FUTURE CIVIL PROJECTS

Sydney Metro City, Victoria Cross Station

Project: fUTURE Sydney Metro City, Victoria Cross Station
Client: NSW Government, Transport for NSW
Principal Contractor: Joint venture between John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella

Project Overview: Forming an integral part of the Sydney Metro system, Victoria Cross Station is an underground station, over 30 meters below ground-level, located in the heart of the North Sydney Business District.

The Victoria Cross Station works are part of the broader Sydney Metro project. For more information about the plans for the Victoria Cross Station and precinct, view this 1-minute video from the Transport for NSW: click here

Our Role: Kenny Constructions are engaged to construct the permanent lining for Victoria Cross Station, which includes the construction of three-metre-deep invert slabs using an innovative prefabricated steel reinforcement cages solution. The concrete package also includes the cavern permanent lining structure. Travelling steel hydraulic forms will be used to construct the main cavern and Doka frames will be utilised to construct the adits and cross passages. The Kenny Constructions' team will also deliver complex structures, such as pedestrian adit tunnels, lift adits into cavern roof and escalator shaft tunnel linings.

 

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Sydney Metro City and Southwest, Martin Place

Project: Sydney Metro City and Southwest, Martin Place
Client: NSW Government, Transport for NSW
Principal Contractor: Joint venture between John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella

Project Overview: Sydney Metro is Australia's biggest public transport project. The Sydney Metro City and Southwest will consist of 13 stations along the Metro North West Line, including eight new Metro Stations and five upgraded Stations. Martin Place is one of the stations undergoing an upgrade as part of the Sydney Metro project.

For more information about the Sydney Metro Martin Place project, watch this two-minute video from Transport for NSW, click here

Our Role: Kenny Constructions are engaged to construct the permanent lining in Martin Place station with includes the construction of invert bases and concrete to the arch lining caverns. Each cavern is 15-meters high by nine meters wide, making the work complex and high-risk. Travel forms will be used to construct the main cavern and Doka frames utilised to construct the adits and cross passages.

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Sydney Metro, Central Station

Project: Sydney Metro, Central Station
Client: NSW Government, Transport for NSW
Principal Contractor: Laing O'Rourke (live link: http://www.laingorourke.com/ )

Project Overview: Sydney Metro is Australia's biggest public transport project, valued at between $11.5 billion and $12.5 billion. By 2024 Sydney will have 31 metro railway stations and a 66km standalone metro railway system, revolutionising the way Australia's largest city travels. Major construction work is currently rolling-out to deliver the biggest upgrade to Central Station in decades. The renewal of Central Station is designed to cater for growing passenger numbers and improve accessibility. According to NSW Government figures, 250,000 people pass through Central Station every day; by 2036 that figure is expected to rise to 450,000.

To find out more about the Sydney Metro Central Station upgrade, view this two-minute video clip from Transport for NSW. Click here

Our role: Kenny Constructions were engaged by the Principal Contractor to undertake all concrete structure works on the intercity platforms and the Metro Central Station concourse level. The project is being constructed utilising sophisticated, 'top down' construction techniques. After the removal of platforms 13, 14 and 15, our team is constructing the new intercity platforms which are to be used as a traffic deck during the construction of the permanent structure. The project involves excavation and construction down to the new Sydney Metro train lines that are 27m below ground-level.

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Sydney Metro, Central Station

Sydney Metro City and Southwest, Chatswood Northern Dive & Precinct

Project: Sydney Metro City and Southwest, Chatswood Northern Dive & Precinct 
Client: NSW Government, Transport for NSW
Principal Contractor: Joint venture between John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella

Project Overview: John Holland CPB Ghella (JHCPBG) have been contracted to design and construct the Tunnel and Station Excavation Works for Sydney Metro City and Southwest.

The works include, but are not limited to: twin 15.5-kilometre Sydney Metro rail tunnels from Chatswood to Marrickville, including under Sydney Harbour and the CBD, excavation and civil works for six new Metro stations and construction of two dive sites and a rail crossover cavern at Barangaroo. Excavation of a temporary shaft at Blues Point to retrieve tunnel boring machines, a substation shaft at Artarmon to provide power for future train operations and a precast facility at Marrickville to produce the concrete tunnel-lining segments were all in the project's scope too.

