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  • SRG Global secures two transport infrastructure projects valued together at approximately $17 million
  • One project is the VicRoads contract in Melbourne which will see SRG Global help strengthen the structure of the Spencer Street bridge and St Georges Road bridge – 31-week contract
  • The second contract SRG has won is an international contract with Dubai’s Belhasa Six Construct company. This is an $8 million contract which will see SRG construction a 295-metre long ‘Infinity’ Bridge in Dubai which will sit 15.5 metres above water

SRG Global, an engineering-led specialist construction, maintenance and mining services group, has secured two transport infrastructure contracts which together, are worth approximately $17 million.

Firstly, VicRoads awarded SRG Global with a $9 million contract to strengthen the Spencer Street bridge over the Yarra river in the Melbourne CBD and St Georges Road bridge in Northcote. The strengthening of these bridges will accommodate for larger load requirements for E-class trams by Public Transport Victoria.

SRG Global will be responsible for river traffic management, installation of suspended and floating access, strengthening with additional structural steel, lead paint removal and the application of protective coatings. The contract has a duration of 31 weeks.

“The Melbourne bridges strengthening project builds on SRG Global’s strong relationship with VicRoads over many years as an experienced bridge strengthening specialist contractor,” SRG Global Managing Director, David Macgeorge said.

The second contract is with Belhasa Six Construct LLC (Besix) who has awarded SRG Global with an $8 million contract to build the main bridge over Dubai Creek, in Dubai as part of the Al Shindagha Corridor project.

The Al Shindagha Corridor project is an important development by Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority. It involves the vast development of roads and the construction of the Al Shindagha Bridge which will stand over 15 metres above water and will include a total of 12 lanes. The 295 metre-long bridge will allow clearance for shipping vessels of all sizes.

The bridge’s design is what will set it apart from other structures of its kind. There will be a 42-metre high arch which will use approximately 2,400 tonnes of steel for its construction. The arch will be shaped like the mathematical infinity symbol. Completion is expected in 2022.

David Macgeorge said on securing this contract, “the Infinity Bridge in Dubai reflects our international standing in building iconic bridges around the world.”

SRG Global has been involved with the construction and maintenance of world-renowned structures such as the Great Ocean Road, Auckland Harbour Bridge, Ritz Carlton, Elizabeth Quay Bridge and the Emirates Towers in Dubai – to name a few.

These two recent achievements prove even further, SRG Global’s capabilities and footprint in its respective industry.

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