Infrastructure major projects

Major projects delivered by the Infrastructure services group are detailed below. This group includes Transport & drainage, Construction & maintenance, Project services and Plant & fleet.

Newly paved section of Ruthven St footpath
Council is upgrading the Ruthven Street streetscape to extend the look and feel of the CBD further north from Russell street to Chalk drive. The project will aesthetically involve the addition of public art and landscaping. It will also include the replacement of underground stormwater and water mains, replacement of the existing asphalt footpath with concrete pavers, shifting the power underground and installing The project will provide an entry statement to the ...
Jacaranda on Mocatta Street, Goombungee
Streetscape works will be undertaken along Mocatta Street, Goombungee to improve the aesthetic and practical aspects of the street, while increasing the safety for all road users. The works will include the installation of a concrete footpath between Pechey Maclagan Road and Edward Street, installation of disabled parking bays and improved mobility access through the median, kerb and channel and footpath through repair works. As the works progress residents in affected ...
Upgrades to existing water, sewer and stormwater mains will be undertaken along Duggan Street.  The works will affect vehicular traffic flow with traffic reduced to one-way north bound throughout most of the works with some intermittent road closures expected. Safety fencing will be erected allowing pedestrian access at all times. The works will be staged along Duggan Street (see map below) to alleviate the impact to local services.  Throughout the construction works, ...
We are working in collaboration with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Nexus Infrastructure and Nexus Delivery on their delivery of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC). Boundary Street will be upgraded to provide an important connection to the TSRC. The upgrade of Boundary Street, funded by Toowoomba Regional Council, will help improve traffic flow to and from the new Range crossing, and cater for growth in Toowoomba’s transport network. There will ...
The Toowoomba community witnessed devastating and distressing flooding along the Gowrie Creek system in January 2011. Graphic footage of raging torrents causing substantial damage and inundation, particularly in the CBD of the city, was beamed around the world. Developed in 1998, the Gowrie Creek Catchment Management Strategy (GCCMS) proposes a series of flood mitigation works including detention basins and channel improvements upstream of the CBD, initially to be implemented over 25 ...
Detention basins temporarily store flood water run-off during flood events and release it through an outlet structure (drainage pipes) in a controlled manner to reduce peak flows of water downstream. ...
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