Our Role: Kenny Constructions have been engaged to construct 24 cast in-situ reinforced concrete cross passages, two reinforced concrete sumps and one enlarged cross passage between Chatswood and Blues Point. At each location we will construct a base slab and a centre arch lining using hydraulic steel forms. These passages are an important safety feature that allow people to move from one tunnel to the other in the event of an emergency. In addition to these works, we have been tasked with the construction of a sump and base slabs in the Chatswood dive, which will become the rail level slab in the new Chatswood Metro station.

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Sydney Metro City and Southwest, Chatswood Northern Dive & Precinct

WestConnex New M5, Road Tunnel Infrastructure

Project: WestConnex New M5, Road Tunnel Infrastructure
Client: NSW Government, Transport for NSW
Principal Contractor: Joint Venture between CPB Contactors Dragados Samsung (CDSJV)

Project Overview: As part of the overall Westconnex project, the New M5 tunnel has been designed to alleviate congestion on the old M5 Tunnel and to connect with the recently opened M4 WestConnex tunnel.

To learn more about the broader WestConnex The New M5 project, visit the WestConnex website by clicking here

Our Role: Kenny Constructions are engaged by the Principle Contractor to construct the cross passages, long egress passages, Type F concrete traffic barriers, construction of the low-point sump and installation of structural precast concrete beams and planks. The construction of the low-point sump includes a single-sided, six-meter-high in situ walls.

WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 3, Arncliffe Sydney
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WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 3, Arncliffe Sydney

Project: WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 3, Arncliffe Sydney
Client: Sydney Motorway Corporation
Principal Contractor: Joint Venture between CPB Contactors Dragados Samsung (CDSJV)

Project Overview: The New M5 Motorway will be supported by a permanent operational facility located in Arncliffe, Sydney. CDSJV is currently undertaking the construction of the WestConnex New M5 Project and The Motorway Operations Complex 3 (MOC3) in Arncliffe is part of this overarching contract.

To learn more about the broader WestConnex The New M5 project, visit the WestConnex website by clicking here

Our Role: The Kenny Constructions' scope of work for the MOC3 concrete package includes the supply, design, installation and certification of formwork, fixing of reinforcement steel, and placement of concrete for in-situ concrete elements. The package also includes the placement of precast coffin beams, columns, slabs and walls and double walls for various complex structures. The structural elements of the project included, substation, exhaust shaft and supply shaft as well as the retaining walls surrounding the complex. The Kenny Constructions' team were heavily involved with the client during the construction methodology planning stage, to enable successful delivery of each complex structure.

WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 3, Arncliffe Sydney
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WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 2, Bexley Road.

Project: WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 2, Bexley Road.
Client: Sydney Motorway Corporation
Principal Contractor: Joint Venture between CPB Contactors Dragados Samsung (CDSJV)

Project Overview: The Bexley Motorway Operations Complex will be located within the existing M5 linear parkland, alongside Bexley Road in Sydney. The Complex will have an approximate height of 13 metres from ground level. The CDSJV is currently undertaking the design and construction of the WestConnex, New M5 in Sydney, of which the Motor Operations Complex located at Bexley Road, is part of.

To learn more about the broader WestConnex project, visit their website by clicking here

Our Role: Kenny Constructions are engaged by CDSJV to construct all concrete structure works within the Motorway Operations Complex 2, located on Bexley Road, Sydney. This includes the construction of a vent building with five levels of slabs, columns and installation of pre-cast wall panels. A substation consisting of three levels of in-situ columns, slabs and walls with pre-cast wall cladding and retaining walls and footing are also part of the Kenny Constructions scope of works.

WestConnex, The New M5 Motorway Operations Complex 2, Bexley Road.
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Cross River Rail, Brisbane

Project: Cross River Rail, Brisbane
Client: Pulse / Cross River Rail Authority
Principal Contractor: CPB Bam Ghella UGL JV

Project Overview: Cross River Rail is a new 10.2 kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, which includes 5.9 kilometres of twin tunnels under the Brisbane River and the CBD.
South East Queensland's population is rising, putting the transport network under pressure.
The current rail network is already nearing capacity and is constrained by a single river crossing and just four inner-city stations, causing the bottleneck that limits our ability to run more trains.

Our Role: Kenny Constructions have been engaged by CBGU to deliver early works packages for the enabling infrastructure setup on the Project. This consists of some site access development work such as driveways, footpaths and hoarding. Other Packages of works which are yet to commence include acoustic shed footings, slabs and capping beams. The below are conceptual images of how the project will look upon completion.

Cross River Rail, Brisbane
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