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Bonville Bypass

Project data

Location: Bonville, Australia

The Bonville Bypass project involved the construction of the Northbound Bridge over Service Road at the Pacific Highway. This project  is part of the Princes Highway upgrade.

  • Length: 67m
  • Width: 20m
  • Average height: 5.6 metres

Construction period: June 2007 - Sep. 2007


  • Tight project schedule of 4 months


Abigroup Contractors Pty Ltd

Customer's benefit

  • ST100 used as a very fast and safe erection medium.
  • VARIO used for it’s cost effectiveness and versatility.
  • Gridflex light and time saving in erection, also eliminated need for slab falsework
  • As a result of the success of this bridge the company has decided to use the same system on the next bridge
Bonville Statement
Neil Pittaway
Project Manager

PERI‘s understanding and knowledge of our requirements, combined with excellent design and supply was gratifying to say the least.
Good site supervision has supported the simple and fast assembly of the system.

PERI solution

  • ST 100 Used as falsework for the full bridge. Shoring towers built horizontally then craned into position for fast erection
  • 972m2 Vario Used to form the beams for the bridge
  • 380 m2 GRIDFLEX as slab support between the beams