We thought a 250-tonne crawler crane and piling rig in Batemans Bay were exciting ... now an even larger crane and barge are coming to the new bridge site and the team leading the project is delighted.
Project manager Peter Townsend said the new equipment would be eye-catching.
He said marine piling would also begin soon.
"On the southern side of the Clyde River, we've started piling and completed three piles," he said.
"We're now on the northern side of the river of the Clyde River where piling for the northern abutment is taking place.
"Soon we'll be moving into the marine area and start marine piling."
Mr Townsend looks after earth works, piling and utilities relocations for the project.
He moved to the South Coast about four years ago with family to work on the Burrill Lake Bridge project.
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Project support engineer Cameron Pierce began his RMS career in 2012 as a civil engineering cadet.
He studied at university for five years and interned to learn planning, maintenance, delivery and design of RMS infrastructure.
"I was exposed to all parts of the business, from the project design development to the delivery of major projects across the southern region, and also the maintenance of our road infrastructure network," he said.
"An interesting aspect of the Batemans Bay bridge replacement project is that it's a balanced cantilever design.
"We're working with John Holland - our contractor - to build the precast segments that will be erected here on site."
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