New milestone for Melbourne’s Town Hall Station excavation

New milestone for Melbourne’s Town Hall Station excavation

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News//August 06, 2021

The third roadheader has broken through at Melbourne's Town Hall station, marking the completion of excavation for the first level of rail tunnels running alongside the station's platforms.

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Metro Tunnel eastern entrance at South Yarra completed five months early

Metro Tunnel eastern entrance at South Yarra completed five months early

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 15, 2021

The Melbourne Metro Tunnel's eastern entrance structure has been completed more than five months ahead of schedule.

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First Cross River Rail tunnel boring machine launched

First Cross River Rail tunnel boring machine launched

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 19, 2021

The first of two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) to work on the Cross River Rail project has been launched under the Woolloongabba site station

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The making of the metro

The making of the metro

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//September 16, 2020

Sydney Metro is the largest public transport infrastructure project in Australia. It includes four separate train lines, tunnels under Sydney Harbour and, by 2024, 31 stations.

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Tunnel Boring Machines from Sydney Metro arrive to build the Cross River Rail

Tunnel Boring Machines from Sydney Metro arrive to build the Cross River Rail

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 05, 2020

Two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) have arrived in Queensland, to be assembled and deployed to dig out the Cross River Rail tunnels.

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Melbourne Metro Tunnel roadheaders meet at future Town Hall Station

Melbourne Metro Tunnel roadheaders meet at future Town Hall Station

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 29, 2020

Deep underneath Swanston Street on the Melbourne Metro Tunnel project workers have excavated the new Town Hall Station, measuring larger than a city block and as deep as a five story building. 

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