While the project is called the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal Project, the team is delivering far more than just that.
Since main construction began more than four months ago, the site is a hive of activity.
The Thornlie-Cockburn Link has called on good spirits to safeguard the wellbeing, health and safety of all its workers through a traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony.
This year will be a defining one for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link, with the 800-plus workforce continuing to grow each week as major construction starts.
After the State Government’s ‘Infrastructure Ready’ training program opened in October 2020, the first trainees are now out and about on various projects.
The first of 350,000 limestone blocks were laid just north of the future Alkimos Station to build approximately 20km of retaining walls.
Noongar cultural references are central to the overall design theme for the new Yanchep, Eglinton and Alkimos stations.
The construction team were able to hit the ground running in January after the Development Application to build the new train station at Bayswater received conditional approval by the WA Planning Commission before Christmas.
More local businesses are joining the ranks of those to benefit from the opportunities created by METRONET projects.
2021 is already off to a running start with three projects reaching an exciting milestone with major construction proponents shortlisted this month.
The Claremont Station Project will improve passengers’ experience, increase service frequency during peak times and allow direct access to the future Airport Line.
In what was a challenging year on many fronts, it was full steam ahead on METRONET projects.
A train station won’t be the only new community facility coming to Ellenbrook, with Ellenbrook Christian College set to have a new sports pavilion thanks to a partnership with the State Government.
In the eight months since major works kicked off the Yanchep Rail Extension many a milestone has been achieved.
The future station will be built seven kilometres north of Mandurah Station, with car park access off Ashwood Parkway and bus access from Lake Valley Drive.
To build vital infrastructure for METRONET projects major disruptions on the Armadale and Fremantle Lines are planned for early 2021.