Moorebank Interstate Terminal and Rail Access Project
LTIs & LTRIF
The Moorebank Interstate Terminal Development and Rail Access project is a nationally significant infrastructure development that will transform the way containerised freight moves through Sydney and along the east coast.
The terminal is the final major infrastructure component of the Moorebank Intermodal Precinct and will be the first independent metropolitan interstate rail terminal constructed in over 30 years. When operational, the terminal will drive greater freight efficiencies between all mainland capital cities.
The scope of works included:
Optimising cost-saving opportunities through value engineering while managing the design from 60% to 100% issued for construction (IFC) stage. The delivery team worked hard in diverse design and innovative workshops and facilitating the procurement of critical vendor packages.
Construction of 19,000m2 of concrete pavements using both telebelts and boom pumps.
1.2km of cast in situ culvert construction (2.4m x 1.2m).
2 km of cast in situ class G surface drain (1.2m x .6m).
300m of 2.4m high retaining wall structure.
Bulk earthworks, utilities and drainage.
3km of fire water pipelines, hydrants and valves etc.
8.5km of high voltage, low voltage, comms cable routes, pits and cable pulling.
4.1km of Stormwater DN450 to DN1,200 and class G and D pits.
Rail Industry Safety Induction (RISI) requirements.