Recent works
 

Midland Highway Safety Improvements

The Australian and Tasmanian Government’s are embarking on a 10 Year Action Plan for investing $500 million over 10 years to upgrade the Midland Highway and improve road safety and save lives on Tasmania’s key north-south freight route.

Protector-Rail has been participating in this initiative through various principal contractors on a number of sites along the highway.

The latest is with Hazell Bros on their two current contracts between York Plains to Tunbridge worth in excess of $43million.  Protector-Rail is installing safety wire fencing and safety barrier on both sites worth over $2million.  The works are due to be completed by mid 2019.

Waterworks Road, Dynnyrne

Protector Rail recently undertook the installation of Steel Beam Safety Barrier in a new sub-division of Waterworks Road Dynnyrne in Hobart.  The sub division was subject to difficult terrain on steep embankments and curves. Works were tailored for client Insite Management to enable efficient safety management for the site, local residents and through traffic.

Brighton Bypass

The Brighton Bypass was a $176 million investment to upgrade the Midland Highway providing dual carriageway between Bridgewater and Pontville. The project was funded by the Australian Government as a key segment of the Auslink National Network. Protector Rail in conjunction with partners Statewide Linemarking and Roadways worked with local firms VEC Civil Engineering Pty Ltd and Hazell Bros to deliver the project.

Devil Drill

Meet the Devil Drill. The fastest and most efficient way of drilling holes for Wire Rope Safety Fences (WRSF). Seeking a quicker and more efficient method of drilling, here at Protector Rail we devised and self-manufactured our own unique technology that dramatically improves productivity and OH&S for wire rope safety fence installation.