Our Latest Projects

Huntly Bypass

Four lane section of Waikato Expressway

The Huntly section is the fifth section of the Waikato Expressway to start since 2009. The project will see a 15.2km four-lane expressway built between the completed Ohinewai and Ngaruawahia sections. It will connect to the existing expressway at Ohinewai with an interchange providing north-facing ramps connecting to the existing SH1. The section will connect to the completed Ngaruawahia section at the Gordonton Road interchange.

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Transmission Gully

Wellington Northern Corridor ‘Roads of National Significance’

This projects involves the construction of 27km of four-lane (two in each direction) median-divided motorway from MacKays to Linden (through Transmission Gully), with interchanges connecting the route to MacKays, SH58, eastern Porirua and Kenepuru.

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Auckland Transport Pavement Rehabilitation projects

Over 200 pavement rehabilitation, road reconstruction and seal extension treatments

Bartley Consultants have had a significant involvement in the design of pavement rehabilitation treatments within the Auckland region since 2003. During this time over 200 pavement rehabilitation, road reconstruction and seal extension treatments have been designed and successfully implemented:

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Cambridge Bypass

Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway

The Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway starts south of the existing Tamahere interchange and runs for 16km, ending around 2.5km south of Cambridge town where it connects with the existing State Highway 1. HEB Construction began work in September 2013 and completion of this project is expected in early 2016.

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Tauranga Eastern Link

Bay of Plenty’s largest roading project

A highway recognised by the government as a Road of National Significance, the Tauranga Eastern Link (TEL) is the Bay of Plenty’s largest roading project and a key strategic transport corridor for the region.

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Hobsonville Deviation SH18

4-lane motorway from the end of the Northwestern Motorway

The SH18 Hobsonville Deviation project was completed in September 2011. It consists of a 6 kilometre, 4-lane motorway from the end of the Northwestern Motorway at Hobsonville Road to the western end of Upper Harbour Bridge in Hobsonville. This project also included a 3 kilometre, 4-lane extension of the SH16 Northwestern Motorway from Hobsonville Road to Brigham Creek Road in Whenuapai.

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Waiheke Island Pavement Rehabilitation Projects

Annual programme of works on the Hauraki Gulf Islands

Bartley Consultants partnered with Opus International Consultants from 2008 to 2012 to deliver the professional services for Auckland Transports annual programme of works on the Hauraki Gulf Islands. This work comprised all of the investigation, design and monitoring required to ensure that the Roading, Drainage and Structures major maintenance and renewal programmes of work were delivered on time, to cost and to a consistently high standard. 

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Alfred Street Upgrade

One-way road uprade between Princes Street and Symonds Street

Alfred Street is a one-way road that runs between Princes Street and Symonds Street in the heart of Auckland University. Bartley Consultants and the Auckland Road Maintenance Alliance consortium of MWH, Leightons and Blacktop Construction were tasked with upgrading Alfred Street to address concerns about the condition of the road pavement, road drainage and pedestrian facilities. This all needed to be achieved working in close proximity to a significant number of protected street trees that line each side of the street.

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Mt Roskill Motorway Extension SH20

Another key link in the western ring route

The State Highway 20 Mt Roskill Extension project was completed in May 2009. This project, which creates another key link in the western ring route, involved extending the Southwestern Motorway 4.5km from Queenstown Road in Hillsborough through Mt Roskill to Maioro Street in New Windsor. Two new interchanges were constructed at Hillsborough Road and Dominion Road and a new roundabout was constructed where the motorway intersected Sandringham Road. Four new overbridges were constructed to separate local road traffic from the motorway traffic.

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Takanini Road Widening & Pavement Rehabilitation

Widening sealed road pavements to incorporate gobi block paving areas.

Bartley Consultants Ltd were commissioned by the former Papakura District Council in 2006 to inspect a number of roads in the Takanini area where Gobi blocks have been used to provide parking adjacent to the main carriageway. The Gobi blocks were laid adjacent to the sealed pavement in selected streets in the Takanini area some 20 to 30 years ago. They were provided so that water flowing from the sealed road surface could flow into or over the Gobi block paving. Surplus water could then flow on to the grass verge which was shaped to provide a shallow swale discharging to centrally placed catchpits. 

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Fred Thomas Drive Pavement Rehabilitation, Takapuna

Upgrade of Fred Thomas Drive from Takapuna Landing to Anzac Street

Fred Thomas Drive was upgraded in late 2006 in conjunction with the New Zealand Transport Agencies Northern Busway Project. Bartley Consultants were commissioned by the former North Shore City Council to design the upgrade of Fred Thomas Drive from Takapuna Landing to Anzac Street. The design incorporated a southbound bus lane, on-road and off-road cycle lanes, improved pedestrian facilities and improved road drainage.

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Mulberry Grove Flood Mitigation, Great Barrier Island

Stormwater analysis for catchment area

Bartley Consultants were commissioned by the former Auckland City Council to investigate flooding occurring at Mulberry Grove School, Great Barrier Island. The flooding occurred whenever the adjacent stream exceeded the capacity of the road culverts and the road was overtopped. The flooding extended into the carpark area of the adjacent school.

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