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Sydney Yard Access Bridge. Sydney. Australia

Sydney Metro
Building Construction Engineering ExpertiseInfrastructure Construction
$20 million
2017 - 2018

Full project details

Laing O'Rourke is delivering the Sydney Yard Access Bridge project, which was the first early and enabling works package of the NSW Government’s Sydney Metro City & Southwest project. 

Laing O’Rourke was responsible for the design and construction of a bridge for controlled heavy vehicle access for construction and operational maintenance from Regent Street into the rail corridor (Sydney Yard) at Central Station to facilitate the construction of the Sydney Metro works.

Construction of the Sydney Yard Access Bridge involved the use of sites on Regent Street alongside Mortuary Station, and within the rail corridor in Sydney Yard.

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Published materials

As part of our commitment to our client and to the surrounding community, we published environmental management plans and regular reports from the project, including the following:

Project facts

Construction activities include

Established site amenities including site offices and established temporary service connections

Installed site fencing, hoarding and scaffolding

Conducted asphalt and paving works to enable construction

Service installation, track modification and signalling works

Removed existing buildings

Bridge construction enabling works, including piling foundation works and construction of a tower crane

Bridge construction by lifting precast elements into place using the tower crane

Relocated utilities along Regent Street