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Civil Infrastructure

Obahn City Access Project 

Client: DPTI | Head Contractor: MacConnel Dowell | $1.1 million | Adelaide, SA  |  2016 

The O-Bahn City Access Project extends the O-Bahn involved the creation of priority bus lanes along Hackney Road and a dedicated 670 metre bus tunnel providing quicker, more reliable access for O-Bahn buses into the city. 

ID Fab were initially engaged by the head contractor to fabricate and install over 7,000 cast-in items weld to sheet plates. Through strong performance ID Fab were added additional work packages which increased initial scope by 60%. These works included fabrication and installation of the three VMS boards and 

Torrens to Torrens 

Client: Torrens to Torrens Alliance (York Civil CPB JV and DPTI)  | $3.7 million | Adelaide, SA | Feb 2016- Aug 2018


The Torrens Road to River Torrens Project involves a 4km non-stop roadway (incorporating a 3 km lowered motorway), between Ashwin Parade, Torrensville, and Pym Street, Croydon Park, providing significant travel time saving to commuters and freight.


ID Fab have been engaged by the Alliance to complete over 20 works packages demonstrating strong performance and the strong relationship with the client. Works included the Cedar Avenue Pedestrian Bridge steel super structure (36m long and 40T), gantries, noise walls, bridge barriers, architectural anti throw screens.

Northern Expressway

Client: DPTI | Head Contractor: York Civil Fulton Hogan JV |  $1.6 million | Adelaide, South Australia | November 2009 to July 2010

The Northern Expressway is a 23km road with a pedestrian and cycle pathway linking the Gawler Bypass with Port Wakefield Rd. ID Fab were engaged by the sub-contracted to supply steel work components for project. 

The works included  24 counter levered gantry posts with one portal gantry, 12 overpass bridge crash barrier railing modules and a 500 meter architectural Snake Wall,

Over 7,457 man-hours were completed on this project LTI free.

South Road Superway

Client: DPTI | Head Contractor: Urban Superway Consortium |$1.2 Million | Adelaide, South Australia | Oct 2013 - Jun 2014

Thea South Road Superway features a 4.8km non-stop corridor and comprises a 2.8 kim elevated roadway.


ID Fab were engaged by the head contractor to supply and Install all the access platforms for the viaduct inside the bridge structures. ID Fabrications commitment to quality and program lead to a 300% scope increase. 

Over 8,000 man hours were completed LTI Free. 

Adelaide Wharf De-Construction Project

Client: ExxonMobil | Head Contractor MacConnell Dowell | $420K | Port Stanvac, SA | Sep-Nov 2016 


The project involves the demolition of the Port Stanvac wharf, which extends 670 metres into the deep waters of the Gulf St Vincent at the former Adelaide Refinery site. 


ID Fabrication were engaged by the head contractor for the fabrication, supply and installation of temporary steel works to enable the demolition of the wharf structure. Over 80 tonnes of steel was fabricated in the construction the lifting frames and support beams.  

Brisbane Terminal

Client: DP World | Head Contractor: York Civil | $5.3 million | Nov 2012 - Jul 2013 | Brisbane, QLD 


ID Fabrication undertook the construction and erection for 820 tonne of steel fabrication works for the redevelopment of the existing DP World Terminals 4 to 7 at Fisherman Island. The project consisted of 23 reefer towers, 16 portal frames for signage 2 optical container rooms and an entry awning.

This was ID Fabrication’s first project outside of South Australian requiring the company to implement new quality control processes. This ensured that material control and handling in the ID Fabrication workshop in Adelaide transferred across state as a quality structural steel product. 

To meet the project’s tight deadlines ID Fabrication turned over 30t of structural steel per week over a three month period, operating 24 hours a day through two 12 hour shifts. Quality and safety standards were maintained during this period with zero lost time injuries recorded throughout the project.

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