CityLink is working with the Victorian Government to upgrade 19 km of the CityLink - Tullamarine Freeway corridor providing 33 km of new traffic lanes.
Construction of a new container terminal at Webb Dock East, New Automotive terminal at Webb Dock West, Automotive PDI Facilities and infrastructure upgrades to Swanson Dock.
Capital Metro is Canberra's light rail project and an important part of the ACT Government’s vision to deliver a truly sustainable and creative city. It is the first stage of a city-wide integrated transport network. The 12 km stage one light rail route will link Canberra's city centre with the growing suburbs of Gungahlin via Northbourne Avenue and Flemington Road with a 5 km extension to the suburb of Russell.
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WT Partnership provided Major Projects Victoria with high level cost estimates for infrastructure works associated with the redevelopment of 25ha of land between Docklands and North Melbourne.
WTP has been involved in this project since the bid phase and provided quantity surveying services to Becton and the Department on all dwellings, remediation, road works, footpaths, inground services, WSUD, open space (active and passive), street lighting, street furniture, landscape embellishments and road junctions/intersections.
To improve service reliability along the corridor upgrades were required at Westall including the construction of 2.7 km of third track between Centre Road and Springvale Road and additional overnight storage space for five trains at the Westall stabling depot.
WTP was engaged in 2012 to prepare detailed cost estimates for the works involved for the closure of all the stations, terminating the ticketing, power and other services, and removing the train sets from the track at the maintenance facility on Darling Drive along with removal of the support columns.
A number of WTP’s staff were seconded to Connex (and then Metro) to provide estimating, cost planning and contract administration services for Metro Trains CAPEX program across Melbourne’s metropolitan train network.
To accommodate 38 new X’Trapolis trains additional storage and maintenance facilities were required at Craigieburn Train Station. The works included the construction of an additional nine train roads, a new maintenance facility, a train wash bay and a staff amenities building.