Location

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Client

CPB for Sydney Metro

Project

Pitt Street Integrated Rail Station Development

Overview

This is the biggest urban rail project in Australian history. The Sydney Metro City & Southwest is a 30-kilometre metro rail between Chatswood and Bankstown. It will include 17 kilometres of new tunnel from Chatswood, under the Sydney harbour to Sydenham connecting seven new underground stations at Crows Nest, Victoria Cross (North Sydney), Barangaroo, Pitt Street, Martin Place, Central Station and Waterloo. A further 13 kilometres of the existing Bankstown line will be upgraded, including 11 existing stations: Sydenham, Marrickville, Dulwich Hill, Hurlstone Park, Canterbury, Campsie, Belmore, Lakemba, Wiley Park, Punchbowl and Bankstown.

Project Goals

The Pitt Street Integrated Station Development (PSISD) project will deliver a new metro station strategically located at the junction of Sydney’s southern CBD and the midtown retail precinct, a number of commercial, residential, entertainment and cultural activities within the southern Sydney CBD and Chinatown.

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blueVisions’ Role

blueVisions is assigned to deliver the project’s complete planning services through design, procurement, construction and commissioning phases including both an underground station and two over station development.

Outcomes to date

blueVisions are assisting the PSISD team to develop a fully integrated program to map the complex existing interdependency between external interface contractors and to ensure that contractual handover milestones and collaboration events will be met.