A joint venture of Georgiou and Acciona has been awarded a contract to design and build the new Hope Island Station for the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority in Queensland.
The new Hope Island Station will provide the local community with greater access to rail services within the Gold Coast and to Brisbane. The project represents one of three new stations on Queensland’s Gold Coast being delivered as part of Cross River Rail’s New Gold Coast Stations Program.
Scope of works include: Station facilities including station buildings, customer service, ticketing gates, passenger information services and bathrooms; Station elements including elevators, stairs, plaza canopy, fencing and CCTV; Station platforms and telecommunication requirements and Park ‘n’ ride car park and associated service infrastructure.
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Construction will also include a lock-up bicycle enclosure; Public transport interfaces including a bus stop, accessible taxi rank bays; New signalised intersection upgrade at Hope Island Road and Active transport infrastructure into the existing local shared user path network.
The Acciona Georgiou Joint Venture (AGJV) is already delivering the Coomera Connector Stage One North package, located immediately adjacent to the Hope Island station.
Enabling works on the Hope Island Station project commenced mid 2023 with major construction scheduled to commence in early 2024.