ACP wins Pacific Highway projects – Kempsey Bypass, NSW

Through competitive pricing and solid ongoing relationships with key contractors, ACP has won a succession of contracts to supply a number of road projects along the Pacific Highway. The Pacific Highway is maintained by New South Wales Roads and Maritime Services and stretches 1,000 kilometres between Sydney and Brisbane.

Kempsey Bypass

The $618 million, 14.5 kilometre Kempsey Bypass project was opened in March 2013. The project is part of the wider 40 km Kempsey to Eungai development and ACP once again supplied Leighton Contractors with Sentryline II wire rope barrier, as well as X-Tension 350 terminal ends.

“The service Balina Bypass (BBA) received from ACP was second to none and was the one of the main reasons Kempsey Bypass (KBA) decided to use ACP,” says Matthew Bennett, Area Manager for the KBA. “As well as the good customer service ACP has a readily available design team that assist in finding the easiest and best solutions. The Sentryline which has been used on BBA and KBA can be readily set up as a 3 or 4 wire rope system. The Sentryline system allows the 4 wire to look like a 3 wire system so the road user cannot tell the difference. I would gladly use ACP again and would strongly recommend them to any contractor looking for a supplier of safety barrier systems.”