Gateway Upgrade Project
The Gateway Upgrade Project involved upgrading of 16 kilometres of the motorway between Lytton Road and Miles Platting Road in the south, constructing an entirely new seven kilometre section of the motorway, north of the Brisbane River offering a more direct route to Brisbane Airport and the Port of Brisbane as well as duplicating the existing Sir Leo Hielscher Bridge (formerly the Gateway Bridge).
The $2.12 billion Gateway Upgrade Project is one of the largest bridge and road projects in Queensland’s history.
The project was a state government initiative, delivered by Queensland Motorways (now Transurban) with design, construction and maintenance undertaken by the Leighton Abigroup Joint Venture.
The project had the biggest Design, Construct and Maintain (DCM) contract in Australia’s history.
cobodo provided consultancy services for the development and implementation of the contract management and operational systems for the procurement and contract delivery phases of the project for the Client. This involved identifying Queensland Motorways' rights and obligations under the DCM contract and relevant legislation, and working with the senior management team to plan and implement the delivery of the contract.
Leigh was engaged in the role of Quality Advisor to the Owner (Queensland) for the delivery phase of the contract. This included auditing the Contractor’s and Independent Verifier’s compliance with the contract and the technical specifications requirements.
Lesley was engaged to provide support for the development, implementation and improvement of the financial and document control systems for the delivery phase of the project.