Peninsula Link is a 27km freeway from Carrum Downs to Mt Martha. It connects three major freeways between Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. The project included the construction of:
- Two traffic lanes in each direction
- On and off ramps to 11 roads including three freeway to freeway connections
- 28 bridges (45 separate structures)
- 1.7 million trees, plants and shrubs
- 25km shared walking and cycling path
- New wetlands to treat water from the roadway prior to release to waterways
- Wildlife underpasses, revegetation works and creek improvements in the Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve
TBH was engaged by Linking Melbourne Authority to review the tender programmes for the Peninsula Link project. TBH was asked to prepare a report outlining the constructability of the project as well as the comparison and evaluation among tender programmes based on the following key items:
- Programme structures and contents
- The critical paths
- Compliance issues
- TBH also provided recommendations to improve the programme structures such that the tender process was completed successfully.
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|Client||Linking Melbourne Authority|
|Duration||2010 - 2013|