The South Gippsland Highway Black Spur Realignment project is a project of state significance being undertaken by the Major Roads Project Authority.
Engeny’s hydrological and hydraulic modelling enabled VicRoads / Major Roads Project Authority to complete a reference design for the proposed South Gippsland Highway realignment that was fully compliant with the WGCMA’s hydraulic criteria.
The objective of the project is to improve safety and travel times for road users through the realignment of approximately 2 kilometres of the existing South Gippsland Highway (SGH) near the township of Koonwara in South Gippsland.
Engeny was engaged by VicRoads / Major Roads Project Authority to undertake a hydrology and hydraulic study to inform the reference design for the proposed SGH realignment that included a new multiple span bridge crossing of the Tarwin River.
The following summarises Engeny’s scope of work:
Engeny’s hydrological and hydraulic modelling was independently peer reviewed and approved by the Department of Environment Land Water and Planning (DELWP).
Engeny’s delivery of the Black Spur Hydrological and Hydraulic Assessment project demonstrates our capabilities in hydrological modelling and assessments, including:
Engeny worked closely with VicRoads / Major Roads Project Authority throughout the project for the hydrological model development stage and refinement of the design. Innovative elements of the scope included:
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