [Read more]
Bridge spans and trestles at Port Headland, manufactured using Grade 350 and 350Z XLERPLATE® steel. These will be used to construct the Pilbara rail network.
04 December 2009 Pilbara project continues long association
PIC is marking its 40th anniversary this year by continuing to supply key components to major resource projects. [Read more]
Morson Engineering will supply piling made from XLERPLATE® steel for the new Tourle Street Bridge, Newcastle, NSW.
12 December 2007 Jobs Pile High For Morson
Morson Engineering will help traffic flow in Newcastle after winning a local contract in September to supply piling for the new Tourle Street Bridge project. Each pile is made from Grade 350 XLERPLATE® steel, 40 metres long and 800mm in diameter. [Read more]
More than 875 tonnes of 350 Grade XLERPLATE® steel from BlueScope Steel was used to fabricate key sections of the deck of Brisbane’s new Eleanor Schonell Bridge
07 March 2007 Brisbane’s Newest River Bridge Carries No Cars or Trucks
Brisbane's new Eleanor Schonell Bridge is Australia's first pedestrian, cycle and bus bridge. The A$55 million bridge is designed to carry buses, cyclists, pedestrians and emergency service vehicles. [Read more]
Trough girders made from 350L15 Grade XLERPLATE® steel on Melbourne's Eastlink project.
31 August 2006 Steel Solution Speeds Major Eastlink Bridges
Victorian company GVP Fabricators Pty Ltd has moved from the supply and erection of steel for a major new Melbourne high-rise building to the fabrication and supply of trough girders for Melbourne's massive Eastlink project. [Read more]
The new Parramatta Transport Interchange and upgrade of Parramatta Railway Station uses girders fabricated from XLERPLATE®,
06 January 2006 Modern transport gateway to western Sydney
An important new project in Parramatta will provide commuters with a clean and modern transport gateway to Western Sydney, with the help of local steel fabrication firm, Adua Engineering, and XLERPLATE®. [Read more]
Jimboomba Creek Superspan Bridge Structure consists of curved, corrugated and hot dipped galvanisd, 7mm grade 250 steel panels, bolted together on-site to form the desired arch or ellipse shaped structure.
28 December 2005 Superspan Bridge - Jimboomba Creek, Queensland
Along the Mt Lindesay Highway, 50km south east of Brisbane, a superspan bridge was built to cross the Jimboomba Creek. Replacement of the old, narrow two lane timber truss bridge was required to alleviate dangerous traffic problems. The new structure is an upgrade to a four lane dual carriageway crossing. [Read more]
Bridge pylons constructed from XLERPLATE® as part of the Ballarat and Geelong corridors of the Regional Fast Rail Project.
14 October 2004 Regional fast rail project on track with XLERPLATE®
A local Portland heavy engineering company has played a key role in Victoria's largest upgrade of regional rail in the last 120 years. The Regional Fast Rail project involves the upgrading of the Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong and Latrobe Valley lines, together with 38 new trains progressively coming into service from early 2005. [Read more]