Clough Awarded Construction of Bridge and Access Road Intersection for Main Roads

Clough as part of Acciona Clough Joint Venture (ACJV) is pleased to announce it has been awarded by Main Roads WA the construction of Great Northern highway road over rail bridge and access road intersection for Koodaideri mine in the Pilbara region.

Clough CEO and Managing Director, Peter Bennett said: “We are extremely pleased to be awarded this project. Our history with Main Roads started in 1957 and we are proud to continue being part of the ongoing development of WA’s transport infrastructure.”

The scope of works includes the construction of 3.6 km of road for the approaches to the bridge over rail, the construction of the bridge over rail, and construction of side road upgrades of the Great Northern Highway and Koodaideri Mine Access Road (KMAR) intersection. This is the second transportation infrastructure project awarded to ACJV this year. 

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About Clough

Clough is a pioneering engineering and construction company established in 1919 in Perth, Western Australia. Clough delivers challenging high performing assets for the infrastructure, mining, and energy industries underpinned by a dedication to problem solving and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Today, Clough manages a global workforce of over 2000 people from operating centres across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Asia, Africa, UK, and North America that strive for the best in everything, setting new safety and performance benchmarks every single day.

Clough is a wholly owned subsidiary of Murray & Roberts, a multinational group that focusses its expertise on delivering sustainable and fit-for-purpose project engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance solutions. The Group delivers its capabilities into three global market sectors: metals & minerals; oil & gas, and power & water.

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At the time of construction, the Cape Lambert Jetty was the longest jetty in the world, and one of the highest. The jetty measured in at 2.3km in length and was built 18m in height above sea level because of the prevalence of cyclones in the region. It was built using A-frame steel piles, which many remarked looked like matchsticks. For the high standard of work on the Cape Lambert Marine Facility, the Harbourworks Clough Joint Venture was awarded the prestigious Australian Federation of Construction Contractors Construction Achievement Award in 1973.