The 129-year-old Armadale Line’s transformation is another step closer with contracts awarded for the METRONET Byford Rail Extension and Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal projects.
The final three tee-roff bridge beams have been installed on the new Ranford Road Bridge for the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
It’s a big change to go from shearing sheep and collecting eggs in regional Western Australia to building in Perth, but it’s one Aboriginal trainee Bevan Yates has taken on with open arms.
A cluster of rare and environmentally threatened freshwater mussels has been carefully relocated from a section of the Canning River (Djarlgarra) for protection ahead of works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
To mark National Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day at METRONET, we engaged in learning opportunities and activities to reflect on the significance of our shared histories, cultures, and achievements.
Environmental Undergraduate Yukio Chaplin is right on track to achieve his career goals after working on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project through the CareerTrackers Aboriginal internship program.
Small in size but big on impact. That’s the perfect way to describe the fauna underpasses that will soon play an important role in protecting native animals moving between the bushland areas around the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
“At nearly 50 metres long and weighing 191 tonnes each, the beams were lifted by three cranes, a 400-tonne crawler and 400 and 500-tonne all-terrains. It was like my own personal episode of Megastructures and definitely a major career highlight.”
The Railway (METRONET) Amendment Bill 2022 has been introduced to Parliament which allows works on METRONET projects along the Armadale Line, including the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal and Byford Rail Extension.
The 129-year-old Armadale Line is set to be transformed through major METRONET projects – the Byford Rail Extension, Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal, and Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
The Mandurah Line has re-opened following a successful 20-day shutdown to enable major works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
Traffic is flowing over part of the new Ranford Road Bridge being built for the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
The future is looking much brighter for Sage Lockyer and Jonathon Slater after beginning civil construction traineeships and starting work with METRONET’s Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
Work on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link is ramping up with preparations underway for the Mandurah Line shutdown.
Today’s State Budget delivered a $5.7 billion investment in 15 METRONET projects over the next four years, with $1.5 billion to be spent in 2021-22, creating and supporting thousands of local jobs.
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