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Port of Brisbane appoints Ventia for road maintenance services

The Port of Brisbane has awarded a Road Corridor Maintenance Services contract to Ventia for uphold the operation of 34 kilometres of road, 9.4 kilometres of drains and more.

The Port of Brisbane has awarded a Road Corridor Maintenance Services contract to Ventia, to support the long-term and sustained operation of port infrastructure.

The contract will help to ensure that the Port of Brisbane’s road network remains safe and highly efficient. Close to all containerised freight is moved via these port roads.

The contract includes the maintenance of 34 kilometres of roads, 9.4 kilometres of drains, eight bridges, 170 drainage structures, as well as over 150 hectares of landscaping and vegetation and the maintenance of boat ramps.

PBPL Interim Executive General Manager Infrastructure, Daniel Burley said PBPL was looking forward to working with the Ventia team.

“An important aspect of delivering the RCMS is ensuring our tenants are not disrupted by any maintenance activities,” he said.


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Ventia had previously been engaged with the Infrastructure Services business unit for PBPL’s water infrastructure maintenance.

Ventia Contract Manager Ben Ready said, “We are looking forward to working with PBPL on this important Qld landmark and contributing to the future success of the Port.”

This also adds to Ventia’s Road Corridor Maintenance Services team’s contracts in Queensland, which include contracts such as the Road Asset Management Contract (RAMC) for the Department of Transport and Main Roads in southeast Queensland, Transurban Queensland’s Incident Response and Maintenance (IR&M) contract, and the Pavement Maintenance Services contract for the Brisbane Airport.

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