Highway & Bridge Design

Kawarau Falls Bridge image.JPG JPEG 0540223638Leading the Planning, Design and Asset Management of Highways, Bridges and Transport Infrastructure

MWH partners with clients to deliver multi-disciplinary, integrated solutions to clients across the Asia Pacific region and beyond. Our expertise comes from over 40 years delivering results on international transport projects with a commitment to innovation and delivery.

We draw on our extensive lessons and knowledge from past projects and foster innovation to overcome the technical challenges and complex site constraints on our current projects – the ultimate aim being to deliver our clients expected economic, social and environmental benefits. Whether the project is a new highway or an intersection improvement-a grade separated interchange or a cycleway, we strive to deliver an integrated solution that maximises the result for our client.

In recent years, our team has played a leading highway and bridge design role in some of New Zealand’s most complex highway and bridging projects, including:

  • SH2 Matahorua Gorge – Realignment and Viaduct (Award Finalist)
  • SH3 Vickers to City – Arterial Widening and Bridge Duplication
  • SH1 Johns Road – 4 Laning
  • SH1 Waikato Expressway – Rangiriri Section
  • Avondale Bridge Bearing Replacement (Award Finalist)
  • Kitchener Streetscape Upgrade (Highly Commended Award)
  • SH16 Kingsland Cycleway (Award Finalist)
Our highway and bridge design and engineering assignments range in scale from small investigations through to large multi-modal projects of national significance.  We provide a full range of services with specialist engineering and design expertise in the follow areas:

  • Highway Geometry
  • Intersections and Traffic Signals
  • Bridges and Retaining Walls
  • Pavements and Surfacing
  • Road Drainage
  • Street Lighting
  • Utilities
  • Urban Streetscapes
  • Walking and Cycling
  • Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • Geotechnical and Topographical Survey

 

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