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This Is How You Transform A Virtually Unusable Site Into A Viable Commercial Development
The building had to navigate two existing heritage buildings, an underground substation, two electrical easements and two double-stacked City Loop rail tunnels beneath the site.
Overcoming a Logistical Gauntlet: Space Efficiency Key to Delivering North Sydney’s Tallest Building
Considering the worksite was situated essentially boundary to boundary between Denison Street, Spring Street, and Little Spring Street, the construction of One Denison was no easy task. These narrow streets are home to other large commercial buildings, restaurants and popular parking facilities.
The First Snowy Hydro 2.0 TBM Prepares for Launch
The Lady Eileen Hudson TBM will excavate two tunnels. Firstly the main access tunnel, and then it will be relaunched underground to excavate the tailrace tunnel to the Talbingo Reservoir intake – for a total of 7.9km.
Slender Bridge Design Innovation Saves $5m in Construction Costs on the Albion Park Rail Bypass
A slender bridge design consisting of bespoke concrete deck planks with integral supports and increased plank spacing permitted a reduction in the depth of the deck for higher clearance in flood events and accommodated large-height vehicles.
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Sydney's Newest Motorway Takes Title for the Longest Road Tunnel in Australia
The New M5 section of Sydney’s WestConnex, also known as the M8 Motorway, has opened to traffic after 4 years of construction. The project included construction of a four-level interchange at St Peters which included 10 bridges, two spanning the Alexandra Canal, and the longest being 288 metres.
The “Most Iconic Structure” of the Woolgoolga to Ballina Upgrade
The $250 million, 1.5 km, four-lane bridge, which opened to traffic on 6 December 2019, is the longest and highest crossing of the 170 bridges in the Woolgoolga to Ballina section of the Pacific Highway upgrade.
‘Superfloor’ Connects 3 Buildings Together for University of Melbourne’s New Innovation Precinct
University of Melbourne's new innovation precinct, Melbourne Connect, brings to life an ultra-modern work, research and living space comprising three separate buildings connected by a single 'superfloor' to promote collaboration.