SOURCE: Business Review Australia

Business Review Australia

May 02, 2011 21:05 ET

Luigi Rossi, Project Director of the South Road Superway Project, Reveals How His Team Surmounted Technical Challenges With Business Review Australia

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - May 2, 2011) - In an interview with Business Review Australia, Luigi Rossi, Project Director of the South Road Superway Project discusses the challenges involved with building Adelaide's first elevated roadway.

"Elevated structures, by their nature, are complex undertakings, especially when built above an existing roadway," says Rossi in the article. The existing roadway, located in a busy commercial-industrial precinct of Adelaide, carries between 35,000-40,000 vehicles each day, including a large percentage of commercial vehicles.

One of the major innovations of the project is the design of the elevated superway. "We wanted to ensure that we created a piece of infrastructure that fit within the environment, that was able to complement and enhance the environment and not give the impression of a 'concrete jungle,'" Rossi explains.

Read the full article, here.

About the South Road Superway

Part of Australia's Nation Building Program, the AUD$812 million South Road Superway project is one of South Australia's most complex engineering road projects to date. The second stage of Adelaide's 23-kilometre nonstop north-south corridor upgrade, the South Road Superway will extend 5 kilometres from the Port River Expressway to Regency Road. The Superway will provide a vital link between the suburbs of the north and south as well as Adelaide's major transport hubs. Visit for more information.

About Business Review Australia

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