The West Gate Bridge spans the Yarra River in Melbourne, Australia. It carries the main 8 lane highway between the cities western suburbs and the city centre.

Standing 58 meters above the water, the main river span is 336 meters long. Construction of the bridge had taken ten years when it was finally completed in 1978.

On completion of the restrengthening work, John Holland pty and the West Gate Bridge strengthening alliance will have installed in excess of 450,000 TCBs.

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Tension Control Bolts Ltd has its own metal coating plant producing an environmentally friendly anti-corrosion coating called Greenkote, which is comparable to galvanising, although it is harder wearing and readily accepts all paint systems. Learn more about Greenkote.