Our Sydney West Zone Stewardship Maintenance Contract (SMC) were recently featured on 10 News First for their work to restore the historic Lansdowne Bridge in Sydney’s south-west.

For the first time in more than 50 years the bridge will undergo significant restoration. The Lansdowne Bridge is the second-oldest sandstone bridge in NSW and stands at 65 metres long and 10 metres wide. Since it’s opening in 1836, the heritage-listed bridge carries a large percentage of eastbound traffic from the Hume Highway across Prospect Creek.

DM Roads have commenced works on the bridge replace the sandstone blocks, re-point the bridge, and complete cleansing works to repair the drainage system to slow down the pace of corrosion.

The news of this restoration is one of many projects in NSW that DM Roads is working on. DM Roads has a long history of servicing the NSW community to offer better experiences through smarter solutions.

Video provided by courtesy of Network 10.