Advanced Foundation Solutions (Australia) has won the contract, which is expected to create about 90 jobs.

New South Wales minister for roads, maritime and freight Melinda Pavey said that the contract involves delivering more than 1,100 piles for bridges being built between Glenugie and Ballina. “Fifteen bridges have already been built as part of the Woolgoolga to Glenugie section of the upgrade, which is expected to open to traffic late this year," she said. "The award of the contract for piling involved engaging industry early in the process to help refine the final design and planning of the work which has helped achieve best value for money for the project."