Construction News

Geotechnical testing – 16 to 30 April 2014 (night time work)

Investigations into the geology of the area along Anzac Parade in Kensington and Kingsford will be undertaken between Wednesday 16 April and Wednesday 30 April.

Project Update

The latest Transport for NSW project update for the CBD and South East Light Rail project is now available.

Night Time Services Investigation Work, High Street: 31 March to 11 April

Transport for NSW will be carrying out service investigation works to verify the location of existing buried utilities along High Street (between Wansey Road and Avoca Street).

Changes to Project Design

Following recent community consultation, improvements have been made to the design of the proposed CBD and South East Light Rail project.

Tender Out to Deliver and Operate Sydney’s Light Rail Network

The NSW Government has now formally released a Request for Proposals for the major contract covering the design, construction, services relocations, operation, maintenance and finance of the new 12-kilometre CBD and South East Light Rail.

Cutting Edge Technology Delivering Sydney’s Light Rail

A video model of underground utilities is being used to assist preparations for construction of the new light rail line.

Three International Consortia in the Running to Build and Operate Light Rail

Three major international consortia have been shortlisted to tender for the Public Private Partnership to design, build, maintain and operate the new CBD and South East Light Rail.

Top Tier Firms Short-Listed for Early Works

 A range of private construction firms have shown strong interest in delivering the expansion of Sydney’s light rail network.

Night time services investigation work - Anzac Pde - 4 Feb to 14 March

Transport for NSW will be carrying out night time service investigation works on Anzac Parade to verify the location of existing buried utilities such as water, telecommunications, gas and electricity. 

Full Light Rail Plans on Display from Today

Plans for the Light Rail project went public this morning in the UNSW Library lobby and on the NSW Department of Planning’s website, and will remain there for four weeks to give people the chance to have their say.

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