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Another win for Bothar

Bothar contract

Leading trenchless contractor Bothar has been awarded a contract to design and construct elements of the Coffs Harbour bypass project in New South Wales.

The company was engaged by the Coffs Harbour bypass major construction contractor, Ferrovial Gamuda Joint Venture, to design and construct trenchless elements of the project being delivered in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales.

The team has been diligently delivering this exceptional project through work on the Australian Rail and Track Corporation (ARTC) rail crossing and the Pacific Highway’s trenchless crossings.

This includes the ARTC Rail Crossing – DN1500 stormwater culvert and pacific highway trenchless crossing – twin DN1800, DN1100 triple cell and DN800 stormwater culverts.

The company is undertaking various trenchless services including pipe jacking, tunnel boring, auger boring and shaft construction.

The Federal and NSW governments are funding the 14km Coffs Harbour bypass project, which will seek to improve connectivity, road transport efficiency and safety for local and interstate motorists.

The design and construction of the bypass will take place within the Coffs Harbour local government area, approximately three kilometres west of the Coffs Harbour central business district.

With the anticipated award of additional works, Bothar is quickly returning to lead the trenchless infrastructure sector.

The company offers a full suite of trenchless solutions as well as shaft construction and civil capabilities, making it the perfect partner in the delivery of complex infrastructure projects.

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