Kilmany Rail Bridge

A spectacular, new 95-metre 3200-tonne single span steel arch rail bridge.

As part of the Princes Highway East Upgrade, a new rail-over-road bridge was constructed to replace a rail underpass that was originally built in 1965.

The bridge is a “network tied-arch” bridge, with a steel arch either side of the track, a concrete bridge deck and a network of high-strength steel “hangers” crossing over each other, tying the steel arches firmly to the deck and allowing one long span without a central supporting pier.

LocationRegional Victoria
Project Value$600 Million

Key services provided by our people

Project Advisory
Project Management
Interface Management
Rail Disruptions Planning and Management
Site Surveillance
Quality and Completions Management
Handover and Asset Integration
Technical Advisory
Project Scope and Technical Requirements Development
Design Reviews
Rail Operations Interface
Operations Interface Management
Rail Access Management
Operational Readiness
Rail Safety Risk Management
Rail Operations Disruption Management
Occupations handback management