Sydney Metro Northwest Surface and Viaduct Civils

This project by Salini Impregilo achieved a 'Leading' As Built v1.0 IS Rating.

 

 

Overview

The $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest is Australia’s biggest public transport project and a priority infrastructure investment for the NSW Government. It is the first stage of Sydney Rapid Transit, the city’s new rapid transit railway network.

The Sydney Metro Northwest will deliver eight new railway stations, 4,000 commuter car parking spaces and five existing stations upgraded to rapid transit standards. When the Sydney Metro Northwest opens in the first half of 2019, there will be a train every four minutes in the peak – that’s 15 trains an hour. As Australia’s first fully automated railway, customers won’t need a timetable – they’ll just turn up and go.

As Australia’s first fully automated railway, customers won’t need a timetable – they’ll just turn up and go.

There are four packages of work registered for IS Rating: Early Works |Tunnel and Station Civils | Surface and Viaducts Civils | Operations, Trains and Systems.

About Surface and Viaducts Civils The $340 million skytrain contract was awarded in December 2013 to Salini Impregilo.

It includes a 4km elevated skytrain viaduct between Bella Vista and Rouse Hill, as well as a 270m landmark cable-stayed rail bridge, similar in design to Sydney’s Anzac Bridge, over Windsor Road and a further 2km of associated surface civil construction works and railway embankments.

Major construction began in November, 2014.

Details

  • Rating Type Rail
  • Rating Score 75
  • Registered Date March 2014
  • Certified Date January 2018
  • State NSW
  • Suburb North West Sydney
  • Assessor Tim Clarke
  • Capital Value $340 Million
  • Other Key Stakeholders Transport for NSW, WSP, Fulton Hogan, Daracon, Urbis
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