Mitre-Suttor-Lambert Street Roundabout Construction

Bathurst Regional Council has accepted a tender for the construction of the Mitre-Suttor-Lambert Street roundabout.

The roundabout is being built in response to community concerns and feedback about safety issues at the intersection.

The timeline for these works will be advised once a tender has been accepted. Council will also hold community information sessions before the works commence to provide more information on the project.

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Bathurst Regional Council has accepted a tender for the construction of the Mitre-Suttor-Lambert Street roundabout.

The roundabout is being built in response to community concerns and feedback about safety issues at the intersection.

The timeline for these works will be advised once a tender has been accepted. Council will also hold community information sessions before the works commence to provide more information on the project.

If you want to keep up to date with the project, join our mailing list.

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  • Tender awarded

    about 1 month ago

    Council has accepted a tender from Talis Civil Pty Ltd for the construction of the roundabout at the Mitre Suttor Lambert Street intersection.

    Council will meet with the successful tenderer in coming weeks and will then be able to confirm the timeline for when the work will commence at the intersection.

    The tender accepted by Council will see the majority of the works undertaken under traffic control, ensuring traffic can still use the intersection while the roundabout is being built.

    Council will also lock in dates for information sessions on the the project in coming weeks.

    Council has accepted a tender from Talis Civil Pty Ltd for the construction of the roundabout at the Mitre Suttor Lambert Street intersection.

    Council will meet with the successful tenderer in coming weeks and will then be able to confirm the timeline for when the work will commence at the intersection.

    The tender accepted by Council will see the majority of the works undertaken under traffic control, ensuring traffic can still use the intersection while the roundabout is being built.

    Council will also lock in dates for information sessions on the the project in coming weeks.

  • Tenders called for the construction of Mitre/Suttor/Lambert St Roundabout

    3 months ago
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    MEDIA RELEASE 15 May 2019

    Bathurst Regional Council has advertised the tender for construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Mitre/Suttor/Lambert Streets West Bathurst.

    The project, now in the early planning and consultation stages, will include the relocation of the existing carpark and realignment of utilities and services including gas and water.

    Mayor Graeme Hanger OAM said Council has listened to the community and staff are now undertaking preliminary works.

    “A consulting engineering firm has been engaged to prepare construction drawings and staff have commenced engaging the stakeholders that will be most impacted,” he said.

    “The project timeline, cost...

    MEDIA RELEASE 15 May 2019

    Bathurst Regional Council has advertised the tender for construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Mitre/Suttor/Lambert Streets West Bathurst.

    The project, now in the early planning and consultation stages, will include the relocation of the existing carpark and realignment of utilities and services including gas and water.

    Mayor Graeme Hanger OAM said Council has listened to the community and staff are now undertaking preliminary works.

    “A consulting engineering firm has been engaged to prepare construction drawings and staff have commenced engaging the stakeholders that will be most impacted,” he said.

    “The project timeline, cost and level of disruption, at this early stage are still being determined, however it is expected there will be traffic impacts, including full closures of the intersection, for more than nine months,” he said.

    Regular project updates will be published on the YourSay Bathurst website to keep the community informed on the project’s progress.