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Sydney Light Rail - George St - Sydney

Project Name Sydney Light Rail – George St – Sydney
Developer: NSW State government & ACCIONA (Public Private Partnership)
Architect: ACCIONA
Builder: ACCIONA
Project general information and awards: The CBD and South East Light Rail is a new light rail network for Sydney. The line spans 12kms from Circular Quay to Sydney’s south eastern suburbs. A tunnel underneath Moore Park and a bridge over the Eastern Distributor roadway facilitate access to Randwick, Kensington and Kingsford. Light rail redefines travel through the city, decongesting key routes through the CBD and linking up with important locations such as the sporting and entertainment facilities in Moore Park and Randwick, along with the University of NSW, TAFE and hospital precincts. The project design has increased pedestrian space through the creation of a pedestrian boulevard in the CBD and pocket parks in Surry Hills.
Awards: 2015 Project Finance International “P3 Deal of the Year”, 2015 Finance Asia Achievement awards, “Best Project Finance Deal” – Australia & New Zealand. 2015 Infrustrcuture Investor “Asia Pacific P3 Deal of the year”. 2016 Infrastructure Partnership Australia “Government Partnership Excellence Award”. See below link.
Finish / Products used: Mirror polished stainless steel handrails and LED handrails.
Project Scope: Bright Balustrading was consulted and engaged in the engineering, design, supply, fabricate and installation of the stainless steel handrails and LED lighting including electrical works such us supply and installation of transformers, wiring up, installation of powerpoints, automatic timers and all consumables.. Included integration of LED lights. Works also included demolition of the existing metalworks and rough in of the electrical works.
Project duration: 2 months
Project Value: $50,000
Project completion: 2020
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