Client: Lendlease Samsung Bouygues Joint Venture
Site Establishment -
Project wide support Plumbing infrastructure pipelines , labour Support ,Water , gas , sewer , Storm water Services
Start: Q3 2019
The M4-M5 Link Tunnels project is the final and most critical component of WestConnex, featuring twin tunnels between the New M4 at Haberfield and the New M5 at St Peters. Each tunnel will be approximately 7.5 kilometres long and able to accommodate up to four lanes of traffic in each direction. The M4-M5 Link Tunnels will be delivered as a stand-alone project, and provide an additional 2.5 hectares of green space in St Peters.
Client: John Holland & CPB contractors Joint Venture
Site Establishment -
Project wide support Plumbing infrastructure pipelines , labour Support , Plant & Machinery , Water , gas , sewer , Storm water Services
Start: Q1 2019
Stage one- construction of the M4-M5 Link Tunnels tunnels between the New M4 at Haberfield and the New M5 at St Peters and stub tunnels to the Rozelle interchange. The contractor on this stage is Lendlease Samsung Bouygues Joint Venture (LSBJV). This stage is being managed by Sydney Motorway Corporation.
Stage two - construction of the Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link. The contractor on this stage is John Holland and CPB Contractors Joint Venture. This stage is being managed by Roads and Maritime Services.
The Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link is the part of the M4-M5 Link and will provide a new underground motorway interchange to City West Link and provide an underground bypass of Victoria Road between Iron Cove Bridge and Anzac Bridge, with links to the future Western Harbour Tunnel.
The interchange in Rozelle will be mostly underground and located at the site of the old Rozelle Rail Yards. By building the interchange mostly underground, the project will deliver new active transport options in Rozelle and up to 10 hectares of new open space.
Client: CPB Contractors & Downer Group Joint Venture
Start: Q2 2019
Parramatta Light Rail is one of the NSW Government’s latest major infrastructure projects being delivered to serve a growing Sydney. Light rail will create new communities, connect great places and help both locals and visitors move around and explore what the region has to offer.
Stage 1 will connect Westmead to Carlingford via the Parramatta CBD and Camellia with a two-way track spanning 12 kilometres, and is expected to open in 2023. The route will link Parramatta’s CBD and train station to the Westmead Precinct, Parramatta North Growth Centre, the new Bankwest Stadium, the Camellia Town Centre, the new Powerhouse Museum and Riverside Theatres, the private and social housing redevelopment at Telopea, Rosehill Gardens Racecourse and three Western Sydney University campuses.
By 2026, around 28,000 people will use Parramatta Light Rail every day and an estimated 130,000 people will be living within walking distance of light rail stops.
In October 2017, the NSW Government announced the preferred route for Stage 2 which will connect Stage 1 and the Parramatta CBD to Ermington, Melrose Park, Wentworth Point and Sydney Olympic Park along a nine-kilometre route.
Client: Fulton Hogan - Zinfra - Networx Constructions
Scope: External Project Lead ins - HDPE 350mm Dia Water & HDPE 125mm Dia Pumped Sewer
Electrofusion & Butt-welding Methods
IMEX throughput at Port Botany is currently about 2.4 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) per year. NSW Ports forecasts this annual trade volume could grow between 7.5 million TEU and 8.4 million TEU a year by 2045 ("Navigating the Future" NSW Ports' 30 Year Master Plan, October 2015).
NSW Ports has set a target of 3 million TEU per year to be transported by rail by 2045, around 40% of forecast container volumes. The NSW Government is targeting about 28% of containers to and from Port Botany being moved by rail by 2020.
Moorebank Logistics Park will help achieve this target by providing capacity for around 250,000 containers a year by 2019 and 1.05 million export-import containers per year by about 2030 to be moved by rail from Port Botany.
An open access regime will ensure the import-export terminal at Moorebank is an open access facility that provides non-discriminatory access from rail and road operators who wish to use the terminal. The open access regime will give any rail or road transport operator the right to use services required to provide freight transport services via the terminal at Moorebank.
Client: CPB Contractors
Scope: Site Establishment - Property Sewer, Water relocation's - Project water & Sewer Pipelines
This program of work is part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan (WSIP), a $3.6 billion road investment program jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will deliver about 61 kilometres of major road infrastructure upgrades before the opening of the planned western Sydney airport.
Through providing improved road network connections, the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will transform the region’s economy and make western Sydney an even better place to live and do business.
Set up , installation , Commissioning of all water & Dewater lines to 2 Hanson batch plants along the WestConnex New m5 Project
Client: John holland Laing O' Rourke JV
Value: < $1M - On-going
services cap off
Customers at Sydenham Station will have a new air-conditioned metro train every four minutes in the peak – that’s 15 trains an hour. Sydenham Station is currently serviced by 8 trains an hour in the morning peak.
The station will be fully upgraded with lifts and level access between the platforms and trains Sydenham Station platforms 1 and 2 will be upgraded to Sydney Metro standards, including the installation of platform screen doors.
Existing platforms 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue to be used by trains operating on the Sydney Trains network.
Client: John holland CPB Ghella JV
Value: >$5M - On-Going
pre cast facility connections
Gas ,sewer, water and stormwater connection
TBMs will be used to excavate 15.5 kilometres of new twin rail tunnels between Mowbray Road, Chatswood and Bedwin Road, Marrickville.
Sydney Metro City & Southwest needs five TBMs. Two will be launched and removed from the Chatswood and Marrickville dives sites, with the fifth from Barangaroo.
Client: CPB Samsung Dragados JV
Value: <$4M - On-going
existing services cap off's
Concrete batch plant
Duplicating the M5 East from King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade at Beverly Hills to a new interchange at St Peters.
The New M5 will provide twin underground motorway tunnels, nine kilometres long, from Kingsgrove to a new St Peters Interchange at the site of the old Alexandria landfill facility. The St Peters Interchange will provide motorists with connections to Alexandria and Mascot. It also includes connections to the future Sydney Gateway and M4-M5 Link. The New M5 tunnels will be marked for two lanes in each direction, with capacity to add a third and also include underground connection points for the M4-M5 Link and the proposed F6 Extension.
Local streets and intersections around the St Peters interchange are also being upgraded to ensure safe and efficient connections for the New M5.
Value: Schedule Of Rates
Facility maintenance of all ATCO underground and above ground Crib Village's across the westconnex M4 East Project