The Adelaide Bridge is a state heritage listed structure originally built in 1930.

The bridge is located across the Torrens River along the King William Road thoroughfare connecting North Adelaide to the Adelaide CBD. The bridge was constructed using a three-hinge reinforced concrete arch spanning 120 feet over the Torrens River together with two bow-string arches of 38 feet span over sub-portal footways.
Duratec was engaged by the Adelaide City Council to undertake concrete repair and strengthening works to preserve this heritage asset while ensuring user safety.


  • Successfully implementing King William Street Lane closures during AFL finals without complaints
  • Bespoke scaffolding and propping over water to allow works to be completed safety and efficiently
  • Design and install of a new cathodic protection system

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