Flood Restoration Works Flood Restoration Works

Gladstone Regional Council is progressing more than $60 million worth of road and drainage works in the Gladstone region as part of federally funded Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA).

Council has received State Government Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) approval to proceed with flood restoration works in two stages across the region to address damage to the network caused by major flooding in 2012-2013.

Golding Contractors commenced $37 million, Stage 1 (Southern and Eastern Region) of the works in September 2013 while  McCosker BMD Joint Venture commenced $24.6 million, Stage 2 (Northern and Western Region) in November 2013.

Both contract packages are due for completion before the end of 2014.

Schedule of NDRRA works

To download a map that illustrates the various stages of the 2012-2013 Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) road and drainage restoration works, being coordinated by Aurecon on behalf of Council, click here.

Current Flood Restoration Status

  • The 2010-2011 National Disaster Relief & Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) restoration works have been completed in October 2013.

 

  •  The 2012-2013 (NDRRA) Stage 1 restoration works under 105/13 Contract Package commenced in September 2013. Golding Contractors have started within the Baffle Creek, Captain Creek and Round Hill area located in the South-West Region.  Works will then proceed to Lowmead, Rosedale and Agnes Water, then to Miriam Vale, Turkey Beach, Benaraby and Yarwun. (View Map)

 

  •  The 2012-2013 (NDRRA) Stage 2 restoration works under 01/14 Contract Package commenced in November 2013. McCosker BMD JV started within Raglan and Mt Larcom located in the North-East Region, then to Bracewell, East End, Calliope, Wooderson, Diglum and to the Northern Section of the Boyne Valley. (View Map)

 

  •  The other 2012-2013 (NDRRA) Stage 2 restoration works under GRC Contract Package which covers the South-West Region,  mainly the Southern Section of the Boyne Valley Area is due to commence between April and May 2014. (View Map)
     

Media Releases

 20 Mar 2014 - Regional restoration work from 2012-13 flood events continues (view)
18 Sept 2013 - Council accepts Stage 2 Tender for Region's 2013 flood damage works (view)
19 July 2013 - Council accepts Stage 1 Tender for Region's 2013 flood damage works (view)


STATUS OF WORK

Stage 1: Golding Contractors - Contract 105/13
For the week ending 25 July 2014 (Download)

Stage 2: McCosker BMD Joint Venture - Contract 01/14
For the week ending 25 July 2014 (Download)

NDRRA 2013:  Stage 2 Contract GRC

For the week ending 25 July 2014 (Download)

LOOK AHEAD PROGRAM

Stage 1: Golding Contractors - Status as at 25 July 2014
Until 18 September 2014 (Download)

Stage 2: McCosker BMD Joint Venture - Status as at 25 July 2014
Until 31 December 2014 (Download)