Tintenbar to Ewingsdale Upgrade - Pacific Highway

Completed June 2016

The Tintenbar to Ewingsdale upgrade of the Pacific Highway is an important part of the RMS's Pacific Highway Upgrade Program. The length of the upgrade is 16.3 km, starting at Ross Lane in Tintenbar and extending north to the existing Ewingsdale interchange, near the settlement of Ewingsdale.

Kenny Constructions has been contracted by Baulderstone Pty Ltd to construct a bridge and two water retention structures as part of the state and federal government funded upgrade of the Tintenbar to Ewingsdale Upgrade Project (T2E) on the Pacific Highway of NSW.

The bridge structure in which Kenny Constructions have engaged to build is the largest bridge on  the entire project consisting of a seven span dual carriage way twin bridge spanning over Byron Creek near the township of Bangalow.

The two tank structures, being a Deluge and Holding Tank are for fire suppression in the event of a fire within the tunnel structure are being built under the existing St Helena Rd just South of the Byron Bay exit .