About the Project
Bass Coast Shire Council undertook pavement renewal works along Berrys Beach Road between Ventnor Beach Road and Ventnor Road.
The works started at the roundabout intersection with Ventnor Beach Road 420 metres towards Ventnor Road. See attached location of site works.
These works are now complete.
This project was partially funded by Roads to Recovery $400,000 and remaining from Council. The total project cost was in the order of $425,000.
This road required pavement renewal works to ensure the road network is safe and sustainable for the community into the future and appropriate levels of service are maintained
- Trim, shape and grade open swale drains to improve drainage flows within this area.
- Up to 620 metres of approved vegetation clearing (from the edge of road to open swale) associated with the drainage works. All approved permits/consents/vegetation offsets were secured.
- Over 420 metres of road pavement renewal by adding crush rock overlay and foam bitumen stabilisation to the existing road pavement. Foam bitumen stabilisation is a road construction technique whereby bitumen is used to bind the existing or imported pavement material to produce a flexible pavement material in particular for road rehabilitation.
- Road spray sealing works, including line marking and other associated road infrastructure works