Great Eastern Highway Passing Lanes



Cost control over the life of the project was the biggest challenge facing WBHO Infrastructure, principal contractor for building 44kms of passing lanes from Southern Cross to Kalgoorlie. The almost $50 million project demanded an integrated equipment hire strategy with the preferred rental company able to demonstrate a history of cost control.


Our equipment sales specialists developed a Total Rental Management package of Site Accommodation, Earth Moving, Compaction and Generators to power the site. A power audit was undertaken to ensure maximum efficiency of the generator set-up.


Costs were controlled throughout the 29 week life of the project including power savings of almost 20%.


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Manuwarra Red Dog Highway

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