The new Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport line will become the transport spine for Greater Western Sydney, connecting communities and travellers with the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport and the growing region.
Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport is a new 23km metro line across six new metro stations linking residential areas in Greater Western Sydney with job hubs including the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis, and connect travellers from the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport to the rest of Sydney’s public transport system.
Independent Certification Services
In a joint venture (JV) partnership with KBR, SYSTRA ANZ has been awarded an Independent Certification Services contract for the project. The JV will independently certify various work packages including stations, signalling, tracks, rollingstock, mechanical and electrical systems.
The JV will also deliver the following services:
- Full surveillance and design for a stabling and maintenance facility at Orchard Hills.
- Construction of the twin metro tunnels, viaducts and at grade infrastructure.
- Operation and maintenance of the line and its assets.
SYSTRA Bamser were engaged by Arup to integrate into the multi-disciplinary technical advisor team and provide constructability advice for Station Boxes and Tunnelling (SBT) scope. Drawing on extensive experience on previous Sydney Metro projects through development and delivery stages, Bamser provided valuable advice to assist in the development of the project Definition Design, supporting the Environmental Impact Statement and Final Business Case. This resulted in the development of a constructible design, robust project requirements, and high-quality Tender Documentation for issue to SBT contractors.
The city-shaping project, from St Marys through to the new Airport and Western Sydney Aerotropolis, will provide a major economic stimulus for the region. Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport will deliver a fast, safe and reliable metro to support the success of the future Western Parkland City.
Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project. By 2030, Sydney will have a network of four metro lines, 46 stations and 113km of new metro rail connecting Sydney’s northwest, west, southwest and greater west to fast, reliable turn-up-and-go services with fully accessible stations. The project will revitalise community spaces and enhance Sydney’s liveability and culture, providing better access to employment, health, and education centres as well as major sporting and entertainment precincts.