Monash Freeway Upgrade Project has adopted Asset Vision as its Asset Management Platform

Asset Vision has been chosen as the platform to record and manage the Inspections and Maintenance during Stage 2 of the Monash Freeway Upgrade.

Asset Vision has been chosen as the Asset Management platform to record and manage the Inspections and Maintenance during Stage Two of the $1.4 billion Monash Freeway Upgrade in Melbourne’s South East.

Asset Vision was previously used by Fulton Hogan during Stage 1 of the Monash Freeway Upgrade project from 2016 to 2018. Stage 2 of the Monash Freeway Upgrade project will be undertaken by CPB Contractors, with Day Civil and Road Services undertaking the maintenance.

Asset Vision will be used daily to identify and record inspections, defects and rectification works as part of this project until its completion in 2022.

Our Asset Vision Co Pilot add-on will be used as part of the inspection process, enabling inspectors to do their job safely, particularly in areas that are under heavy construction where they may not be able to stop and exit their vehicle.


As part of Monash Freeway Stage 1, 30kms of extra traffic lanes were added.
The freeway was widened:

  • from 4 to 5 lanes in each direction, between EastLink interchange and South Gippsland Freeway
  • from 2 to 3 lanes in each direction, between South Gippsland Freeway and Clyde Road in Berwick

Work on Stage 1 of the Monash Freeway Upgrade commenced in September 2016 and it was completed in June 2018.

As part of Stage 2, 36kms of new lanes will be added between:

  • Warrigal Road and Eastlink
  • Clyde Road and Cardinia Road.

Stage 2 will include:

  • 36kms of new lanes on the Monash and Princes Freeways, between:
    • Warrigal Road and Eastlink outbound
    • Eastlink to Springvale Road inbound
    • Clyde Road to Cardinia Road, in both directions
  • connecting Police Road to the freeway with an outbound on-ramp
  • connecting the Jacksons Road outbound ramps directly to Eastlink with a separate road
  • upgrading O’Shea Road to three lanes in each direction between Clyde Road and Soldiers Road
  • extending O’Shea Road to join the Beaconsfield interchange – we’ll also upgrade the interchange by adding an inbound freeway off-ramp and an outbound freeway on-ramp
  • building a shared walking and cycling path on O’Shea Road between Clyde Road, Berwick and the Princes Highway, Beaconsfield.

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CPB Contractors is the CIMIC Group’s construction company, with a team of around 23,000 people working at operations across Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Asia and India.

CPB Contractors combines the construction expertise and track record of two leading companies:

  • The former Leighton Contractors, which was the founding company of the CIMIC Group in 1949.
  • Thiess, formed in 1934 and now operating as the mining company of the CIMIC Group.

CPB Contractors delivers major projects across all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads, rail, tunnelling, defence and building.

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