Major stage of Australia’s biggest public transport project reaches completion
Working in collaboration with APP, SMEC has provided independent certification services for the Sydney Metro City & Southwest Tunnels and Stations Excavation (TSE) project.
Working in collaboration with APP, SMEC has provided independent certification services for the Sydney Metro City & Southwest Tunnels and Stations Excavation (TSE) project. SMEC is pleased to share that this major construction project reached successful completion this week.
The TSE Project used five tunnel boring machines to deliver 15.5-kilometre twin railway tunnels from the end of Sydney Metro Northwest at Chatswood, beneath Sydney Harbour and the CBD to Sydenham in Sydney’s inner west. The TSE contract also delivered excavations and tunnels for new metro stations at Crows Nest, North Sydney, Barangaroo, Martin Place, Pitt Street and Waterloo, and civil works for a new stabling facility at Marrickville.
Congratulations to the Sydney Metro project delivery team and the D&C contractor, a Joint Venture of John Holland, CPB Contractors and Ghella.
Image ‘Artist Impression of Sydney Metro TBM Sydney Harbour’ Source: https://www.sydneymetro.info/gallery
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