|Project||Marine Traffic Management Plan for Bateman’s Bay Bridge|
|Client||John Holland Group|
|Project Value||> $100M|
|Project Overview||John Holland Group (JHG) engaged JJR to provide design services for replacement of steel materials with concrete for the Bateman’s Bay Bridge.
JJR’s team of expert maritime engineers developed Marine Traffic Management Plans (TMPs).
|JJR Involvement||JJR developed maritime navigation plans to ensure that marine vessels could safely manoeuvre through the Clyde River throughout the construction phase of the project.
The scope of works for JJR included reviewing the following design and construction sequencing:
Based on the sequencing of design and construction activities, JJR then developed the marine TMP’s to ensure that vessels could safely navigate the channels.
This included temporary aides to navigation (NavAids) as well as materials for distribution to marine stakeholders (i.e. users of the channels etc.) to ensure that they understood the temporary traffic requirements and mitigate the impact on users of the Clyde River.