Koala Crossing

- Fabrication of Koala Crossing Bridge


McIlwain Civil


Redland Bay, Qld

Project Fact Sheet

Koala Crossing

Fabrication of a “Koala Crossing” as a part of the Mt. Cotton Road and Alperton Road intersection upgrade undertaken by McIlwain Civil.

The bridge will ensure the koalas’ safe passage across the busy Mt. Cotton Road.

The project involved the fabrication of a 26-metre long bridge structure with some complex joints and connections.  The job was given the finishing touches by the industrial coatings team, which helped blend the large structure into its bushland setting.

Redlands Coast is well-known for its koala population living in and around our urban areas. Despite large areas of their natural habitat being lost to urbanisation and the associated dangers imposed by roads and dogs, you will still see koalas in Redlands Coast villages and on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island).

Neumann Fabrication has operated its steel fabrication facility at Currumbin, Gold Coast, for over 40 years and, over that time, has built a quality reputation. 

We specialise in high-quality complex steel fabrications and installation.

Our management and technical team have been with the company for many years. This continuity and experience enable us to consistently deliver quality steel fabrication projects on time and within budget. Proven systems and the ability of our business to adapt and innovate are key strengths and points of difference.

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