Client: Bayside City Council
Project Design: Cardno
Contract Sum: $350K
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Bayside Bay Trail Duplication & Seawall Restoration - Brighton Beach
The Bayside Bay Trail is a key coastal pedestrian/cyclist path that connects Mordialloc to Port Melbourne and the CBD alike. Prior to the project, there was one section along this route adjacent to Middle Brighton Beach that forced pedestrians and cyclists onto a shared path, causing a pinch point for public users. The result of the works allowed for of a new, duplicate 135m bike path, ensuring separate access for pedestrians and cyclists along the whole trail.
Also included in the project was the replacement of an existing timber groyne, a key infrastructure asset for Middle Brighton Pier and the Royal Brighton Yacht Club that helps to control the sand erosion from the beach.
The project represents another facet of Entracon’s diverse range of capabilities, with aspects of the coastal project successfully completed at or below the water line.
- 135m of footpath on compacted sand base
- 33m new timber groyne including 8m piles
- Boardwalk construction
- Beach renourishment
- Working in/next to ocean and changing tides
- Key Stakeholder Management
- Public interactions
- Limited site access