Pacific Highway Upgrade

Explore the Pacific Highway Upgrade project by EzyStrut

Securing Service Pipes at Multiple Interchanges

  • 5.3BN

  • 12,000

    Vehicles per day
  • 8

    Special EzyStrut components designed
  • 2,000

    Special Fabrications
  • >500NB

    Pope sizes Requiring Support
  • SS 316

    Stainless Steel Fabrication
  • Project Introduction

    • EzyStrut’s shelf stock of Large Nominal Bore Pipe Clamps benefited the contractor
    • High Speed delivery of MTO Components
    • Significant safety factors met
    • Flexible, as required despatch from EzyStrut’s NSW warehouse

    Connecting Sydney to Brisbane, the Pacific Highway is one of NSW’s largest roads, one of Australia’s busiest, and facilitates transport networks that are major contributors to Australia’s economy.

    In 2014-15 the NSW State Government committed to adding additional lanes and interchanges to accommodate the future growth of the highway.

  • Dedicated Problem Solvers

    EzyStrut received an enquiry from the contractor constructing new interchanges on the Pacific Highway upgrade. They needed a solution to support all manner of pipework and needed to meet very high building safety standards.

    EzyStrut’s dedicated Building Services Solutions Manager was able to help: They were able to look specifically at the challenges faced by the contractor, where the pipes were, what loads and other factors such as vibration their support infrastructure could be subjected to in order to work out a solution to support them.

    The Building Services Solutions department at EzyStrut is only comprised of construction experts who have years of actual hands on experience in commercial building projects, hence they know how to solve problems using EzyStrut components.

  • Managing the Team to Deliver

    Our Building Services Manager was able to identify quickly what parts of the EzyStrut range would suit, and what would need to be fabricated specially to meet certain size, load bearing and safety factors.

    With this information they were able to brief EzyStrut’s engineers to design and test the appropriate components for the client, and then manage the manufacturing and later despatch from the NSW warehouse.

    Together, this all gave the client a solution, with an easy, one point of contact who could answer all questions as and when required.