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BESIX Watpac is delivering Sydney Metro’s new Barangaroo Station in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Barangaroo Station improves access to the Walsh Bay arts and culture precinct as well as providing easy access to nearby public, residential, commercial and entertainment areas and the Barangaroo ferry hub.
BESIX Watpac will deliver the underground station platforms, full fit-out and station entrance, as well as road and public domain works including footpaths, cycling facilities, tree planting, lighting and street furniture.
BESIX Watpac has been awarded the contract to build the Barangaroo Station, one of seven new metro stations being built on the Sydney Metro City and Southwest project.
Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project. The Sydney Metro City & Southwest project includes a new 30-kilometre metro line extending from the end of the Metro North West Line at Chatswood, under Sydney Harbour, through new CBD stations and southwest to Bankstown.
Construction of the new Barangaroo Station includes:
one station entrance accessible from Hickson Road, with provision for a second station entrance to be delivered by Infrastructure NSW
public domain works including footpaths, tree planting, lighting and street furniture
new bike parking; and
new kiss and ride and taxi facilities
Click here to visit the Sydney Metro homepage for more information about the project.
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As part of its commitment to Indigenous Participation, BESIX Watpac is proud to be taking part in the DIZ Footprints program, a trainee and mentorship program for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students who are interested in gaining skills and experience in the construction industry.
Working with our delivery partners, seven students commenced the program in March 2022 and attend site each week. The program will build career pathways in the construction industry and provide them with the skills and experience they will require for any future opportunities within the industry.