Moggill Constructions - Civil engineering and building since 1973.


Cutters Landing Bicycleway/Pedestrian Way

Project Description

Riverwalk Linking Cutters Landing to Powerhouse Park
New Farm (Over the Brisbane River)

The Cutters Landing shared pathway constructed by Moggill Constructions and opened by the Lord Mayor in June 2010, completed one of a series of missing links to Brisbane’s waterway facility. The new structure was completed in the environmentally sensitive parkland on time and without incident.

The works included:

  • Construction of driven steel piled foundations spanning a live high voltage underwater cable using barge mounted equipment;
  • Insitu and precast elements of pile caps, slabs and transition slabs above the Brisbane River and within sensitive wetlands;
  • Stainless steel balustrading and handrail;
  • Extended land shared pathway with associated landscaping and exposed concrete finishes.

Particular specific issues that affected the job construction:

  • Politically sensitive project.;
  • Marine piling adjacent to submerged live power cables;
  • Significant consultation with adjacent stakeholders;
  • Temporary accommodation of pedestrians and cyclists;
  • Working within the parkland and adjacent to a high rise residential block.


Project Details

Brisbane City Council

Contract value
2.2 million

Project Status

Project Category
Civil Structures