Client: John Holland Seymour Whyte Joint Venture (JHSW JV)
Project: Sydney Gateway Stages 1 and 3
- Compete General Plumbing Requirements
- Site Set-up
- Temporary Plumbing
- Property Service Relocations
- Water & Sewer Cap-Offs
Start: Q1 2021
The Sydney Gateway project is part of Transport for NSW’s strategy to increase the capacity of the infrastructure and services in the area surrounding Sydney Airport at Mascot.
Sydney Gateway will provide connections to Sydney’s International Terminal and Domestic Terminals and greatly improve access to this important precinct.
Sydney Gateway Stage 1
– International Terminal and Qantas Drive Connection.
· A new high capacity road connection linking the Sydney motorway network at St Peters Interchange with Sydney Airport’s International Terminal and Qantas Drive.
o St Peters Interchange Connection – a new elevated section of road extending from St Peters interchange to the Botany Rail Line, including an overpass over Canal Road.
o Terminal 1 Connection – a new section of road connecting Terminal 1 with the St Peters interchange connection, including a bridge over Alexandra Canal and an overpass over the Botany Rail Line.
o Qantas Drive Upgrade and Extension – widening and upgrading Qantas Drive to connect Terminals 2/3 with the St Peters Interchange connection, including a high-level bridge over Alexandra Canal.
o Terminal Links – two new sections of road connecting Terminal 1 and Terminals 2/3, including a bridge over Alexandra Canal.
o Terminals 2/3 Access – a new elevated viaduct and overpass connecting Terminals 2/3 with the upgraded Qantas Drive.
Sydney Gateway Stage 3
– Domestic Terminals Access.
· An arterial road connection and flyover to Sydney Airport’s Domestic Terminals.
o A new section of road and an overpass connecting Sydney Airport’s northern lands on either side of the Botany Rail Line (the northern lands access).
o A new section of road, including a signalized intersection with the Terminal 1 connection and a bridge, connecting Sydney Airport’s existing and proposed freight facilities on either side of Alexandra Canal the freight terminal access).
· This includes improvements to existing roads to relieve congestion and improve connectivity to Sydney Airport Domestic Terminals and towards Port Botany.
Client: Quickway Constructions
Project: Caddens Road Upgrade - Between Gipps St & Heaton Ave
Temporary Plumbing Requirements
Start: Q1 2021
Widening of Caddens road for future development
Client: John Holland CPB Contractors JV
Project: WestConnex - Stage 3B Rozelle Interchange
Installation of complete hydraulic services including
- Supply & Installation of upto 315mm Dia Stainless Steel Stormwater Pipework
- Supply & Installation of 100mm Dia Stainless Steel Wastewater Pipework
- Supply & Installation of Complete cold water Service
- Supply & Installation of complete PC items Fit out
- Arrange & Installation of Water Main & Wastewater Main Tie-Ins
- Testing & Commissioning of Cold water, Wastewater & Stormwater Services
Start: Q4 2020
The HS01 Iron Cove Link Transformers Building forms part of the WestConnex - Stage 3B Rozelle Interchange & Iron Cove Link Project.
Client: HL Landscapes
Reinstatement of Civil Drainage , pipework , Pits & Tie-in with existing
Reinstatement of Potable Water , Drinking Fountain Stations & Tie-in with existing
Reinstatement of Recycled Water & Tie-in with existing
Start: Q4 2020
As part of the JHCPBG joint venture (John Holland CPB Ghella),
HL Landscapes will be responsible for the reinstatement works along the central foreshore area of Barangaroo.
These works will restore the much needed public link between Barangaroo south and Barangaroo Reserve.
Client: Acciona 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: CPB Contractors Acciona Joint Venture CPBACC JV
Site Establishment -
Project wide support Plumbing infrastructure pipelines , HDPE Welding, Water , gas , sewer , Storm water Services
Start: Q1 2020
The Bulk Earthworks contract was awarded to CPB Contractors and Lendlease Joint Venture (CPBLL JV) in August 2019.
This work involves significant design and construction responsibilities, including moving around 25 million cubic metres of earth to support construction of the major elements of the airport, such as the runway and terminal.
Works will also include:
survey, investigation and salvage works
removing of existing roads, fencing and redundant utilities
construction of temporary site facilities (site offices, carparks and access roads)
installation of permanent and temporary drainage
Client: John Holland & CPB contractors Joint Venture
Complete Project Plumbing Requirements
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: McConnell Dowell Group
Start: Q3 2020
This Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) project, which is being funded by the Australian and NSW governments, is an important development for the Western Sydney community as on completion it will ease congestion, improve access to public and active transport, and increase road capacity to cater for future growth.
Key elements of the scope include widening of roads, upgrading signalling, building new pedestrian/cycle paths and realigning existing utility services.
A key challenge of the project is widening of the existing rail bridge over Castlereagh Road. Our key success factor in winning the contract was an innovative solution focused on minimising disruption to the community.
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.
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: < $1m AUD
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.