Manufacture, supply and testing of laminated elastomeric bridge bearings, attachment plates and accessories in accordance with AS5100.4 RMS B281, for the Pacific Highway Upgrade from Woolgoolga to Halfway Creek was handled by Mageba Pty Ltd.
As global specialists and manufacturers of high end structural bearing, expansion joints, seismic protection and structural health monitoring systems, Mageba offers high quality solutions and systems economically that are both technologically advanced and customer orientated.
Mageba (Australia) commenced work on the Pacific Highway Upgrade in April 2016, manufacturing and testing of the non Standard bridge bearings within their factory and NATA accredited testing facility and supplying to the site by November 2016. The company has also worked on prominent structures such as the Swan River Bridge in Western Australia, M2PP in New Zealand and the Toowoomba 2nd Range Crossing in Queensland.
During 2015, Mageba (Australia) took over the manufacturing and National Association of Testing Authorities Australia (NATA) accredited testing facilities at St Marys in Sydney. The company now has a purpose built and one-of-a-kind laboratory in Sydney that consistently maintains quality under Australian/New Zealand and all relevant major international Standards and quality certified to ISO9001:2008, supplying to Australia, New Zealand and the surrounding Pacific Islands.
Mageba was established in Bulach, Switzerland in 1963 and today has approximately 800 employees worldwide. The Australian Subsidiary company recently established in Blacktown and integrated the Ludowici Engineer Rubber Products into the group.
Mageba (Australia) is equipped with the necessary resources and experience for designing and developing the key components of bridges in Australia and would like to assist the designers and construction companies involved in such projects. Mageba (Australia) offers high quality solutions and systems that are optimally engineered to reduce lifecycle costs by fulfilling Australian Standard requirements.